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She is author of 18 books, numerous articles and a White House presenter on women and girls. Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics. 36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings.### PAINTED CUBE

Painted Cube. Students build and draw three-dimensional cubes made up of small unit cubes. Student study patterns by analyzing the number of### sides painted

DATA SCIENCE ONLINE COURSE LESSONS Data Science Online Course Lessons. Lessons from “21st Century Teaching and Learning.” Grade ranges suggested, but with creativity, they can be used in any grade!### CRACKERS - YOUCUBED

Introduction by Cathy Williams Maybe some of you recall from childhood, discovering a set of 6 little cardboard cards filled with numbers that came as a prize in a Cracker Jack Box? I clearly remember the day I got this prize. I was fascinated that it always worked, playing it over and over again with MISTAKES - YOUCUBEDCLICK TO VIEW Mistakes. WIM 1 Day 5 Video. Download Attachment. About CROSSING A RECTANGLE (3-5) Crossing a Rectangle (3-5) This activity provides an integrated opportunity for students to visually explore and create pathways on a grid. Students use their creativity and the activity’s design constraints when making the different pathways. They work together to share different counting strategies to find the lengths of their### pathways and

MINDSET MESSAGE VIDEO To the Teacher Mindset messages and knowledge of brain science research are powerful topics for students to learn about and understand. These messages, combined with meaningful and challenging### mathematics

“AND I’M A MATHEMATICIAN” POSTER munities they are a part of, things they enjoy, and ways they describe themselves. Each of the posters will say, “I am” and also, “and I’m a Mathematician.” YOUCUBED - INSPIRE ALL STUDENTS WITH OPEN, CREATIVEWEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATHFOR EDUCATORSTASKSMINDSET BOOSTING VIDEOSIDEAS &### IMPACTFILMS

She is author of 18 books, numerous articles and a White House presenter on women and girls. Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics. 36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings.### PAINTED CUBE

Painted Cube. Students build and draw three-dimensional cubes made up of small unit cubes. Student study patterns by analyzing the number of### sides painted

DATA SCIENCE ONLINE COURSE LESSONS Data Science Online Course Lessons. Lessons from “21st Century Teaching and Learning.” Grade ranges suggested, but with creativity, they can be used in any grade!### CRACKERS - YOUCUBED

Introduction by Cathy Williams Maybe some of you recall from childhood, discovering a set of 6 little cardboard cards filled with numbers that came as a prize in a Cracker Jack Box? I clearly remember the day I got this prize. I was fascinated that it always worked, playing it over and over again with MISTAKES - YOUCUBEDCLICK TO VIEW Mistakes. WIM 1 Day 5 Video. Download Attachment. About CROSSING A RECTANGLE (3-5) Crossing a Rectangle (3-5) This activity provides an integrated opportunity for students to visually explore and create pathways on a grid. Students use their creativity and the activity’s design constraints when making the different pathways. They work together to share different counting strategies to find the lengths of their### pathways and

MINDSET MESSAGE VIDEO To the Teacher Mindset messages and knowledge of brain science research are powerful topics for students to learn about and understand. These messages, combined with meaningful and challenging### mathematics

“AND I’M A MATHEMATICIAN” POSTER munities they are a part of, things they enjoy, and ways they describe themselves. Each of the posters will say, “I am” and also, “and I’m a Mathematician.”### TASKS ARCHIVE

Data, Probability + Statistics. Data Science. 36 Fences DATA SCIENCE ONLINE COURSE LESSONS Data Science Online Course Lessons. Lessons from “21st Century Teaching and Learning.” Grade ranges suggested, but with creativity, they can be used in any grade!### PAINTED CUBE

Painted Cube. Students build and draw three-dimensional cubes made up of small unit cubes. Student study patterns by analyzing the number of### sides painted

FLUENCY WITHOUT FEAR Fluency Without Fear: Research Evidence on the Best Ways to Learn Math Facts. By Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, co-founder youcubed. With the help of Cathy Williams, co-founder youcubed & Amanda Confer, Stanford University. Updated January 28th, 2015. WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE GREAT AT MATHS? 1. Mathematical thinking is not about speed Maryam Mirzakhani, a Stanford mathematician, was the ﬁ rst woman in the world to win the### Fields Medal, the

FLEXIBLE NUMBER TRAINS (1-2) Flexible Number Trains (1-2) In this activity we focus on numbers that can be created by repeated addition, summing the same number again and again to achieve the result. In this activity students build flexible number trains out of Cuisenaire rods which promotes embodied cognition because of the movement of rods while the different ways of### FOUR 4S (3-4)

