Many teachers try to be comforting and sympathetic about math, telling girls not to worry, that they can do well in other subjects. We now know such messages are extremely damaging. (Boaler, n. pag.)
What if the messages are different? What if we send the message I believe in you? How might we change our future?
Brittany Wenger: Global neural network cloud service for breast cancer detection
Wenger began studying neural networks when she was in the seventh grade. She attributes her interest in science to her 7th grade science teacher. As a high school senior, she won the grand prize in the 2012 Google Science Fair for her project, “Global Neural Network Cloud Service for Breast Cancer.”
How might we offer opportunities for integrated studies and human-centered problem solving?
What if we send the message I believe in you? How might we change our future?
Boaler, Jo. “Parents’ Beliefs about Math Change Their Children’s Achievement.” Youcubed. Stanford University, n.d. Web. 20 Sept. 2015.