Imagine a classroom in which math is taught not only as an intellectual discipline but also as a creative endeavor. Evidence is mounting about how inquiry-based Math education techniques are converting people who used to hate Math into people who really begin to appreciate Math. Here is an article in The Atlantic magazine talking about the trend.
Changing the way we teach Math May 27, 2015
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