All posts tagged growth mindset

bravery in education

Bravery in Education: Yours and Theirs

Work toward becoming an example of bravery in education to encourage students to try new things, embrace failure, and ask meaningful questions. The role of teachers is not that of parents and […]

gender gap

Simple Ways to Close the Gender Gap in Education

There are lots of stereotypes about the ways boys and girls learn, and this perceived gender gap can have major implications for education. The once prevalent belief that boys are […]

effective feedback

More than Red Xs

Giving effective feedback that helps students instead of discouraging them requires planning and very intentional strokes with that red pen. As teachers, a lot of our time is spent grading […]


Amazon’s “With Math I Can” Initiative

Teach students to love math using With Math I Can Math has a bad reputation that can be seen within popular culture and classrooms alike. With a quick search online, you can […]

Promoting Math for Girls in STEM

As teachers we want to see all of our students succeed, but we often don’t know how to re-engage girls in STEM once their initial interest and curiosity are lost. […]

Math Anxiety

5 Ways to Help Your Students Overcome Math Anxiety

Help your students overcome their math anxiety and prove that everyone can do math! For many students, math anxiety is a very real and crippling thing. Some students are convinced […]

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