Jun. 16, 2020 • Renae Abboud, Jay Goyal
When your students practice math skills and concepts independently, how can you ensure they experience what neuroscientists term “productive struggle”? Productive struggle in learning builds understanding and hope, makes goals feel attainable, helps effort seem worthwhile, leads to students feeling empowered, and yields results. Destructive struggle, meanwhile, builds frustration, makes learning goals feel blurred, feels fruitless, creates a sense of inadequacy, and leaves students feeling isolated. At Achieve3000, we’re committed to supporting student learning in mathematics through advanced tech that individualizes productive struggle, and we want to share with you how your students can benefit. Join us for this webinar to learn how you can transform student math practice into an opportunity for accelerating math standards mastery.