Marian Dingle

K-12 Teacher

DeKalb County School District

Marian Dingle is a professional classroom educator of twenty-two years, specializing in culturally responsive teaching and mathematics. As a Heinemann Fellow, she began researching the ways in which positive cultural identity affects student confidence, efficacy, and academic performance. Through intense study and collaboration, she has led schools in evaluating their practices to better serve racialized students. She designs, leads and facilitates professional development for educators and district leaders specific to their needs.

She leads policy change through her varied affiliations. She has been a member of Building Leadership Teams, led grade level teams, serves on her district and state mathematics advisory committees, is on the executive committee of the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics, as well as several committees of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Additionally, she serves on the EF+Math Educator Leadership Council and the Teaching Tolerance Advisory Board. These perspectives have enabled her to guide and structure organizational change.

Marian speaks nationally about culturally responsive teaching and provides professional development to schools and organizations. She has written for the NCTM journal, Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12, the Global Math Department, and EdWeek, and has been featured on podcasts including Teaching Hard History and Pushing the Edge.



The Future of Math Teacher Professional Learning is a free two-day virtual conference open to all. Attendees are welcome to attend one or both days. We hope to see you there!

Attendees will receive a calendar invite with a link to the conference a few days before the event.

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