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In this webinar, Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education at Stanford University, will share the latest neuroscience findings that explain why brain connections are so important in learning.
She’ll explore ways to encourage these connections in students and she’ll provide strategies that you can immediately put to work in your classroom. Jo will demonstrate these methods by sharing classroom video from her own teaching of 6th and 7th graders.
You’ll learn strategies to encourage your students’ brain connections by:
Re-designing math activities
Adapting your conversation with students
Teaching open, creative mathematics
This webinar, intended for math educators of any grade level (K-16), will give you a glimpse into Jo Boaler’s Stanford University Mathematical Mindsets course.
How to Teach Mindset Mathematics? Pre-register to Jo Boaler’s upcoming online course detailing how to teach mindset mathematics. The course includes over 30 classroom videos, it is completely self-paced and can be taken anytime. The cost is $99 per person but discounts are offered for groups.