Lisa Lunney Borden

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Research Publications

Publications

    Lunney Borden, L., Wagner, D., and Johnson, N. (in press) In Nicol, C. (Ed) Living Culturally Responsive Mathematics Curriculum and Pedagogy: Making a Difference with/in Indigenous Communities

    Wagner, D. & Lunney Borden, L. (in press). Common sense and necessity in (ethno)mathematics. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education

    Lunney Borden, L. and Wagner, D. (in press). Qualities of Respectful Positioning and their Connections to Quality Mathematics. In Atweh, B., Graven, M., Secada, W., and Valero, P. (Eds). Quality and Equity Agendas in Mathematics Education.

    Wagner, D. & Lunney Borden, L. (in press). Aiming for equity in mathematics education research in a marginalized community: A perspective from Canada. In Choppin, J., Herbel-Eisenmann, B., Pimm, D. & Wagner, D. (eds.) Discourse and equity: International perspectives on mathematics teaching.

    Wagner, D. & Lunney, L. (in press). ‘Conceptualizing successful mathematics education for Aboriginal students: The case of Waycobah First Nation Secondary School’. In Zevenbergen, R. & Askew, M. (Eds.) Successful teaching mathematics in challenging schools: International perspectives.

    Sterenberg, G; Barrett, L.; Blood, N; Glanfield, F; Lunney Borden, L.; McDonnell, T; Nicol, C.; Russell, C. and Weston, H. (forthcoming). To become wise to the world around us: Multiple perspectives of relating Indigenous knowledges and mathematics education. Delta K

Refereed Presentations

    Lunney Borden, L. (2009). The “Verbification” of Mathematics. Proceedings of the 33rd Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics, Thessaloniki, Greece.

    Wagner, D., Johnson, N., and Lunney Borden, L. (2009). Show me your math: Inviting community knowledge of mathematics. Dreamcatching Conference, Winnipeg, MB, May 2009

    Lunney Borden, L. (2009). Transforming Mathematics Education for Mi’kmaq Students through Mawikinutimatimk. (A poster presentation) Life long learning – from youth to elder: Conference on Aboriginal education. Atlantic Policy Congress Of First Nation Chiefs Secretariat, Fredericton, New Brunswick.

    Lunney Borden, L. and Wagner, D. (2009). Show me your math - Inviting community knowledge into the mathematics classroom. Life long learning – from youth to elder: Conference on Aboriginal education. Atlantic Policy Congress Of First Nation Chiefs Secretariat, Fredericton, New Brunswick.

    Nicol, C., Andrew-Ihrke, D., Archibald, J., Brown, L., Burton, D., Cajete, G., Commodore, J., Dawson, A., Kelleher, H., Lipka, J., Nielsen, W., Owuor, J., Rigney, L., Wagner, D., & Yanez, E. (2008). Creating sustainable change: Alternative perspectives on culturally responsive approaches to mathematics teaching and learning with/in Indigenous communities. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, New York, March 2008.

    Lunney Borden, L. and Wagner, D. 'Show me your math': inviting children to do ethnomathematics. Proceedings of the 29th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Lake Tahoe, USA, October 2007.

    Lunney Borden, L. and Wagner, D. (2007). “After this research”: Questioning authority when non-Aboriginal people do research in Aboriginal communities. presentation at The 24th Annual Qualitative Analysis Conference, St. Thomas University and the University of New Brunswick, May 2007

    Lunney Borden, L. and Wagner, D. (2006). Mawikinutimatimk: Creating space for Indigenous mathematical knowledge. Proceedings of the 28th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Merida, Mexico, November 2006.

    Wagner, D. and Lunney Borden, L. (2006). Common sense: Necessity and intention in ethnomathematics. Proceedings of the 28th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Merida, Mexico, November 2006.

    Lunney Borden, L. and Wagner, D. (2006) Ethnomathematics and audience. Proceedings of the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group Conference, Calgary, Canada, June 2006

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