Open Access Honors Program Thesis
Catherine Miller, Honors Thesis Advisor
Jessica Moon, Director, University Honors Program
An extensive literature review was conducted to analyze how a secondary mathematics teacher can best support female and LGBTQ students. While extensive research has been conducted about the gender gap in STEM, concerning female students, little research has been done that includes LGBTQ students. While female students have made great improvements in mathematics participation and achievement, there is still work to be done. LGBTQ students face similar difficulties as female students but have not received the same attention and research as female students. This research indicates there are more things teachers should be doing to support students who have been historically marginalized in mathematics.
Year of Submission
Department of Mathematics
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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©2020 Alexa DeVore
DeVore, Alexa, "How to create a radically inclusive math classroom with regards to gender and sexual orientation" (2020). Honors Program Theses. 427.