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A Mind for Numbers by Barbara Oakley

A Mind for Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science (Even If You Flunked…



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Does MOVEMENT Help LEARNING?

In the exaggerated stereotype of an obsessively traditional classroom, students sit perfectly silent and perfectly…



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“If I Want My Students to Learn Math, Should I...

We all agree, I suspect, that students should learn math. And reading. They should learn…



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Concrete + Abstract = Math Learning

Should math instruction focus on concrete examples (frog puppets and oranges) or abstract representations (numbers and equations)? This research suggests: a careful balance of both. Continue reading



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When Parents Teach Reading, Do They Also Promote Math Skills?

New research from England gives parents insight into the relationship between learning to read and learning to count. Continue reading



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Website of the Day…

You’d like to understand probability and statistics more richly? Perhaps you’d like to visualize some…



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Research Morsel: Gender Differences in Math (Again)

The journal Intelligence recently published an interesting study [1]¬†analyzing gender differences in cognitive abilities in…



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