Primarily Math News - December 2012

  Chinese schoolchildren during lessons at a classroom in Hefei, east China's Anhui province, in 2010. STR/AFP/Getty Images
Chinese schoolchildren during lessons at a classroom in Hefei, east China's Anhui province, in 2010. STR/AFP/Getty Images

Student learning in the U.S.: How much do we let our students struggle?

NPR recently ran a story featuring the research of a UCLA psychology professor who studies teaching and learning around the world and finds differences in the way American classrooms and Eastern classrooms approach the experience of intellectual struggle. Continue reading…

PMC3 LPS raises money for CSMCE

PMC3 LPSThe LPS cohort 3 of Primarily Math started a collection among themselves during Math 802P in the summer of 2012 and raised $1,600 so that other teachers can have this same opportunity to take graduate courses with free or reduced tuition and fees. Continue reading…

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