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Barbara Delaney


Marie Hogan


Seth Leavitt

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Glenys Martin

 


Margaret McCloskey

 


Ashley Miller

 


Pamela Million

 

Teaching Mathematics with the Problems of the Week (FunPoW Focus)
Mary Taylor (Loring School, Sudbury, MA, grade 3)
Having always been the "parrot math" person who didn't think I was good at math, it's been empowering to stand back and think about the "why" of it all. This will shape the way that I teach ... read more > >
 
Erica Smith (Learning Community Charter School, Jersey City, NJ, 5th and 6th grade)
I think this course has shaped the way I teach math in a few ways. I have rediscovered through this course that learning math isn't just about memorizing facts and figures, but about gaining meaning and understanding about math concepts ... read more > >
 
Teaching Mathematics with the Problems of the Week (PreAlgPoW Focus)
Janet Cowan (Applewild School, Fitchberg, MA)
I would absolutely recommend this course. I think the PoWs are a deep and engaging problem solving tool. There is so much here, I still feel like I've just scratched the surface ... read more > >
 
Mike Forni (California)
The course has got me excited again to use problem solving through the electronic PoW service because I know that problem solving is one of the true purposes of mathematics. It's so much fun to see students involved in thinking and communication as required by the PoW process ... read more > >
 
Kate Smith (Masterman, Philadelphia, PA)
Yes, I think the Drexel Math Forum offers a wonderful opportunity to ignite students' curiosity, passion and interest in mathematical problem solving ... read more > >

 

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