Four 4s (3-4) Introduction (by Jo Boaler): This is one of my favorite inquiry tasks that helps to set norms on the first day of the year. The timing for the lesson is given after my description of the tasks. Choose a mindset video with important brain and mindset evidence that will encourage students in maths.### SORTING - YOUCUBED

Sorting Shapes 20 min Introduce sorting shapes to students. • Show students the shapes. What do they notice about the shapes? What is the same and different about the shapes? DOT CARD AND NUMBER TALKS Introduction: Dot card and number talks are really nice number sense activities for people of all ages to enjoy. It is a short but powerful learning activity that shows students:### ESTIMATING DOTS (K)

Estimating Dots (K) This activity is a valuable opportunity for students to think about estimation and making visual justifications related to the approximate number system. This is not an activity about counting and naming a set of dots by the number it represents. This activity is focused on developing students’ sense of quantity### and

YOUCUBED - INSPIRE ALL STUDENTS WITH OPEN, CREATIVEWEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATHFOR EDUCATORSTASKSMINDSET BOOSTING VIDEOSIDEAS &### IMPACTFILMS

She is author of 18 books, numerous articles and a White House presenter on women and girls. Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics.### TASKS ARCHIVE

Data, Probability + Statistics. Data Science. 36 Fences ONLINE STUDENT COURSE Online Student Course. How to Learn Math is a free class for learners of all levels of mathematics. There are 6 sessions, the first three are approximately 10 minutes long and the last three approximately 20 mins long. It combines really important information on the brain and learning with new evidence on the best ways to approach and learn MATH CARDS - YOUCUBED Math Cards. Many parents use ‘flash cards’ as a way of encouraging the learning of math facts. These usually include 2 unhelpful practices – memorization without understanding and time pressure. In our Math Cards activity we have used the structure of cards, which children like, but we have moved the emphasis to number sense and the FLUENCY WITHOUT FEAR Fluency Without Fear: Research Evidence on the Best Ways to Learn Math Facts. By Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, co-founder youcubed. With the help of Cathy Williams, co-founder youcubed & Amanda Confer, Stanford University. Updated January 28th, 2015. 36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

### POSTERS ARCHIVES

A message about believing in yourself, in both US and UK versions, created by a teacher. Maryam Mirzakhani poster submitted by Charlie Steyning. Freedom Poster. Here is a poster of ideas from Jo’s TIME article (read more about Mathematical Freedom on Ideas & Impact menu). Quote from Jo on Connectedness of Math. TIC-TAC-TOE PRODUCTS Tic-Tac-Toe Products. This is a great game with lots of strategy. High school students enjoy playing! The game provides a great way to practice and build fluency in single digit multiplication. If a player needs support, tools like calculators and times tables can be provided. We have also included two versions of the game board, one 6### x 6 grid

### CRACKERS - YOUCUBED

Introduction by Cathy Williams Maybe some of you recall from childhood, discovering a set of 6 little cardboard cards filled with numbers that came as a prize in a Cracker Jack Box? I clearly remember the day I got this prize. I was fascinated that it always worked, playing it over and over again with SETTING UP POSITIVE NORMS IN MATH CLASS 5. Math is about connections and communicating. Math is a connected subject, but students often think it is a set of disconnected methods. We made a video to show YOUCUBED - INSPIRE ALL STUDENTS WITH OPEN, CREATIVEWEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATHFOR EDUCATORSTASKSMINDSET BOOSTING VIDEOSIDEAS &### IMPACTFILMS

She is author of 18 books, numerous articles and a White House presenter on women and girls. Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics.### TASKS ARCHIVE

Data, Probability + Statistics. Data Science. 36 Fences ONLINE STUDENT COURSE Online Student Course. How to Learn Math is a free class for learners of all levels of mathematics. There are 6 sessions, the first three are approximately 10 minutes long and the last three approximately 20 mins long. It combines really important information on the brain and learning with new evidence on the best ways to approach and learn MATH CARDS - YOUCUBED Math Cards. Many parents use ‘flash cards’ as a way of encouraging the learning of math facts. These usually include 2 unhelpful practices – memorization without understanding and time pressure. In our Math Cards activity we have used the structure of cards, which children like, but we have moved the emphasis to number sense and the FLUENCY WITHOUT FEAR Fluency Without Fear: Research Evidence on the Best Ways to Learn Math Facts. By Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, co-founder youcubed. With the help of Cathy Williams, co-founder youcubed & Amanda Confer, Stanford University. Updated January 28th, 2015. 36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

