Is rough-draft math more inclusive, successful?

Is rough-draft math more inclusive, successful?
Rough-draft math, which views the subject as a group exploration instead of quickly derived right or wrong answers, can benefit students who don't grasp the work right away and make more students feel their views are worthwhile, math research Amanda Jansen explains. The teaching method can build confidence and ability as a teacher shows each student what parts of their drafts are valuable, she asserts.

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