Challenging minds: Enhancing the mathematical learning of African American students through games

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2012
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Minority Access to Revolutionary Instructional Extensions (MATRIX) is a two-part pilot project that couples parent engagement and supplemental mathematics instruction. The MATRIX supplemental mathematics curriculum is built around six games designed to foster the mathematical development of elementary students. This article describes the MATRIX mathematics curriculum and provides findings related to the project’s impact on African American students’ number sense and attitudes towards mathematics.

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Morton, C. H., Yow, J. A., & Cook, D. A. (2012). Challenging minds: Enhancing the mathematical learning of African American students through games. Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 14(1/2), 105A.
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