Supporting Productive Struggle for Mathematics Learners

Productive struggle is at the heart of learning and mathematical thinking. As educators, providing opportunities for students to struggle strengthens their mathematical thinking muscles and encourages sustained perseverance. In this whitepaper, authors Grace Kelemanik and Amy Lucenta:

  • Highlight repeatable pedagogies and manageable ways to promote productive struggle in the classroom
  • Provide lesson frameworks, routines, and teaching techniques to promote productive struggle in the classroom

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