This article focuses on how SEL qualities such as persistence and growth mindset contribute to a new way of thinking about learning in Math, especially for those who traditionally see themselves as "not good at Math."Source:
Roger Riddell, Education DIVE, November 21, 2017Description:
"The district has worked to rethink the questions of what it means to be "good at math," allowing more flexible approaches to student problem-solving and creating tasks that require time and collaboration as opposed to relying on the old approach of an answer-based classroom."Read the full article here!