…prompt educators to abandon the traditional fixed ideas of the brain and learning that currently fill schools—ideas that children are smart or dumb, quick or slow. If brains can change in three weeks, imagine what can happen in a year of math class if students are given the right math materials and they receive positive messages about their potential and ability.Jo Boaler
Mathematical Mindsets Jo Boaler
Practical strategies and activities to help teachers and parents show all children, even those who are convinced that they are bad at math, that they can enjoy and succeed in math.
Mathematical Mindset teaching guides are designed to help teachers create or strengthen a growth mindset culture. This guide contains five Mathematical Mindset Practices along with links to teaching videos.
Numeracy Progressions and Mindset
Fixed vs Growth Mindset Video
Jo Boaler explains the effects mindset has on math learning