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  • Iris Windom

    July 8, 2020 at 5:42 pm

    I would recommend that you read Jo Boaler, “Mathematical Mindset.” She has some wonderful insights into helping kids break out of the fixed, “I’m bad at math” mindset. Her website,, has some great videos and activities that encourage students to accept their math-mindedness. You might also consider incorporating number talks as part of your lessons.

    I hope this helps.