### POSTERS ARCHIVES

A message about believing in yourself, in both US and UK versions, created by a teacher. Maryam Mirzakhani poster submitted by Charlie Steyning. Freedom Poster. Here is a poster of ideas from Jo’s TIME article (read more about Mathematical Freedom on Ideas & Impact menu). Quote from Jo on Connectedness of Math. TIC-TAC-TOE PRODUCTS Tic-Tac-Toe Products. This is a great game with lots of strategy. High school students enjoy playing! The game provides a great way to practice and build fluency in single digit multiplication. If a player needs support, tools like calculators and times tables can be provided. We have also included two versions of the game board, one 6### x 6 grid

### CRACKERS - YOUCUBED

Introduction by Cathy Williams Maybe some of you recall from childhood, discovering a set of 6 little cardboard cards filled with numbers that came as a prize in a Cracker Jack Box? I clearly remember the day I got this prize. I was fascinated that it always worked, playing it over and over again with SETTING UP POSITIVE NORMS IN MATH CLASS 5. Math is about connections and communicating. Math is a connected subject, but students often think it is a set of disconnected methods. We made a video to show ONLINE STUDENT COURSE Online Student Course. How to Learn Math is a free class for learners of all levels of mathematics. There are 6 sessions, the first three are approximately 10 minutes long and the last three approximately 20 mins long. It combines really important information on the brain and learning with new evidence on the best ways to approach and learn TOUR OF MATHEMATICAL CONNECTIONS Tour of Mathematical Connections. This short tour shows the connected nature of math highlighting number sense, geometry, and algebra, under the big idea of ratio and proportion. Mathematics is NOT a group of unconnected topics, it’s like a web of interrelated areas that can be used explain the world around us. YouTube. Youcubed at Stanford. MISTAKES GROW YOUR BRAIN Psychologist Jason Moser studied the neural mechanisms that operate in people’s brains when they make mistakes (Moser et al., 2011). Moser and his group found something fascinating. When we make a mistake, synapses fire. A synapse is an electrical signal that moves between parts of the brain when learning occurs. Moser found that when people MATHEMATICAL MINDSET TEACHING RESOURCES Welcome to our Mathematical Mindset Teaching Resources page! On this page we share teaching resources and ideas that will enable students to see mathematics as an open, growth, learning subject and themselves as powerful agents in the learning process. These ideas will help you to create and maintain a growth mindset mathematics classroom.### BIG BAD WOLF

Task Instructions. Write the numbers 1 to 6 in a horizontal row. You (Player A) will play the Big Bad Wolf who is. least one factor of that number is also in the list. You get your number and the Big Bad Wolf gets all of the factors of that number that are on the list. For example, if you take a 4, the Big Bad Wolf would get 1 and 2 since### those

WEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATH(S) Choose your own maths adventure with our interactive tools that allow you to build a custom playlist of inspirational maths activities and messages! To build your WIM week, select one video, one resource for creating a positive maths community, and one task per day and add to your playlist. Then click “See Summary” to play videos, download### COUNTING COGS

This problem requires children to think about factors and multiples and, in particular, common factors, but it is not necessary for them to have met this term prior to having a go at the task. It offers opportunities for pupils to ask their own questions, find examples, make conjectures and begin to generalize. The problem### DATA SCIENCE

Data Science. The ability to work with, understand, and use data has become an essential life skill and requirement for an ever-expanding range of jobs and careers. Data is everywhere around us. Ninety percent of the world’s data has been created in the last two years (Marr, 2018). This new data intensive world can be difficult to### navigate

### YOUCUBED MY HEART

Youcubed My Heart. My heart is always with youcubed. Here’s a tessellation of our logo! Task Instructions. What is the area of the shape? What is the perimeter of the shape? WHEN YOU BELIEVE IN YOUR STUDENTS THEY DO BETTER When You Believe In Your Students They Do Better. It may seem obvious that students achieve at higher levels when teachers believe in them, but few would have predicted how much a simple message from teachers can change students’ whole trajectories and achievement. YOUCUBED - INSPIRE ALL STUDENTS WITH OPEN, CREATIVEWEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATHFOR EDUCATORSTASKSMINDSET BOOSTING VIDEOSIDEAS &### IMPACTFILMS

Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics. She is currently co-leading a K-12 Data Science Initiative and was named as one of the### 8

36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

FINGER ACTIVITIES (K-2) Research tells us that it is very important for students to develop ‘finger discrimination’ that is, for students to know their fingers really well. DATA TALKS - YOUCUBED Data Talks. A collection of short (5-10 minute) classroom discussions to help students develop data literacy### PAINTED CUBE

Painted Cube. Students build and draw three-dimensional cubes made up of small unit cubes. Student study patterns by analyzing the number of### sides painted

DATA SCIENCE ONLINE COURSE LESSONS Data Science Online Course Lessons. Lessons from “21st Century Teaching and Learning.” Grade ranges suggested, but with creativity, they can be used in any grade!### CRACKERS - YOUCUBED

