Three Good Problems

“Problem solving is hunting. It is savage pleasure and we are born to it,” said Thomas Harris. A good problem engages the learner is a pleasure that feeds our desire to do more. As Thomas Harris suggests, we are born to it and yet our learners so often drudge into our math classes like an […]

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Literacy in Mathematics

The role of literacy is a life skill we often assume is relegated to English class or we confuse our learners reading a text with comprehension, and we need to play a much larger part in creating opportunities for learners to practice and develop their literary skills. Mathematical texts tend to be very dense, meaning the […]

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