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Friday, November 5, 2010
Promo for NCTM Indy 2011 mtg: Pseudo or Real?
Of the four only one is "real." The others I would argue are candidates for being pseudocontextual.* Do you agree?
*See Dan Meyer's blog entry regarding pseudocontextualizing in math especially if you haven't heard of Dan Meyer who has captured the math blogging online world by storm.
Posted by Ihor Charischak at 1:20 PM 7 comments:
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Computational Thinking, Google and Dan Meyer
In Dan Meyer's latest blog he writes about his project at Google on Computational Thinking. Google, one of the premier forces trying to reinvent the paradigm for teaching and learning, looked to a bunch of high school math teachers for help. Follow Dan's take on all of this starting with his blog entry.
Posted by Ihor Charischak at 11:24 AM No comments:
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