IBL Resources

Many other people and organizations are providing support and valuable resources in support of Inquiry-Based Learning. We list a collection of resources that we're aware of. Please send us additional resources that you have found valuable (Contact us).

Inquiry-Based Learning at the College-level

Discovering the Art of Mathematics: www.artofmathematics.org
Pedagogy: Mentoring, resources, videos, blogs for Inquiry Based Learning
Materials: Mathematics for Liberal Arts
AIBL: Academy of Inquiry Based Learning: www.inquirybasedlearning.org
Mentoring, small grants, visiting speakers, workshops, ...
Process oriented guided inquiry learning: POGIL.org
For example: Calculus I, Wiley Custom Books ( https://issuu.com/wiley_publishing/docs/pogil_calculus1_red )
MLA: Introduction to Game Theory: a Discovery Approach (free PDF download page)
Open Access IBL materials for MLA, from Jennifer Firkins Nordstrom, Linkins College
IBL Calculus (Mairead Green & Paula Shorter, Rockhurst U): iblcalculus.com
Student-centered, in-class activities for a year-long Calculus I and Calculus II sequence, accompanied by instructor support materials.
Active Learning Calculus (Boulder/Omaha Active Learning Alliance): http://math.colorado.edu/activecalc/
Student-centered, in-class activities for a year-long Calculus I and Calculus II sequence
Linear Algebra (Mairead Greene & Paula Shorter, Rockhurst U)
https://sites.google.com/site/rockhurstlinearalgebrawiki/
Linear Algebra (IOLA, VT)
http://iola.math.vt.edu/
Linear Algebra, DE, Calc III (Elisabeth Thoren, UCSB)
Email Elisabeth Thoren, UCSB.
"Active Calculus/Open Calculus" (may request TeX sources)
http://faculty.gvsu.edu/boelkinm/Home/Open_Calculus.html
Teaching Abstract Algebra for Understanding (TAAFU)
http://www.web.pdx.edu/~slarsen/TAAFU/home.php
Journal for Inquiry Based Learning in Mathematics, JIBLM.org:
Variety of Materials for upper level IBL mathematics courses, IBL Calculus, IBL Statistics,...
Basic Statistics IBL Notes, http://statweb.calpoly.edu/arossman/stat217/
Notes by Allan Rossman

High School & (Community) College

"Meaningful Math" based on the IMP Interactive Mathematics Program: publisher: https://www.iat.com/courses/mathematics/
Either: integrated 4-year mathematics; Or separated into Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II.
Connected Mathematics: https://connectedmath.msu.edu/
Complete problem-centered middle school mathematics curriculum.
Interactive Mathematics: http://www.intmath.com/
Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, ...
Problem-based Curricula: http://www.carmelschettino.com/wp/in-the-classroom/teaching/
Incl. geometry, honors geometry, algebraic geometry, ...
NRICH - Rich mathematical tasks (K-16) http://nrich.maths.org/
NRICH promotes the learning of mathematics through problem solving.
Core-Plus Mathematics http://www.cpmponline.org/
Problem-based and inquiry-oriented curriculum for the 4 years of high school, NSF funded.
College Preparatory Mathematics (CPM) http://www.cpm.org/
Problem-based curriculum for middle and high school

Teacher Preparation and K-8 Materials

"Investigations" -- Inquiry-centered mathematics curriculum for K-5
"Investigations"
Related Teacher PD: Mt. Holyoke Summer Programs for Teachers http://mathleadership.org/programs/summer-institutes/
Realistic Mathematics Education
Freudenthal, guided reinvention, realistic math vs. mechanistic math, Freudenthal Institue
K-8: Math in the City & Young Mathematicians at Work
Based on Realistic Math Education
Math in the City: Workshops, Summer Institutes, Materials: http://mitcccny.org/
Young Mathematicians at Work: Teacher Preparation and PD ( http://www.heinemann.com/products/E03385.aspx )
NRICH - Rich mathematical tasks (K-16) http://nrich.maths.org/
NRICH promotes the learning of mathematics through problem solving.