The Academy of Inquiry Based Learning
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|A "big tent" community of instructors, teachers, and supporters of inquiry-based learning (IBL), the Academy of Inquiry Based Learning (AIBL) supports the education of students "deeply engaged in rich mathematical tasks who have ample opportunities to collaborate with peers." See, in particular, the clips of video creativity in mathematics. The AIBL offers resources such as IBL textbooks; books and resources for teaching with it at the college level; and course materials. It also runs faculty mentoring and small grants programs; and supports workshops funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).|
|Resource Types:||Video, Lesson Plans and Activities, Professional Associations/Societies, Bibliographies|
|Math Ed Topics:||Grouping/Cooperative Learning, Problem-Solving, Teaching Styles/Practices, Continuing Ed, Staff/Prof Development, Pedagogical Research|
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