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    ​Good Morning! After reading chapters 1-3, post your favorite quote or passage and give a brief reasoning of why it resonated with you.  Take time to read others posts and leave a comment for them. ------------------------------ Kristin Keith Professional ...

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    "We believe that  how  students experience mathematics in their classrooms shapes their views of mathematics and themselves as mathematics learners and doers." ~ pg 19.  I love this quote because it is empowering. The essence of it is that we CAN ...

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    RE: Chapter 2

    As a K-12 Instructional Math Coach, I see students that express their own conceptions regarding their math identities across the spectrum. Many have the perception of fixed mindset, in which they fall into a specific "identity" and that is that. They ...

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