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7th and 8th Grade additions to the Great Inquiry-Based Curriculum Mapping Project

If you haven’t read last week’s introductory post or description of the Great Inquiry-Based Curriculum Mapping Project, please do so. Here’s the short description: there are some open google docs that tie math standards to activities, problems, projects, blog-posts and/or … Continue reading

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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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Let’s crowd-source this ; School closure predictor

A couple weeks ago a fellow New Tech math guru and I travelled to Bowling Green, KY to observe some teacher activities. Sadly, school was iced out such that there was a round of early school closures on Day 1 … Continue reading

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