One way to boost students’ scores? Help teachers conquer their math anxiety

Many elementary teachers hate teaching math, even when the concepts are simple. Some educators are working to take away the anxiety. Put simply, a lot of elementary school educators hate the prospect of teaching math, even when the concepts are beginner-level.

At the Erikson Institute, a child-development-focused graduate school in Chicago, this annual summer math conference is a chance for teachers to assuage their anxiety. Participants explore how young children learn math and strategize activities they can do in the classroom.

Maths brain teaser: ‘98% failed to solve this’ question. Can you? – Hindustan Times

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A maths-related brain teaser has left people on the hunt for the right answer. This brain teaser will require you to use your logical and maths …

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Brain Teaser: Can you solve this maths question from Singapore’s PSLE? | Trending

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The viral maths question has ignited a flurry of reactions from people. Many have tried to solve this brain teaser. | Trending.

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The key to a happy marriage could lie in maths – The Telegraph The Telegraph

When Prof David Sumpter has a problem, maths, inevitably, yields the answer. That doesn’t only apply in his role as an applied mathematics …

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Can you solve it? The school with the best A-level results in the UK – The Guardian

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It also provides professional development for maths and physics teachers in other schools. To read more about King’s Math’s School check out its …

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Why mental Maths must be included in the curriculum – The Hindu The Hindu

Being able to solve complex Maths problems quickly and accurately in your head remains important even in the age of AI. | Photo Credit: Freepik.

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Did you solve it? The school with the best A-level results in the UK – The Guardian

The Guardian

Earlier today I set you this puzzle, created by Kirsty Land, a former student of King’s Maths School, the school that topped this year’s A-level …

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Relationships key to improved maths outcomes – experts – The Educator Online

The Educator Online

Educators who prioritise relationships with students are more effective, a survey of 2500 maths students and teachers finds.

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