Introduction by Cathy Williams Maybe some of you recall from childhood, discovering a set of 6 little cardboard cards filled with numbers that came as a prize in a Cracker Jack Box? I clearly remember the day I got this prize. I was fascinated that it always worked, playing it over and over again with### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings. CROSSING A RECTANGLE (3-5) Crossing a Rectangle (3-5) This activity provides an integrated opportunity for students to visually explore and create pathways on a grid. Students use their creativity and the activity’s design constraints when making the different pathways. They work together to share different counting strategies to find the lengths of their### pathways and

MINDSET MESSAGE VIDEO To the Teacher Mindset messages and knowledge of brain science research are powerful topics for students to learn about and understand. These messages, combined with meaningful and challenging### mathematics

YOUCUBED - INSPIRE ALL STUDENTS WITH OPEN, CREATIVEWEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATHFOR EDUCATORSTASKSMINDSET BOOSTING VIDEOSIDEAS &### IMPACTFILMS

Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics. She is currently co-leading a K-12 Data Science Initiative and was named as one of the### 8

36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

FINGER ACTIVITIES (K-2) Research tells us that it is very important for students to develop ‘finger discrimination’ that is, for students to know their fingers really well. DATA TALKS - YOUCUBED Data Talks. A collection of short (5-10 minute) classroom discussions to help students develop data literacy### PAINTED CUBE

Painted Cube. Students build and draw three-dimensional cubes made up of small unit cubes. Student study patterns by analyzing the number of### sides painted

DATA SCIENCE ONLINE COURSE LESSONS Data Science Online Course Lessons. Lessons from “21st Century Teaching and Learning.” Grade ranges suggested, but with creativity, they can be used in any grade!### CRACKERS - YOUCUBED

Introduction by Cathy Williams Maybe some of you recall from childhood, discovering a set of 6 little cardboard cards filled with numbers that came as a prize in a Cracker Jack Box? I clearly remember the day I got this prize. I was fascinated that it always worked, playing it over and over again with### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings. CROSSING A RECTANGLE (3-5) Crossing a Rectangle (3-5) This activity provides an integrated opportunity for students to visually explore and create pathways on a grid. Students use their creativity and the activity’s design constraints when making the different pathways. They work together to share different counting strategies to find the lengths of their### pathways and

MINDSET MESSAGE VIDEO To the Teacher Mindset messages and knowledge of brain science research are powerful topics for students to learn about and understand. These messages, combined with meaningful and challenging### mathematics

### TASKS ARCHIVE

Data, Probability + Statistics. Data Science. 36 Fences VIRTUAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Virtual Professional Development. Through July 2021, our professional development will be delivered in a virtual (live, online) format due to ongoing safety concerns. Our upcoming events are below— click any registration button to enroll online and we hope to see you in a virtual workshop soon! June 15-16. Mindset Mathematics Virtual### Workshop.

### HOW CLOSE TO 100?

Task Instructions. This game is played in partners. Two children share a blank 100 grid. The first partner rolls two number dice. The numbers that come up are the numbers the child uses to make an array on the 100 grid. They can put the array anywhere on the grid, but the goal is FLUENCY WITHOUT FEAR Fluency Without Fear: Research Evidence on the Best Ways to Learn Math Facts. By Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, co-founder youcubed. With the help of Cathy Williams, co-founder youcubed & Amanda Confer, Stanford University. Updated January 28th, 2015.### YOUCUBED MY HEART

Youcubed My Heart. My heart is always with youcubed. Here’s a tessellation of our logo! Task Instructions. What is the area of the shape? What is the perimeter of the shape?### FRACTION HUNT (2-8)

Fraction Hunt (2-8) Fractions are all around us! Walk around the house, yard and neighborhood with your child. Where do you see fractions? What would you call one part of the whole? For example, one rectangular stepping stone of 13 equally sized stepping stones would be 1/13th of the stepping stones. WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE GREAT AT MATHS? 1. Mathematical thinking is not about speed Maryam Mirzakhani, a Stanford mathematician, was the ﬁ rst woman in the world to win the### Fields Medal, the

THE GOOD & BAD OF MATHEMATICS EDUCATION The Good & Bad of Mathematics Education. Interview with Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, Stanford University. SCOPE Brown Bag Speaker 2012-13. YouTube. StanfordSCOPE. 4.02K subscribers. Subscribe. Jo Boaler on the Good and Bad of Mathematics Education.### Info.

