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Plenary Talk, ICME 12, July 2012, COEX, Seoul, Korea.

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Boaler, J. (2003) When Learning no Longer Matters – standardized testing and the creation of inequality. *Phi Delta Kappan*, 84, 7, 502-506.

Boaler, J. (2002). Exploring the Nature of Mathematical Activity: Using theory, research and ‘working hypotheses’ to broaden conceptions of mathematics knowing. Invited Paper. *Educational Studies in Mathematics*, 51(1-2), 3-21.

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These findings will not differ much from the Indian context

Hi Ms. Boaler,

Currently, I am enrolled in your “How to learn math” online course. It’s fantastic. What I need to know; do you have any book or website that can help me in teaching math to my 1st grade son? I couldn’t find any material that supports your technique.

Thanks.

I am currently enrolled in an Ed.D program and am interested in pursuing a research project in elementary mathematics. As a researcher of maths and a teacher, what guidance or advice could you give regarding possible research topics? What needs further study? Any pointing in the right direction would be great.

Jo Boaler–You rock! Thank you for making math fun for me! Thank you for taking time to make “How to Learn Math.” It has been a great growing process for me!

I am currently enrolled in your How To Learn Math Course. This class has been an incredible experience for me, opening up possibilities I have never imagined.

Are there currently any US textbooks that support this approach to math?

I too have been taking How To Learn Math and loving it. I have learned so much, and I am so appreciative of all your hard work. I am really hoping you will have other courses in the future. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

I took your course “How to Learn Math” and that changed the way I speak to my daughter about Math. Please keep doing research and teaching in the US. Our kids really need a new approach to Math.

I teach an online mathematical concepts and development for student teachers who will teach math to k through grade three. I am so impressed with your ideas and will be purchasing your materials.

Is there anyway that you could advise some of your books or articles that would be most appropriate for helping write and add to my course.

Much appreciated.

Thanks so much.

Diana