Looking Back, Looking Ahead
We’ve talked about how we evolved our math identities, ways to support our students and teachers, and new thinking on the importance of belonging.
Since for many of us—teachers, administrators, school staff, and parents—we’re wrapping up our (school) year, we thought now would be a good time to take stock—and look ahead.
- Why Many Students with A’s in Math Don’t Major in It (column)
- Establishing an Explanatory Model for Mathematics Identity (empirical article)
- How a Calculator Watch Changed my Life (Dana Center Blog)
- Developing a Math Identity (Dana Center Blog)
- Are We All “Math People?” (Dana Center Blog)
- Lecture Instruction: Alive and Not So Well (article)
- Integrating Student Supports and Academics (resource)
- The Next Generation of Science Education Means More Doing (column)
- Fewer Students Have to Take College Remedial Math, Data Show (opinion)
- Calculus is the Peak of High School Math. Maybe It’s Time to Change That (article)
- The Case for Mathematics Pathways (brief)
- Memorization Versus Understanding (Dana Center Blog)
- Mathematics Pathways Stories (Dana Center Blog)
- Supporting Student Transitions in Higher Education (Dana Center Blog)
- In Schools, Teacher Quality Matters Most (article and podcast)
- Psst! When Teachers Get Useful, Timely Data, They Use It (column)
- How Can States Better Support and Keep New Teachers (Q&A)
- Seeing My Teaching Philosophy in a New Light (Dana Center Blog)
- Why I Teach (Dana Center Blog)
- Hitting Reset on Professional Development (Dana Center Blog)
- Common Solutions to Common Challenges (Dana Center Blog)
- The Need for Belonging in Math and Science (article)
- On Belonging: What is behind our psychological need to belong? (blog)
- Students’ Sense of Belonging: What the Research Says (article)
- Belonging Matters (Dana Center Blog)
What strikes a chord? What are you thinking about? What do you want to hear more about next?
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