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  • Mackenzie Epps

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    February 6, 2022 at 6:08 pm

    “Good” at Math: Will be engaged with almost any lesson format, seem to “get it” after a few examples, self-motivated to complete all work

    “Bad” at Math: Typically missing some foundational math skills, have experienced feeling defeated repeatedly even after giving effort, typically do not have math support at home

    Both: Want to know how what they are learning will connect to their real lives, want a feeling of success, can experience “math anxiety” due to grades and the right vs. wrong nature of math class