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Inquiry Based Geometry: A Quick-Start Guide to using GeoGebra to let your students investigate geometric properties through hands-on digital discoveries

Once I organize my thoughts, I create my inquiry plan using a template I created based on one I found from a Texas school district.

AsianScientist (May 5, 2016) – As far as stereotypes go, the one of the bookish, bespectacled Asian kid reading in a corner seems to be fairly accurate.

Mathematical knowledge includes knowledge of mathematical facts, concepts, procedures, and the relationships among them; knowledge of the ways that ...

This past year our professional collaborative inquiry has been focused on how materials inspire mathematical thinking. Each participating district chose a ...

Visualization of SLA principal Chris Lehmann's talk about guiding kids toward thinking about how they think

Mathematical Literacy Ability Reviewed from Cognitive Style of Students on Mind mapping Learning Model with Constructivism Approach

An end-of-semester board-game party in Manhattan for students of the Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics program. BEAM teaches New York City kids from ...

Response: The Best Ways To Engage Students In Learning - Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo - Education Week Teacher

Time for a bit of background on the course itself. Our grade 11 physics course is inquiry-based and does not involve traditional lectures.

These awesome and fun Perimeter Activities will get your students excited about math and will enhance their knowledge exponentially!

Conceptual Understanding of Class V Students Judging from Curiosity on Learning Models Group Investigation with Hands on Activity Assisted by Teaching Aids.

Teaching Big Ideas in Mathematics: Equivalence - Prove It: Math and Education Policy - Education Week Teacher

Professional development books for math teachers to sharpen their skills and better meet their students'

Math scavenger hunt - This would be fun for the first week of school, could be changed to fit any grade level….image only

One student asked, “Can we do inquiries every lesson?” Overall, the department summarises the students' response to the prompt as “amazing”.

I like the idea of having children use their hands and physically be able to construct patterns in a way that seems more fun than worksheets but is just as ...

Fibonacci numbers are an interesting mathematical idea. Although not normally taught in the school curriculum, particularly in lower grades, the prevalence ...