Children’s interest in, and competence perceptions of, mathematics are generally quite positive as they begin school, but turn less positive during the first three years. What can parents and educators do?
After a series of failed attempts at improving students’ problem solving in the classroom, one former teacher came up with the idea of building a ‘thinking classroom’ and a research project designed to find ways to help teachers build it.
Why do physical efforts feel “easy” to some and exhausting to others? It may come down to the brain chemical dopamine (and why that matters).
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