- This PBS Blog Post discusses the Singapore Math approach as well as one of its main characteristics: Mastery over Memorization
- Maths No Problem! also has pages dedicated to understanding Singapore Maths as well as key concepts, such as Mastery, Number Bonds, Bar Modeling, and the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract approach.
- Mathematical Mindsets by Jo Boaler has informed the way we teach maths at 3rd and 4th grade. You can read more about the book here.
- YouCubed is a great website to find math activities that demonstrate the open, visual, and creative nature of maths.
- Here is a great introductory video to some of the main ideas of YouCubed and Jo Boaler's Mathematical Mindsets.
- Learning to Think Mathematically with the Rekenrek
Peace Work Resources
Non-Violent Communication Resources:
- "NVC at Work" is a great resource for a hands-on exploration of NVC, providing various apps to practice NVC, self-assessments to see your progress with NVC, and a variety of other resources and tools.
- Giraffe Juice offers a chapter book, audio book, and workbook for learning more about the NVC process.
- This link provides a short outline of the 4 Part NVC Process
- More in-depth information is provided on the Center for Non-Violent Communication website
- This link provides a "True Feelings Inventory"
- This link provides a "Needs Inventory"
- This page provides in-depth information regarding the initial discovery of Growth/Fixed Mindsets by Dr. Carol Dweck, including resources for parents, schools, and other programs that encourage growth mindset cultures.
- The Mojo Show provides videos and questions that make it easier for elementary students to connect with the ideas/philosophies behind Growth Mindset.
- MindsetKit offers a variety of resources for teachers and parents to not only learn more about what a growth mindset is, but to apply these principles at school and home.