### FOUR 4S (3-4)

Four 4s (3-4) Introduction (by Jo Boaler): This is one of my favorite inquiry tasks that helps to set norms on the first day of the year. The timing for the lesson is given after my description of the tasks. Choose a mindset video with important brain and mindset evidence that will encourage students in maths.### ESTIMATING DOTS (K)

Estimating Dots (K) This activity is a valuable opportunity for students to think about estimation and making visual justifications related to the approximate number system. This is not an activity about counting and naming a set of dots by the number it represents. This activity is focused on developing students’ sense of quantity### and

YOUCUBED - INSPIRE ALL STUDENTS WITH OPEN, CREATIVEWEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATHFOR EDUCATORSTASKSMINDSET BOOSTING VIDEOSIDEAS &### IMPACTFILMS

Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics. She is currently co-leading a K-12 Data Science Initiative and was named as one of the### 8

36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

FINGER ACTIVITIES (K-2) Research tells us that it is very important for students to develop ‘finger discrimination’ that is, for students to know their fingers really well. DATA TALKS - YOUCUBED Data Talks. A collection of short (5-10 minute) classroom discussions to help students develop data literacy### PAINTED CUBE

Painted Cube. Students build and draw three-dimensional cubes made up of small unit cubes. Student study patterns by analyzing the number of### sides painted

DATA SCIENCE ONLINE COURSE LESSONS Data Science Online Course Lessons. Lessons from “21st Century Teaching and Learning.” Grade ranges suggested, but with creativity, they can be used in any grade!### CRACKERS - YOUCUBED

Introduction by Cathy Williams Maybe some of you recall from childhood, discovering a set of 6 little cardboard cards filled with numbers that came as a prize in a Cracker Jack Box? I clearly remember the day I got this prize. I was fascinated that it always worked, playing it over and over again with### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings. CROSSING A RECTANGLE (3-5) Crossing a Rectangle (3-5) This activity provides an integrated opportunity for students to visually explore and create pathways on a grid. Students use their creativity and the activity’s design constraints when making the different pathways. They work together to share different counting strategies to find the lengths of their### pathways and

MINDSET MESSAGE VIDEO To the Teacher Mindset messages and knowledge of brain science research are powerful topics for students to learn about and understand. These messages, combined with meaningful and challenging### mathematics

YOUCUBED - INSPIRE ALL STUDENTS WITH OPEN, CREATIVEWEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATHFOR EDUCATORSTASKSMINDSET BOOSTING VIDEOSIDEAS &### IMPACTFILMS

Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics. She is currently co-leading a K-12 Data Science Initiative and was named as one of the### 8

36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

FINGER ACTIVITIES (K-2) Research tells us that it is very important for students to develop ‘finger discrimination’ that is, for students to know their fingers really well. DATA TALKS - YOUCUBED Data Talks. A collection of short (5-10 minute) classroom discussions to help students develop data literacy### PAINTED CUBE

Painted Cube. Students build and draw three-dimensional cubes made up of small unit cubes. Student study patterns by analyzing the number of### sides painted

DATA SCIENCE ONLINE COURSE LESSONS Data Science Online Course Lessons. Lessons from “21st Century Teaching and Learning.” Grade ranges suggested, but with creativity, they can be used in any grade!### CRACKERS - YOUCUBED

Introduction by Cathy Williams Maybe some of you recall from childhood, discovering a set of 6 little cardboard cards filled with numbers that came as a prize in a Cracker Jack Box? I clearly remember the day I got this prize. I was fascinated that it always worked, playing it over and over again with### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings. CROSSING A RECTANGLE (3-5) Crossing a Rectangle (3-5) This activity provides an integrated opportunity for students to visually explore and create pathways on a grid. Students use their creativity and the activity’s design constraints when making the different pathways. They work together to share different counting strategies to find the lengths of their### pathways and

MINDSET MESSAGE VIDEO To the Teacher Mindset messages and knowledge of brain science research are powerful topics for students to learn about and understand. These messages, combined with meaningful and challenging### mathematics

### TASKS ARCHIVE

Data, Probability + Statistics. Data Science. 36 Fences VIRTUAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Virtual Professional Development. Through July 2021, our professional development will be delivered in a virtual (live, online) format due to ongoing safety concerns. Our upcoming events are below— click any registration button to enroll online and we hope to see you in a virtual workshop soon! June 15-16. Mindset Mathematics Virtual### Workshop.

