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Developmental Psychology, 54(11), 2126-2138. doi:10.1037/dev0000605 This article is an empirical research conducted by the authors on 394 elementary school children , in order to investigate the relationship between domain-specific anxiety, math and spatial performance. Article Summary Lauer, Esposito and Bauer (2018) seek to investigate five main areas through their study: Relationships between verbal, math and spatialContinue reading “Lauer, J. E., Esposito, A. G., & Bauer, P. J. (2018). Domain-specific anxiety relates to children’s math and spatial performance.”
Math anxiety: Can teachers help students reduce it? Ask the cognitive scientist. Beilock, S. & Willingham, D. (2014). American Educator, 38(2), 28. This article is an explanatory piece focused on providing teachers with current interdisciplinary research findings on math anxiety and math performance that can be translated into classroom strategies. Article Summary Beilock and WillinghamContinue reading “Math anxiety: Can teachers help students reduce it?”
Lin is a SENG Model Parent Groups (SMPG) trained facilitator for in-person and online sessions to facilitate connection and to foster the bonding process. She has special interests to provide facilitations around 2e, minority, and/or HG/PG topics. SENG Model Parent Groups (SMPG) involves 2-3 co-facilitators, together with 10-20 parents of gifted and talented children, andContinue reading “SENG SMPGs – facilitated parent groups”