A profile of NBA Math Hoops, a collaborative and competitive basketball-themed math board game for grades 3–8 in after-school and in-school settings that helps students gain fluency with operations while also fostering social–emotional competencies.
A profile of Math Teacher Circles, locally organized collaborative math educator communities that model fun new ways of doing mathematics that teachers can then implement with their students in the classroom.
A profile of the Math for Love program, a suite of games and activities that help teachers spark students’ curiosity and playful engagement with new and challenging mathematics concepts and problem-solving skills.
A profile of the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival, a math education nonprofit that helps students build confidence, joy, and a positive identity around math by hosting events with standards-aligned hands-on games that foster whole community engagement.
Read WestEd’s high-level study of five mathematics programs that build student and teacher confidence, enjoyment, and skill. This brief summarizes the key features of each program and offers links to full profiles of each program.
A profile of the web-based Almost Fun program, a culturally responsive math program offering support to marginalized students to help reduce math anxiety and providing a free online forum of on-demand peer support.