### HOW CLOSE TO 100?

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Youcubed My Heart. My heart is always with youcubed. Here’s a tessellation of our logo! Task Instructions. What is the area of the shape? What is the perimeter of the shape?### FRACTION HUNT (2-8)

Fraction Hunt (2-8) Fractions are all around us! Walk around the house, yard and neighborhood with your child. Where do you see fractions? What would you call one part of the whole? For example, one rectangular stepping stone of 13 equally sized stepping stones would be 1/13th of the stepping stones. WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE GREAT AT MATHS? 1. Mathematical thinking is not about speed Maryam Mirzakhani, a Stanford mathematician, was the ﬁ rst woman in the world to win the### Fields Medal, the

THE GOOD & BAD OF MATHEMATICS EDUCATION The Good & Bad of Mathematics Education. Interview with Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, Stanford University. SCOPE Brown Bag Speaker 2012-13. YouTube. StanfordSCOPE. 4.02K subscribers. Subscribe. Jo Boaler on the Good and Bad of Mathematics Education.### Info.

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Estimating Dots (K) This activity is a valuable opportunity for students to think about estimation and making visual justifications related to the approximate number system. This is not an activity about counting and naming a set of dots by the number it represents. This activity is focused on developing students’ sense of quantity### and

YOUCUBED - INSPIRE ALL STUDENTS WITH OPEN, CREATIVEWEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATHFOR EDUCATORSTASKSMINDSET BOOSTING VIDEOSIDEAS &### IMPACTFILMS

Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics. She is currently co-leading a K-12 Data Science Initiative and was named as one of the### 8

36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

FINGER ACTIVITIES (K-2) Research tells us that it is very important for students to develop ‘finger discrimination’ that is, for students to know their fingers really well. DATA TALKS - YOUCUBED Data Talks. A collection of short (5-10 minute) classroom discussions to help students develop data literacy### PAINTED CUBE

Painted Cube. Students build and draw three-dimensional cubes made up of small unit cubes. Student study patterns by analyzing the number of### sides painted

DATA SCIENCE ONLINE COURSE LESSONS Data Science Online Course Lessons. Lessons from “21st Century Teaching and Learning.” Grade ranges suggested, but with creativity, they can be used in any grade!### CRACKERS - YOUCUBED

Introduction by Cathy Williams Maybe some of you recall from childhood, discovering a set of 6 little cardboard cards filled with numbers that came as a prize in a Cracker Jack Box? I clearly remember the day I got this prize. I was fascinated that it always worked, playing it over and over again with### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings. CROSSING A RECTANGLE (3-5) Crossing a Rectangle (3-5) This activity provides an integrated opportunity for students to visually explore and create pathways on a grid. Students use their creativity and the activity’s design constraints when making the different pathways. They work together to share different counting strategies to find the lengths of their### pathways and

MINDSET MESSAGE VIDEO To the Teacher Mindset messages and knowledge of brain science research are powerful topics for students to learn about and understand. These messages, combined with meaningful and challenging### mathematics

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Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics. She is currently co-leading a K-12 Data Science Initiative and was named as one of the### 8

36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

FINGER ACTIVITIES (K-2) Research tells us that it is very important for students to develop ‘finger discrimination’ that is, for students to know their fingers really well. DATA TALKS - YOUCUBED Data Talks. A collection of short (5-10 minute) classroom discussions to help students develop data literacy### PAINTED CUBE

Painted Cube. Students build and draw three-dimensional cubes made up of small unit cubes. Student study patterns by analyzing the number of### sides painted

DATA SCIENCE ONLINE COURSE LESSONS Data Science Online Course Lessons. Lessons from “21st Century Teaching and Learning.” Grade ranges suggested, but with creativity, they can be used in any grade!### CRACKERS - YOUCUBED

Introduction by Cathy Williams Maybe some of you recall from childhood, discovering a set of 6 little cardboard cards filled with numbers that came as a prize in a Cracker Jack Box? I clearly remember the day I got this prize. I was fascinated that it always worked, playing it over and over again with### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings. CROSSING A RECTANGLE (3-5) Crossing a Rectangle (3-5) This activity provides an integrated opportunity for students to visually explore and create pathways on a grid. Students use their creativity and the activity’s design constraints when making the different pathways. They work together to share different counting strategies to find the lengths of their### pathways and

MINDSET MESSAGE VIDEO To the Teacher Mindset messages and knowledge of brain science research are powerful topics for students to learn about and understand. These messages, combined with meaningful and challenging### mathematics

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Data, Probability + Statistics. Data Science. 36 Fences VIRTUAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Virtual Professional Development. Through July 2021, our professional development will be delivered in a virtual (live, online) format due to ongoing safety concerns. Our upcoming events are below— click any registration button to enroll online and we hope to see you in a virtual workshop soon! June 15-16. Mindset Mathematics Virtual### Workshop.

