“ People think that brain grows only when students correct their mistakes and go on to solve the problem correctly. But this is not true. According to brain researchers, brain grows when we make a mistake, even if we are not aware of it, because it is a time of struggle; and the times when we struggle and are challenged are the best times for brain growth. “ - Jo Boaler, Stanford Professor of Mathematics Education

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