The students who attended youcubed summer camp describe the power of mindset math in their own words!
Mathematics is a subject that should be highlighting depth of thinking and relationships at all times. In a visit to […]
In this Oxford TEDx talk, Jo Boaler explains why mathematics is so traumatic for many people and shows a different way that […]
This teaches the pedagogical strategy called ‘Number Talks’ with some interesting different methods shared by Stanford students. The full online […]
This short tour shows the connected nature of math highlighting number sense, geometry, and algebra, under the big idea of […]
Professor Jo Boaler works with secondary school students in the inQbate at the University of Sussex using Inquiry Based Learning […]
A video made especially for parents and teachers on why we need the common core. It shows some great data […]
There is a math crisis in America. By middle school, two-thirds of our students will fall behind grade level in […]
Dear youcubians, I wanted to share with you the past 4 weeks of our summer math camp with students from […]
In this five minute excerpt from a BBC Radio interview, Jo discusses growth mindsets for math at the youcubed Summer […]
As part of the BBC series “Mind Changers,” Claudia Hammond examines the work of the people who have changed our […]
Hear Jo on the public radio program “Forum” discussing her book, “Mathematical Mindsets,” and new tools and techniques that make […]
Here is the complete video of Jo’s TEDx Stanford talk on how you can be good at math and other […]
A 3 minute illustration of the concept of number sense by Professor Jo Boaler, available in English and Spanish versions.
Interview with Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, Stanford University. SCOPE Brown Bag Speaker 2012-13.
This is a short (5 minute) clip showing new brain evidence that all students can learn math to high levels.
A secondary school in Cambridge, UK. Students, grouped heterogeneously, reflect on working in groups with their teacher.
A secondary school in Cambridge, UK. Students, grouped heterogeneously, work on NRICH cogs task in groups.