Hunter, J. G., & Stinson, D. W. (2019). A Mathematics Classroom of Caring among a Black Male Teacher and Black Male Students. Curriculum & Teaching Dialogue, 21(1/2), (Sp)21-(Sp)34.
This article summarizes a qualitative study that explored the influence a “successful” Black male mathematics teacher had on Black male high school students’ perceptions of teacher care. Framed by care theory, critical race theory, and culturally relevant pedagogy, ethnographic methods were used during data collection. Data analysis identified six overarching themes that the participants used to describe teacher care: (a) motivation, (b) culture, (c)confidence, (d) discipline, (e) concern for futures, and (f) environment.
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