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Math inquiry and planning – Where does the curriculum fit?

(Photo courtesy of Flickr user: Mark_twisT) How we view the math curriculum influences how we plan for learning in our math classes. If the curriculum is viewed as content to be covered, then it is understandable that there will be … Continue reading

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Math Inquiry and the English Language Learner – A Cautionary Tale

“Inquiry learning is not possible if language dev is not in place. How can a stdnt choose an inquiry if OL is ‘at risk’? #ORFR”   –  @CarmelCrevola I recall watching a video by Sir Ken Robinson where he describes … Continue reading

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