A Menu of Risk‐Taking Scaffolds

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  • 1 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
  • | 2 Lodestar Middle School, Oakland, CA

Students learn new ways of being good at mathematics by overcoming the fear of being wrong and embracing the challenge and wonder of proposing, refining, and coming to a consensus on mathematical arguments.

Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12
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