Monthly Archives: September 2011

Introducing: The Great Inquiry Based Curriculum Mapping Project: a plea for collaboration

I’m kind of tired of working by myself. I’m just not smart or creative enough to create an entirely inquiry-based curriculum. You know, the kind of curriculum where you pose an interesting problem to your students and let them attempt … Continue reading

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This is just too good not to blog about: FireFighterMath.org

OK, I’ve tweeted about it. Several times. @IngridRistoph is probably tired of her twitter notifications buzzing, but she tweeted it out last night, and I retweeted it about a hundred time. So huge hat-tip to her. (Update: Ingrid went ahead … Continue reading

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