Author: Rachel Lambert
I am a faculty member at the University of California Santa Barbara, and a former teacher. My interests are at the intersections of mathematics education, disability studies in education, and social justice.
13 thoughts on math teaching and intervention as we enter the 2021 school year
Research Breakdown: What is different in math research for students with and without disabilities; an article that took 8 years to get published!
Research Breakdown: Teaching Math to SwD during Emergency Remote Teaching
Research Breakdown: My article on how disability in mathematics is political, relational, emotional and complexly embodied (Lambert, 2019)
Intervention in Participation
Getting real about the challenges of differentiation
Rehumanizing mathematics for students with disabilities- a special issue on critical perspectives on disability and mathematics
Research Breakdown: “Indefensible, Illogical, and Unsupported”; Countering Deficit Mythologies about the Potential of Students with Learning Disabilities in Mathematics
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