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  • Posted in: IMPACT Live!

    That sounds great, thanks! I'm not a MAA member but will check with colleagues. Student thinking is a wonderful way to guide instruction. I use it in some classes, and rather than telling them, I ask them how they would solve a problem. It takes more ... More of this discussion

  • Posted in: IMPACT Live!

    In Scot's blog he spoke of the various types of interaction or engagement. I would like to focus on the instructor-to-instructor engagement as it relates to building a thinking classroom. In our Teaching for PROWESS project, one of our colleges has ... More of this discussion

  • Posted in: IMPACT Live!

    Great prompt, April! We liked thinking about this topic so much we wrote a whole book about it! Each chapter is focused on a different course (or major topic, in the case of Calculus.) We present lots of examples of student thinking, most drawn directly ... More of this discussion

  • Posted in: IMPACT Live!

    Thank you for the correction. I should have looked up the spelling. I apologize for not doing my due diligence. ------------------------------ Barbra Steinhurst Portland CC Hillsboro OR ------------------------------ More of this discussion