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    Projects, Problems and Challenges

    Activities within a classroom are designed to give learners the best opportunity to acquire  knowledge and apply understanding. In the same vein that we teach that mathematical strategies are comparable to a technician’s tool belt, to be used at a
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    Make it Real

    Oh How Times Have Changed It is interesting how education has changed over the years and decades.  One particular area is mathematics.  As I was skimming the different readings, I enjoyed the following: "If you know the history, this is the way
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    Making the Invisible Visible

    [caption id="attachment_236" align="aligncenter" width="475"] Dancing With Invisible Light by Audrey Penven CC via flickr[/caption] Of all the articles I have read this past month, one of the ones that struck me the most was Digitally Speaking / Pos
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    Going Global

    [caption id="attachment_137" align="alignleft" width="280"] Earth-in-hands-globe http://myzestrategies.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/earth-in-hands-globe.jpg[/caption] I think it is fitting as I end Course 1 that I have been asked to reflect on g
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    Math Stories

      [caption id="attachment_108" align="alignleft" width="358"] http://drralph.pbworks.com/w/page/45036512/Group_F11Z[/caption] I had the pleasure of meeting Dan Meyer at a Math conference in Doha, Qatar about 5 years ago. While there I lear
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    That's So OP!

    Recently in my Higher Level Math class we started studying vectors. As we worked together to develop our understanding of the vector equation of a line in three-dimensional space, I found myself at one point summarizing for the students what we had