Monthly Archives: May 2014

Technology in the Classroom

The 21st century classroom is all about learning through rich tasks that are open enough to allow for the 6 C’s (i.e., collaborative inquiry to solve real and relevant problems, creativity and innovation, critical thinking and problem solving, communication, citizenship, and … Continue reading

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Memorization or Learning?

I believe that there is some value in memorizing facts but it is limited.  There is an excellent article written by Marian Small (a K-12 mathematics professor and author) that focuses on this exact issue.  Her opinion, and I would … Continue reading

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