Using Video to Ease Chronic Math Anxiety

Math anxiety is a persistent challenge for teachers in K-12 classrooms. Brainerd High School in Chattanooga, Tenn., is no exception.
Three 9th-grade algebra teachers at the school—Eunice Peabody, Janelle Menzel, and Alexis Marcelo—have taken several steps to counteract that anxiety, including online assessment, personalized learning, and credit recovery.
Perhaps the core of the group’s approach, though, is a daily video, between 10 and 20 minutes long, that summarizes the contents of the class session and walks students step by step through sample problems.
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