Knowledge Check

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How early do children form ideas about who is a “math person?”

When children think, “I am a math person,” they have a positive ________ about math.

True or False: Children are more motivated to complete a mathematical task if they feel like they are a part of a group.

During a math lesson, an educator says, “today, we are playing a number game together.” This type of language has many implications for students, EXCEPT:

Which of the following helps counter math stereotypes?

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  • Math-gender stereotype
    a belief that math is for a particular gender, such as girls or boys
    Math self-concept
    the association between the self and math
    refers to how someone thinks about their self and their attributes