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Instructional Practice Guide for Equitable Teaching & Learning

To support educators and systems in advancing educational equity in mathematics, the DPI’s Literacy and Mathematics Team collaborated with Wisconsin educators to offer the Instructional Practice Guide for Equitable Teaching and Learning in Mathematics at K - 2, 3 - 5, 6 - 8, and 9 - 12.

Advancing educational equity requires intentionally building a system that meets the needs of all learners. This guide was created on the foundation that every learner is entitled to high quality instruction and supports, including those who have not yet met grade level standards and those who would benefit from additional challenge. The practice guides focus on practices for universal instruction, as it is the first and most impactful way to ensure mastery of educational standards for every learner.

Instructional Practice Guide for Equitable Teaching and Learning in Mathematics

Diverse Children (Illustrated)

Each document includes an introduction, bibliography, glossary, and list of contributing educators.

Access the Instructional Practice Guide for Equitable Teaching and Learning in Mathematics as a single document to view each grade band side-by-side to note differences.