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I am moving the blog portion to http://noblemath.net. I will slowly move some of the content over. I just felt that things were getting too messy and I wanted a better blog name than “MrMathTutor.”
Here is my first attempt at creating an Explore-Flip-Apply type lesson. These are basically all in draft form. I would like to be able to do this EVERY DAY. Not 100% sure that is going to happen. So far, I … Continue reading
OK. I am guilty of many of these tricks listed here. I’ll try to do better. Promise.
Here is my initial model as I go through the process of reorienting my class to inquiry-based learning. I am sure there are some flaws. Each topic will begin with Explore. This should take 20-30 mins. Some Explore lessons may … Continue reading
While I have been doing the “traditional” flip since 2006, I am exploring ways to improve it. I am going to attempt to keep a record here of my journey, including sources of inspiration, any support research, and even some … Continue reading