Monthly Archives: April 2016

Expectations

In 1965 a pair of researchers, Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson, set out to study the Pygmalion Effect, which hypothesizes that if we hold high expectations for people’s performance, their performance will be better than if we hold low expectations.   What they found was startling, especially for younger kids. Students who had been randomly selected […]

The future of CLIME

CLIME (The Council for Technology in Math Education) is an affiliate of NCTM with the mission to: Empower math communities to improve the teaching and learning of math through the use of dynamic tools in a Web 2.0 world Last night members of CLIME and other interested people attended a meeting of CLIME to discuss […]