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  • Michele Gagnier

    Member
    March 6, 2022 at 10:37 am

    1. Good at math: positive experience, positive thinking, open mindset, had and felt what success is and looks like.

    2. Poor at math: negative experience, anxiety towards math, poor self-esteem, feeling like math is beyond their reach.

    3. Common amongst both groups: need to learn math in school, both would like to succeed, both need to feel valued and good at math.