I’m sure I will ruffle some feathers with this post, but here goes.
Gordon Foreman

Those attitudes are sadly common here in the UK too. The expectations of teachers and parents are so key to a child’s confidence and self-image. There is a filtering effect; if teachers espouse fixed beliefs towards mathematical ability, it is natural for students to do the same. It’s why any system-level intervention must engage the trifecta of students, teachers and parents.

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