mindset, remedial math, math education
College students in remedial mathematics programs not only struggle with fundamental concepts but tend to have a low mental outlook about their ability to succeed in a math class. Educators can implement interventions to promote a growth mindset with students, changing their attitude to one that recognizes hard work leads to mastery of any skill or concept. The students develop the confidence and desire to succeed in mastering the course material in their math classes as well as other academic subjects.
Seminelli, Michael D.
"Interventions to Develop a Growth Mindset in a Remedial Math Classroom,"
Mathematica Militaris: Vol. 23
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usmalibrary.org/mathematica_militaris/vol23/iss1/3