August 25, 2021
“Why don’t I understand this math?” Stress and anxiety can be a common feeling for students when they don’t understand something the teacher is covering in class. Many times, the brain will shift and be unreceptive to the math problem. The stressful thoughts take over and students shut down. It is important for educators to have greater empathy when students are expressing worry and frustration. In this episode, join Dr. Tim Hudson, PhD to discuss the importance of social and emotional learning, as it relates to mathematics.
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