These are the sources and citations used to research growth mindset in mathematics. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Askew, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Askew, M., 2012. Transforming primary mathematics. Abingdon: Routledge.
In-text: (Boaler, 1997)
Your Bibliography: Boaler, J., 1997. Experiencing school mathematics. Buckingham: Open University Press.
In-text: (Boaler, 1997)
Your Bibliography: Boaler, J., 1997. When even the winners are losers: Evaluating the experiences of top set' students. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 29(2), pp.165-182.
In-text: (Boaler, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Boaler, J., 2008. Promoting ‘relational equity’ and high mathematics achievement through an innovative mixed‐ability approach. British Educational Research Journal, 34(2), pp.167-194.
In-text: (Boaler, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Boaler, J., 2010. The elephant in the classroom. London: Souvenir.
In-text: (BOALER, 2005)
Your Bibliography: BOALER, J., 2005. The 'Psychological Prisons' from which They Never Escaped: the role of ability grouping in reproducing social class inequalities. FORUM, 47(2), p.135.
In-text: (BOALER, 2013)
Your Bibliography: BOALER, J., 2013. Ability and Mathematics: the mindset revolution that is reshaping education. FORUM, 55(1), p.143.
In-text: (Boaler, Wiliam and Brown, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Boaler, J., Wiliam, D. and Brown, M., 2000. Students' Experiences of Ability Grouping - disaffection, polarisation and the construction of failure. British Educational Research Journal, 26(5), pp.631-648.
In-text: (Burris, Heubert and Levin, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Burris, C., Heubert, J. and Levin, H., 2006. Accelerating Mathematics Achievement Using Heterogeneous Grouping. American Educational Research Journal, 43(1), pp.137-154.
In-text: (Burton, Burton and Brundrett, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Burton, N., Burton, N. and Brundrett, M., 2005. Leading the curriculum in the primary school. London: PCP/Sage Publications.
In-text: (Drummond and Yarker, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Drummond, M. and Yarker, P., 2013. Editorial. The Enduring Problem of Fixed Ability: but is a new conversation beginning?,. FORUM, 55(1), p.3.
In-text: (Dweck, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Dweck, C., 2012. Mindset. London: Robinson.
In-text: (Haylock, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Haylock, D., 2014. Mathematics explained for primary teachers. 5th ed. London: SAGE.
In-text: (Linchevski and Kutscher, 1998)
Your Bibliography: Linchevski, L. and Kutscher, B., 1998. Tell Me with Whom You're Learning, and I'll Tell You How Much You've Learned: Mixed-Ability versus Same-Ability Grouping in Mathematics. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 29(5), p.533.
In-text: (Marks, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Marks, R., 2011. ‘Ability’ in primary mathematics education: patterns and implications. Research in Mathematics Education, 13(3), pp.305-306.
In-text: (MARKS, 2013)
Your Bibliography: MARKS, R., 2013. 'The Blue Table Means You Don't Have a Clue': the persistence of fixed-ability thinking and practices in primary mathematics in English schools. FORUM, 55(1), p.31.
In-text: (MARKS, 2014)
Your Bibliography: MARKS, R., 2014. The Dinosaur in the Classroom: what we stand to lose through ability-grouping in the primary school. FORUM, 56(1), p.45.
In-text: (MILIK and BOYLAN, 2013)
Your Bibliography: MILIK, A. and BOYLAN, M., 2013. Valuing Choice as an Alternative to Fixed-ability Thinking and Teaching in Primary Mathematics. FORUM, 55(1), p.161.
In-text: (Whitburn, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Whitburn, J., 2001. Effective Classroom Organisation in Primary Schools: mathematics. Oxford Rev. Educ., 27(3), pp.411-428.
In-text: (WRIGLEY, 2013)
Your Bibliography: WRIGLEY, T., 2013. Beyond 'Ability': some European alternatives. FORUM, 55(1), p.59.
In-text: (YARKER, 2013)
Your Bibliography: YARKER, P., 2013. 'Can I have me on here?': 'ability' and the language of pupil-progress. FORUM, 55(1), p.153.
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