Do Teachers Give Students Math Anxiety?

Mar 23, 2010 by Sherrelle Walker, M.A.

As educators, we are accustomed to seeing our students get anxious on occasion—it’s a normal, healthy reaction to being asked to perform. It gives students that jolt of adrenaline that drives them forward. Some take a breath and work through the feelings, and some need a bit more coaching. Some experience tears, but with a bit of one-on-one help and caring, they can experience great success and learn how to overcome their perceived limits.  What about when that anxiety becomes a debilitating impediment to success, such as with true math anxiety?

Race to the Top Grant and the i3 Innovation Funding Webinar

Mar 12, 2010 by Denise Ruvalcaba

 Interested in finding out about the Race to the Top Grant and the i3 Innovation Grant? Join us for this Webinar and learn!

Success in School

Mar 2, 2010 by Martha Burns, Ph.D

What advice can neuroscience offer a parent who would like to prepare their child to be successful in school, career and life?  Probably the most important advice is that success is a relative term that each parent must decide how to define.