Research shows a strong connection between students’ attitude toward math, their math achievement, and their potential for future success. Yet nearly half of our K–12 students believe they’re not good at math, and NAEP shows that the majority of students struggle with math proficiency.
So, how can we get all learners on the path to math success? Watch this research-based webinar for practical tips for changing students’ mindsets—and for helping them achieve math proficiency milestones at each phase of their schooling. You’ll also explore:
- The critical role of foundational math skills in students’ success
- Proven strategies for sustaining positive math mindsets and motivation
- Ways to effectively scaffold math practice in elementary, middle, and high school
- The surprising impact of teacher mindset on students’ math achievement
Jan Bryan , EdD, is Vice President and National Education Officer at Renaissance. A former classroom teacher, she presents regularly on assessment, literacy development, and mathematics.