Reform Math vs. Inquiry Science | Paul Bruno

Ed Real has an interesting post up about “reform math”. It’s a hard piece to excerpt but it has a lot of good bits and you should read the whole thing.

I’m not a math teacher, but much of what he says rings true to me. The parallels between reform math (as he describes it) and “progressive” science education – inquiry, discovery, PBL, etc. – are striking. A few thoughts on the apparent similarities and differences:

via Reform Math vs. Inquiry Science | Paul Bruno.

 

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