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Flip Your Class: Social Distancing Edition by Jeff Suzuki Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade, you know that one of the buzzwords in education is active learning: Be the guide on the side, not the … Continue reading
The Crisis in American Education John Ewing American education is in crisis… I’m told. Want evidence? Look on the Internet. Search for “education crisis in America” and you will find millions of articles, essays, and (yes) blogs, all describing, … Continue reading
By Roger Howe I have been worrying a lot about mathematics education for over a quarter century now. While many university mathematicians who get involved in mathematics education focus on the need for new teaching methods, I have been drawn … Continue reading
There’s an old slogan, probably due to Seymour Papert: “You can’t think about thinking unless you think about thinking about something.” Sense making is about the habits and practices used to understand mathematics, and making sense is about applying those practices to a particular structuring of mathematics itself.