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  • Erin Beaver

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    June 3, 2022 at 5:27 pm

    Good at math: Confident, willing to take risks, see failure as a chance to learn and grow, see relationships and make connections

    Poor at math: Not willing to think, consumer vs. producer, low confidence, wants step-by-step instructions, is concerned with what the right answer is and not as much with the process

    Commonalities (at least for my students): learning the same standards since Kinder, have been told the importance of math facts with emphasis on memorization, have experienced “I do, We do, You do” framework, have had good and bad experiences with math