Emotional and contextual support can help students step toward confidence and success with challenging mathematics.

Contributor Notes

Casey Hord, casey.hord@uc.edu, is an assistant professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Cincinnati.

Samantha Marita, maritasj@mail.uc.edu, is a research assistant and doctoral student in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of Cincinnati.

Jennifer B. Walsh, walshj6@mail.uc.edu, is a special education teacher at Sycamore High School in Cincinnati.

Taylormarie Tomaro, tomarots@mail.uc.edu, is a special education teacher at Silverton Paideia Academy in Cincinnati.

Kiyana Gordon, gordonk2@mail.uc.edu, is a special education teacher at the Kelly O'Leary Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders in Cincinnati.

(Corresponding author is Hord casey.hord@uc.edu)(Corresponding author is Marita maritasj@mail.uc.edu)(Corresponding author is Walsh walshj6@mail.uc.edu)(Corresponding author is Tomaro tomarots@mail.uc.edu)(Corresponding author is Gordon gordonk2@mail.uc.edu)
The Mathematics Teacher

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