### HOW CLOSE TO 100?

Task Instructions. This game is played in partners. Two children share a blank 100 grid. The first partner rolls two number dice. The numbers that come up are the numbers the child uses to make an array on the 100 grid. They can put the array anywhere on the grid, but the goal is FLUENCY WITHOUT FEAR Fluency Without Fear: Research Evidence on the Best Ways to Learn Math Facts. By Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, co-founder youcubed. With the help of Cathy Williams, co-founder youcubed & Amanda Confer, Stanford University. Updated January 28th, 2015.### YOUCUBED MY HEART

Youcubed My Heart. My heart is always with youcubed. Here’s a tessellation of our logo! Task Instructions. What is the area of the shape? What is the perimeter of the shape?### FRACTION HUNT (2-8)

Fraction Hunt (2-8) Fractions are all around us! Walk around the house, yard and neighborhood with your child. Where do you see fractions? What would you call one part of the whole? For example, one rectangular stepping stone of 13 equally sized stepping stones would be 1/13th of the stepping stones. WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE GREAT AT MATHS? 1. Mathematical thinking is not about speed Maryam Mirzakhani, a Stanford mathematician, was the ﬁ rst woman in the world to win the### Fields Medal, the

THE GOOD & BAD OF MATHEMATICS EDUCATION The Good & Bad of Mathematics Education. Interview with Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, Stanford University. SCOPE Brown Bag Speaker 2012-13. YouTube. StanfordSCOPE. 4.02K subscribers. Subscribe. Jo Boaler on the Good and Bad of Mathematics Education.### Info.

### FOUR 4S (3-4)

Four 4s (3-4) Introduction (by Jo Boaler): This is one of my favorite inquiry tasks that helps to set norms on the first day of the year. The timing for the lesson is given after my description of the tasks. Choose a mindset video with important brain and mindset evidence that will encourage students in maths.### ESTIMATING DOTS (K)

Estimating Dots (K) This activity is a valuable opportunity for students to think about estimation and making visual justifications related to the approximate number system. This is not an activity about counting and naming a set of dots by the number it represents. This activity is focused on developing students’ sense of quantity### and

YOUCUBED - INSPIRE ALL STUDENTS WITH OPEN, CREATIVEWEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATHFOR EDUCATORSTASKSMINDSET BOOSTING VIDEOSIDEAS &### IMPACTFILMS

Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics. She is currently co-leading a K-12 Data Science Initiative and was named as one of the### 8

ONLINE STUDENT COURSE Online Student Course. How to Learn Math is a free class for learners of all levels of mathematics. There are 6 sessions, the first three are approximately 10 minutes long and the last three approximately 20 mins long. It combines really important information on the brain and learning with new evidence on the best ways to approach and learn### TASKS ARCHIVE

Data, Probability + Statistics. Data Science. 36 Fences FINGER ACTIVITIES (K-2) Research tells us that it is very important for students to develop ‘finger discrimination’ that is, for students to know their fingers really well.### DATA SCIENCE

Data Science. The ability to work with, understand, and use data has become an essential life skill and requirement for an ever-expanding range of jobs and careers. Data is everywhere around us. Ninety percent of the world’s data has been created in the last two years (Marr, 2018). This new data intensive world can be difficult to### navigate

DATA TALKS - YOUCUBEDDATA TALKS WITH STUDENTSDATA ANALYSIS PLATFORMVOICE DATA VIDEO TECHNICIANTED TALKS ON BIG DATA Data Talks. A collection of short (5-10 minute) classroom discussions to help students develop data literacy FLUENCY WITHOUT FEAR Fluency Without Fear: Research Evidence on the Best Ways to Learn Math Facts. By Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, co-founder youcubed. With the help of Cathy Williams, co-founder youcubed & Amanda Confer, Stanford University. Updated January 28th, 2015. 36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

MATH CARDS - YOUCUBED Math Cards. Many parents use ‘flash cards’ as a way of encouraging the learning of math facts. These usually include 2 unhelpful practices – memorization without understanding and time pressure. In our Math Cards activity we have used the structure of cards, which children like, but we have moved the emphasis to number sense and the### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings. YOUCUBED - INSPIRE ALL STUDENTS WITH OPEN, CREATIVEWEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATHFOR EDUCATORSTASKSMINDSET BOOSTING VIDEOSIDEAS &### IMPACTFILMS

Her latest book is called: Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live without Barriers and is published by Harper Collins. She co-founded www.youcubed.org to give teachers, parents and students the resources they need to excite students about mathematics. She is currently co-leading a K-12 Data Science Initiative and was named as one of the### 8

ONLINE STUDENT COURSE Online Student Course. How to Learn Math is a free class for learners of all levels of mathematics. There are 6 sessions, the first three are approximately 10 minutes long and the last three approximately 20 mins long. It combines really important information on the brain and learning with new evidence on the best ways to approach and learn### TASKS ARCHIVE

