Changing Paradigms

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Project-based Learning

You are teaching algorithms in your mathematics course. How will you prepare your students to be 21st Century problem solvers?

1 comment:

Kevin Pyatt said...

Establish use of project based learning opportunities
Build skills in collaboration and interdependence
Enhance skills in leadership, creativity, responsibility, and accountability
Focus on global awareness
Reframe instructional practices to ensure learning opportunities are aligned to the rigor/relevance framework
Relevance and application
Critical thinking
Content integration

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