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Math Instructional Philosophy
1. Everyone can learn math to the highest levels. Believe in yourself and work hard.
There is no such thing as a “math person.”
2. Mistakes are valuable and necessary. Mistakes grow your brain. It is good to struggle.
Let yourself and others feel safe making mistakes, and we will all learn more together.
3. Math is about connections and communication. Represent math in different forms and
4. Math is about creativity and sense-making. Create visual solution paths that others can
see, discuss, and critique.
5. Depth is more important than speed. Be curious and ask questions.
6. Math is about learning - not performing. Be curious and have fun! See where the
problem takes you.