Honors/standard/fundamentals (the levels of math offered at my school… we are trying to reimagine this)

Portfolios

Assessment

Communication

Identity

Disability

Gender

Art

Geometry of clothing/fashion

crocheting/knitting

Clay

3D printing

Technology

Journaling/Reflections

Productive struggle

Math literacy

Games

Questions

Why do we teach proof in geometry to ensure all students have access to and understanding of proof?

How can we foster an environment of collaboration and curiosity in mathematics?

How can we use proofs to teach students literacy skills in mathematics?

How can we use proofs to help teach students how to productively struggle?

What does a healthy mathematics community look like and how can we use community to heal math trauma and foster resilience in problem solving?

How do we decenter white male mathematicians in teaching geometry?

How can we use portfolios in mathematics to assess student growth and help students to see their own growth?

How can we disrupt students’ internal narratives of fixed mathematics ability?

How can geometry be used to help students rediscover the power of play and creativity in problem solving?

How can teaching proofs be used to improve mathematical communication between students?

How can we use technology tools in teaching geometry and proof?

How can we incorporate art in teaching geometry? (Needs to be more focused)

How can we use journals in mathematics to help students understand themselves as mathematicians, and their mathematical process?

How can mathematics be used to help students explore and understand identity and their place in the world?

How can we use games to foster creativity and collaboration in mathematics?

How can we reimagine the divide of students between varying levels of math courses?

Possible project ideas

Workbook of selected proofs/puzzles that build on each other

Outline/Example of a portfolio based assessment system

Website/blog: Community Mathematics —> daily/weekly puzzles

Series of collaborative puzzles?

Unit/Lesson Plans

Something else??????

Design a project for students to do

Chosen Research Question (As it stands right now): What does a healthy mathematics community look like and how can we use community to heal math trauma and foster resilience and curiosity?