In this uplifting article by Jo Boaler, she shows us some recent research on neuroplasticity. This could be the one that helps to revolutionize your classroom. You believe in your students, but do your students believe in themselves? I would use this article as a discussion piece in a high school classroom.
This video shows an intriguing method of learning math concepts through language. Could getting down the basics be easier than we think? I have used these methods for elementary learners, but you could use it for any age group as it pertains mostly to fractions.
In this 17-page research paper, Jo Boaler comes to some astounding conclusions about visual mathematics and learning. She gives us a look at some exciting new brain science. I think that this paper is especially interesting because of its implications on all of math teaching. This research is new, and groundbreaking for us as teachers. Check it out!
Jo Boaler offers the teaching community some sound evidence on why we must believe in our students and believe in ourselves. Her scientific approach has led her to some amazing discoveries that are changing the game in mathematics. A must-watch!