George Lucas Educational Foundation

Kwame Sarfo-Mensah

Middle School Math Teacher

I have taught middle school mathematics for nine years in Philadelphia and Boston. I am a proud graduate of Temple University with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and a master’s degree in elementary education. I am the founder of Identity Talk Consulting, LLC, an independent educational consulting firm that provides professional development and consulting services to educators globally. I’m also the author of Shaping the Teacher Identity: 8 Lessons That Will Help Define the Teacher in You, a self-help book for teachers looking to define their roles as agents of change in the classroom. My areas of interest include new teacher development and culturally responsive pedagogy.

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  • Family Engagement

    How Teachers Can Extend Their Influence Beyond the Classroom

    Choosing to get more involved in their community and beyond can pay dividends for educators and their students.
  • Teacher Development

    How Teachers Can Make the Most of Their Unique Talents

    Teachers can be more effective by uncovering and tapping into their individual combination of skills and interests.
  • Teacher Development

    5 Ways to Obtain PDPs During the Pandemic

    Virtual conferences and webinars still go on, and there are other ways educators can get professional development points while working from home.
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Bringing a Culturally Responsive Lens to Math Class

    A middle school math project gives students a chance to apply the skills they learn in class to an issue they care about.
  • Differentiated Instruction

    3 Fun Activities for Strengthening Numeracy Skills

    These activities give middle and high school students a chance to play with numbers—and learn at the same time.

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