Lori Cook Makes a Case for Problem Solving in Peer Power
"The Case for Problem Solving," chapter 11 in Peer Power is all about math and how we can be doing it. "Traditionally, math education has focused on 'getting the right answer,' and getting it the fastest." In her chapter, she provides an alternative.
At the end of her chapter, she offers guiding questions to help readers change the learning environment in math.
It doesn't only need to be in math class though.
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