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Game On! Board Games Aren't Just a Reward
Peers Crucial in Shaping Boys’ Confidence in Math Skills
How social mechanisms contribute to the gender gap in math confidence.
Drawings Give Shape to Math ProblemSolving Skills
Researchers analyzed drawings made by children and adults when solving simple math problems. Their results suggest a novel method to enhance mathematical learning and instruction.
When Kids' Positive Attitude Towards Math Fades (And What To Do About It)
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?
Flashcards vs Songs: What's Best for Math Fact Fluency?
Fluently retrieving simple multiplication facts improves overall math scores but how can students best reach this fluency?
Are You Playing the Best Games for Boosting Math Skills?
Board games are already known to enhance learning and development including reading and literacy. Which ones help boost math skills?
Think you're good at math? Thank your equitable math teachers
A new study finds that high school students identify more with math if they see their math teacher treating everyone in the class this way, especially in racially diverse schools.
These Movement Exercises Predicted Young Kids' School Performance
Young children who performed well on these tasks were more likely to achieve higher scores for reading, writing and math.
Solving a Tough Problem? Kids Use the Same Brain Network as Adults
When kids face tough problems  like math  they rely on the same brain network as adults.
Not All Preschool Math Games Are Equal
Researchers explore whether number line games based on the concept of the mental number line can improve children’s number knowledge and basic arithmetic skills.
Optimizing The Classroom to Accelerate Learning
A new approach to grouping theory uses math to determine how to organize individuals to maximize learning.
How Students Determine If They're a “Math Person” or “Reading Person”
As students progress through their K12 years they become more likely to engage in comparisons to determine whether they are either a “math person” or a “reading person.”

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