Research Articles

Boaler, J., Conte, K., Cor, K., Dieckmann, J. A., LaMar, T., Ramirez, J., & Selbach-Allen, M. (2024). Studying the Opportunities Provided by an Applied High School Mathematics Course: Explorations in […]

Anyone Can Learn to High Levels

Many people think that some students can work to high levels and some cannot because of the brains they are born with, but this idea has been resoundingly disproved. Study […]

Aligning Assessment to Brain Science

Introduction The complex ways that children understand mathematics is fascinating to me. Students ask questions, see ideas, draw representations, connect methods, justify, and reason in all sorts of different ways. […]

Visual Math Improves Performance

Mathematics educators have long known that engaging students in visual representations of mathematics is extremely helpful for their learning. When youcubed offered “How Close to 100” as an activity for […]

Mindset Mathematics Summer Camps

Youcubed pioneered a mindset mathematics teaching approach which was first developed and studied in a camp we hosted at Stanford in the summer of 2015. Below you can learn more […]

Fluency Without Fear

Download PDF Fluency Without Fear: Research Evidence on the Best Ways to Learn Math Facts By Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, co-founder youcubed With the help of Cathy Williams, […]