Data, Probability + Statistics. Data Science. 36 Fences FINGER ACTIVITIES (K-2) Research tells us that it is very important for students to develop ‘finger discrimination’ that is, for students to know their fingers really well.### DATA SCIENCE

Data Science. The ability to work with, understand, and use data has become an essential life skill and requirement for an ever-expanding range of jobs and careers. Data is everywhere around us. Ninety percent of the world’s data has been created in the last two years (Marr, 2018). This new data intensive world can be difficult to### navigate

DATA TALKS - YOUCUBEDDATA TALKS WITH STUDENTSDATA ANALYSIS PLATFORMVOICE DATA VIDEO TECHNICIANTED TALKS ON BIG DATA Data Talks. A collection of short (5-10 minute) classroom discussions to help students develop data literacy FLUENCY WITHOUT FEAR Fluency Without Fear: Research Evidence on the Best Ways to Learn Math Facts. By Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, co-founder youcubed. With the help of Cathy Williams, co-founder youcubed & Amanda Confer, Stanford University. Updated January 28th, 2015. 36 FENCES - YOUCUBED The question posed is, “What is the biggest fence that can be made out of 36 pieces of fence?”. The fences can be any length eg 1 meter or 1 yard. The class can decide together whether they will include irregular shapes, this is a mathematical act – working out what assumptions will be made. The task can be approached in many different### ways.

MATH CARDS - YOUCUBED Math Cards. Many parents use ‘flash cards’ as a way of encouraging the learning of math facts. These usually include 2 unhelpful practices – memorization without understanding and time pressure. In our Math Cards activity we have used the structure of cards, which children like, but we have moved the emphasis to number sense and the### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings. MATHEMATICAL MINDSET ALGEBRA Introduction to Mathematical Mindset Algebra . This 4-week curriculum unit we have developed is one that can be used to introduce algebraic concepts at any grade level. It draws upon algebraic research showing that it is more helpful for students to learn algebra through studying pattern growth where a variable represents a case number, and can vary, before learning about “solving for x.”### HOW CLOSE TO 100?

Task Instructions. This game is played in partners. Two children share a blank 100 grid. The first partner rolls two number dice. The numbers that come up are the numbers the child uses to make an array on the 100 grid. They can put the array anywhere on the grid, but the goal is### PENNY COLLECTION

Penny Collection. This activity allows students to explore how numbers are composed, by having them look at different ways of grouping them. There are many different strategies and methods students can use to come up with a solution. Students can use actual pennies, draw diagrams, and use charts to keep track of their findings. WEEK OF INSPIRATIONAL MATH(S) Choose your own maths adventure with our interactive tools that allow you to build a custom playlist of inspirational maths activities and messages! To build your WIM week, select one video, one resource for creating a positive maths community, and one task per day and add to your playlist. Then click “See Summary” to play videos, download### YOUCUBED MY HEART

Youcubed My Heart. My heart is always with youcubed. Here’s a tessellation of our logo! Task Instructions. What is the area of the shape? What is the perimeter of the shape? TIC-TAC-TOE PRODUCTS Tic-Tac-Toe Products. This is a great game with lots of strategy. High school students enjoy playing! The game provides a great way to practice and build fluency in single digit multiplication. If a player needs support, tools like calculators and times tables can be provided. We have also included two versions of the game board, one 6### x 6 grid

GROWTH MINDSET ARCHIVES The term “growth mindset” comes from the groundbreaking work of Carol Dweck. She identified everyone holds ideas about their own potential. Some people believe that their intelligence is more or less fixed and in math – that you can do math or you can’t. About 40% of students have these damaging “fixed mindset” ideas. Another 40% have a “growth mindset” – they believe that MISTAKES GROW YOUR BRAIN Psychologist Jason Moser studied the neural mechanisms that operate in people’s brains when they make mistakes (Moser et al., 2011). Moser and his group found something fascinating. When we make a mistake, synapses fire. A synapse is an electrical signal that moves between parts of the brain when learning occurs. Moser found that when people### FOUR 4S (3-4)

Four 4s (3-4) Introduction (by Jo Boaler): This is one of my favorite inquiry tasks that helps to set norms on the first day of the year. The timing for the lesson is given after my description of the tasks. Choose a mindset video with important brain and mindset evidence that will encourage students in maths.### BIG BAD WOLF

Task Instructions. Write the numbers 1 to 6 in a horizontal row. You (Player A) will play the Big Bad Wolf who is. least one factor of that number is also in the list. You get your number and the Big Bad Wolf gets all of the factors of that number that are on the list. For example, if you take a 4, the Big Bad Wolf would get 1 and 2 since### those

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