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Mathematics Students and Legitimate Peripheral Participation
One of the things that mathematics educators often talk about is the idea of teaching the norms of the discipline of mathematics to students, starting at a fairly young age. In Jo Boaler and Cathlee Humphreys’ book Connecting Mathematical Ideas: … Continue reading
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Why we need Receptive Learning to have Active Learning
In a recent issue of Notices of the AMS, Benjamin Braun, Priscilla Bremser, Art M. Duval, Elise Lockwood, and Diana White make a compelling case to include active learning in mathematics. I want to make a less popular move and … Continue reading
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Daily Quizzes: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly—Part 2
You may recall that quite some time ago, I tried to convince you that giving your students a one or twoquestion quiz every single day had a myriad of good aspects. You can check out why I loved this method in Part … Continue reading
Adapting Problems to Improve their Groupworthiness
In my last blog post, I discussed the importance of using groupworthy tasks with your students. For a task to be groupworthy, it should satisfy three criteria: interdependence (the task is mathematically rich enough that students have to work together), … Continue reading
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