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Mar 10 2022

Learning about Everyday Math from Latine Families of Young Children

EPSY Department Speaker Series

March 10, 2022

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM


Online via Zoom

The lack of socio-cultural, racial, and linguistic diversity in foundational developmental research has led to biased perspectives of what constitutes normative developmental and supportive learning experiences. This bias has engendered deficit and monolithic views about families and children from culturally, racially and linguistically minoritized communities. Using our collective work on family math across Latine/x communities, we will discuss how researchers might be able draw from cultural heritage knowledge and practices to uncover families' and children's strengths.

Part of the EPSY Department Lecture Series. Check out the other events in this series:

April 7, 2022; 12:30–1:30 p.m.
Sociopolitical Development and Sociocultural Factors of Black Youth
Dr. Elan Hope and Alexis Briggs


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Ting Dai

Date posted

Jan 13, 2022

Date updated

Mar 8, 2022


Paola Montufar | Doctoral student in Developmental Psychology | New York University

Jessica Huancacuri | Doctoral student in Developmental Psychology | New York University