Math
Resources For You
(check often for new resources)
Jan 2019: How Can a Smart Kid Be So Bad at Math?
Nov 2018: Video: Incorporating Movement Into Math Class
Sep 2018: UK Study Finds Children with Maths Difficulties (SLDM/dyscalculia) far Less Likely to Receive an Official Diagnosis Than their Peers with Dyslexia
Aug 2018: Math with Good Posture can Mean Better Scores, Study Suggests
Jul 2018: The Scent of Coffee Appears to Boost Math Performance
May 2018: Changing Students' Attitudes to Mathematics Improves Test Scores
Mar 2018: Children with Higher Working Memory are More Inclined to Finger Count (and Less Able Kids should be Encouraged to do the Same)
Mar 2018: Early Numeracy Performance of Young Kids Linked to Specific Math Activities at Home
Nov 2017: Engaging Children in Math at Home Equals a Boost in More than Just Math Skills
Oct 2017: How US Kids’ Problems with Fractions Reveal the Fascinating Link Between Language and Maths
Sep 2017: Math is Forever
Sep 2017: The Bilingual Brain Calculates Differently Depending on the Language Used
Sep 2017: Students' Self-Concepts of Ability in Math, Reading Predict Later Math, Reading Attainment
Aug 2017: Math Teachers are Hip
What is it Like to Learn Math in a Different Language?
John Coltrane Draws a Picture Illustrating the Mathematics of Music
Math Learned Best when Children Move
Talks for People who Hated Math in High School
A Mathematician has Created a Teaching Method that’s Proving there’s No Such Thing as a Bad Math Student
The Times Tables Songs
Children's Early Math Knowledge Related to Later Achievement
Gender Gaps in Math Persist, with Teachers Underrating Girls' Math Skills
Why Kids Should Keep Using Their Fingers to do Math
Finger tracing can lift student performance in math
Teachers More Likely to Use Ineffective Instruction When Teaching Students With Mathematics Difficulties
Interactive Teaching Methods Help Students Master Tricky Calculus
Math Maps
(fabulous resource for making math fun using Google Maps, thus incorporating a sense of real-life and meaning to the math)
New Kinds of Maths Skills Needed in the Future - and new educational practices
Spatial, Written Language Skills Predict Math Competence
Child's Counting Comprehension May Depend On Objects Counted, Study Shows
How Do You Spark a Love of Math in Kids?
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Brain Research and Instruction
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