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The Time for Inquiry – Where should it be in the learning process of a math classroom

Scrolling through my google reader I saw a quick, short post from David Wees asking how do we encourage more questions and the following image: I am a teacher that believes in inquiry learning and also the power of a student … Continue reading

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Freestyle Barbie Bungee – No Steps Required

After completing day 1 of the infamous Barbie Bungee activity I look on my twitter to see the the following tweet from @ddmeyer: How many different ways can a popular lesson (Barbie Bungee) go wrong? Extremely provocative post from @mathhombre. … Continue reading

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