Monthly Archives: November 2011

Problem Based Learning, start-to-finish, in Ten Minutes

Want to learn more about Problem Based Learning but don’t have time to read several posts with graphics? Want to see what a student-centered math unit looks like from start to finish, but would prefer to see it visually and … Continue reading

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Inquiry-based mathematics: the posing of a problem is only the beginning of the problem-posing process.

We’ve been exploring some of the steps to an inquiry-based lesson in mathematics recently. In the last post, I tossed out a few .png images and laid out a few general steps in preparation for actually getting into the meat … Continue reading

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