Tag Archives: inquiry based teaching

Teaching Processes Destroys a Growth Mindset

Teaching Processes Destroys a Growth Mindset

Are you still teaching math processes? Perhaps it’s time to stop.More

The Learning Cycle

The Learning Cycle

What does real learning look like? Check out this learning cycle – and where it can end up.More

Math Skills in a Math Toolbox

Math Skills in a Math Toolbox

Do your kids have a math toolbox? Are they comfortable choosing any tool they like?More

Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated Instruction

It’s a great term for a great idea. Turns out I’ve been doing it for a long while. Check out the tips. (First in a series.)More

Teach a Man to Fish… Really?

Teach a Man to Fish… Really?

Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day… But is teaching him to fish really any better?More

Improving Creativity with Technology

Improving Creativity with Technology

As a vehement opponent of calculators, this article is as surprising to me as it might be to anyone! Here’s how to use technology and calculators to encourage discovery and creativity in math!More

How to Create an Inquiry Zone for Math Learning

How to Create an Inquiry Zone for Math Learning

Here’re some tips on creating a safe discovery atmosphere – an Inquiry Zone – for math learning.More

Inquiry-based Math Instruction

Inquiry-based Math Instruction

Inspired by twitter friends, here are some ideas on creating a better math learning environment using inquiry-based math instruction.More