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Blog entryIBL Workflow (Guest Blog by Matt Jones) cvonrenesse06 years 1 month ago
Blog entryThe Story of our Evaluation vecke06 years 1 month ago
PageAcknowledgements cvonrenesse06 years 2 months ago
VideoWave Patterns cvonrenesse06 years 2 months ago
Blog entrySteven Strogatz' Reflection (Part 2) cvonrenesse06 years 3 months ago
ImageIBL workshop, San Luis Obispo, 2015 cvonrenesse06 years 4 months ago
ImageIBL workshop, San Luis Obispo, 2015 cvonrenesse06 years 4 months ago
ImagePBL summit 2015 cvonrenesse06 years 4 months ago
ImageJMM 2014 with Steven Strogatz cvonrenesse06 years 5 months ago
Blog entryA Path to Creating Inquiry Activities cvonrenesse06 years 6 months ago
ImageConversation with a Group cvonrenesse06 years 6 months ago
ImageMisconceptions about Tangent Lines cvonrenesse06 years 6 months ago
QuoteHere then is the recipe of learning. Take a student, place him in a situation of moderate uncertainty about some topic and get out of his way while he gets excited and attentive and directs his exploration to the source of his uncertainty. Moreover, resea cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
ImagePlay Dough in Calculus 3 cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
ImageGroup discussing Fibonacci Numbers with Julian Fleron cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
ImageFibonacci Tree cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
ImageGroup in Calculus 3 discussing Lagrange Multipliers cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
ImageGroup in Calculus 3 discussing Integration cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
QuoteThis class is not easy by any means but I like that it does inspire curiosity by encouraging me to think on my own and explore math. For once I feel like I am actually utilizing my curiosity and the ideas I develop about math. cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
QuoteWe have been able to explore mathematics with pure creativity and imagination. cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
QuoteAfter being taught wrong math for the last 12 years of schooling it’s cool to see real mathematics. With the problems that we get in class I become curious about them. I want to figure them out and I like that the professor doesn’t tell us how to do cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
QuoteOverall, I believe that this class has made me more curious as a person in general, and more willing to be a problem solver. I often find myself using some of the skills that we learn in class in other classes, such as being very precise when explaining cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
QuoteMathematical explorations has helped me with critical thinking problems because in class nothing is handed to us, we work for days on end sometimes on one problem, but it is worth it because it is gratifying to be able to solve a complex problem on my own cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
QuoteI learned that math is a much more open topic and there is room for new ideas and new discoveries. Since there are other ways to do math than just memorizing solutions, it has made me more curious in thinking about how there is much more to mathematics t cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago
QuoteI think so far the thing I enjoy most is the fact that no answer is actually given to us. We ultimately have to find it, and this is definitely changing my curiosity about mathematics. I do not dread walking into your class, I almost look forward to it cvonrenesse06 years 7 months ago

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