Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Problem Based Learning Starter Kit

You’ve seen the tasks. You’ve read the research. You’re basically bought in. But how do you begin? More importantly, how do you introduce students to inquiry driven learning? Or maybe you’re not convinced. Perhaps you maintain that the teacher is … Continue reading

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A Critical Ingredient Missing From My Math Blogging

Recently I came to a convicting realization recently with the help of a friend. If I’m painting with a broad brush, I’d suggest that effective math classrooms have three things in place: Quality mathematical tasks Effective facilitation Social and emotional … Continue reading

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