Monthly Archives: April 2015

Taming the Coverage Beast

By Priscilla Bremser, Contributing Editor, Middlebury College By the end of every workshop and conference session on Inquiry-Based Learning that I’ve attended, someone has raised a hand to ask about coverage. “Don’t you have to sacrifice coverage if you teach … Continue reading

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Inquiry-Oriented Instruction: What It Is and How We Are Trying to Help

By Estrella Johnson, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at Virginia Tech University, Karen Keene, Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at North Carolina State University, and Christy Andrews-Larson, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at Florida State University Making fundamental changes to … Continue reading

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The Power of Undergraduate Researchers

By Audrey St. John, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Mount Holyoke College When I first started teaching, I was mystified (and, frankly, at times panicked) at the thought of having undergraduates work with me on research. I realized this … Continue reading

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