Thursday, November 14, 2013
Can Everyone Learn Math?
'Is it True That Some People Just Can't do Math?'
Daniel T. Willingham is a psychologist at the University of Virginia. In this editorial, Willingham uses science to prove that all students are fully capable of learning K-12 mathematics.
'The Stereotypes About Math That Hold Americans Back'
Jo Boaler is a passionate professor at Stanford's Graduate School of Education. In this article, she clarifies how the math common core standards can improve students' confidence in the math classroom.
'The Biggest Lie Students Tell Me (and How to Turn It Around)'
José Vilson is an incredibly genuine writer who currently works as a math teacher and coach. José offers four key strategies that teachers can use when students claim that they can't complete a task.