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Short Impact Papers
The Evidence from Neuroscience that Should Change our Teaching, an article by Jo Boaler published by the American Mathematical Society
This paper by Jo Boaler and David Foster reviews an intervention in which student learning of mathematics increased dramatically.
An article by Jo Boaler, Tanya LaMar and Cathy Williams published by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
A short paper by Jo Boaler and Steven Levitt
A paper by Jo Boaler on the youcubed summer camp, published by NCTM in “Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School”
A presentation by Jo Boaler at The White House with recommendations for encouraging female participation in STEM fields.
A Longitudinal Study of Contrasting School Mathematics Approaches and Their Impact on Adults’ Lives
In this first paper of a collection, Jo Boaler describes the teaching intervention that became our summer school algebra class
A promising experiment with Motion Math
A paper by Jo with some important ideas about mathematics messages and the opening of tasks.
This short paper summarizes five research findings that address the myth that only some students can do well in math.
How a detracked mathematics approach promoted respect, responsibility, and high achievement.
A new method of assessment promises to offer students a changed relationship with their learning.