Designing Problems: Linking a standard to a context

Context isn't everything, but it's often a good thing. Or at least, it's a thing, sometimes only a starting point. While contextualized scenarios aren't necessarily the key that unlocks engagement¬†they¬†may allow students to model, activate students' interests, activate your own interest, or simply serve as a starting point from which to develop a non-routine problem … Continue reading Designing Problems: Linking a standard to a context