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Fixed vs. Growth Mindsets–And How They Impact Student Performance (Excerpt from Mathematical Mindsets)

DR. JO BOALER is a professor of mathematics education at Stanford University. The author of seven books and numerous research articles, she serves as an advisor to several Silicon Valley companies and is a White House presenter on girls and STEM. … Read more.

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Partnering with Common Core for New York Math Editions

General feelings about the Common Core Standards are mixed (to put it mildly), but love or hate the standards as you may, all but 5 states have adopted them. The New York State Education Department is making a major effort … Read more.

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The Key to Teaching Math & Science? PHONICS!

The following guest post was written by Dolores Hiskes, author of the bestselling book, Phonics Pathways: Clear Steps to Easy Reading and Perfect Spelling. For more information see www.dorbooks.com and www.dorbooks.com/phonicsblog. Dolores Hiskes reveals the surprising connection between reading, math, and science. Fewer … Read more.

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Sneak Peek of Teaching the Common Core Math Standards by Judith, Gary, and Erin Muschla

The new Common Core State Standards for Mathematics have been formulated to provide students with instruction that will help them acquire a thorough knowledge of math at their grade level, which will in turn enable them to move on to … Read more.

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