Mathematics + Pedagogy = Mathagogy

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Oh look this coin has two sides!

Posted by on Dec 1, 2015 in Stephen | No Comments

What are we really arguing about? Is it about how to fix education or is it how to patch the current system? Every week there is a new idea which highlights some yet unthought of, to me, issue with education. An idea one week is often criticised the next if not even the same week. […]

Here’s how its done. Now its your turn.

Posted by on Nov 30, 2015 in Rhys | No Comments

Having watched the video by Michael Pershan and read the article by Andrew Blair I have mixed opinions on the Khan Academy and teaching styles is the US and UK. Having previously been in favour of the Khan academy the video this week has made me think otherwise. In the USA students spend more time […]

We aspire to inquire!

Posted by on Nov 30, 2015 in Sergio | No Comments

This week I will be watching a video critique about Khan Academy by Michael Pershan and an article on inquiry maths by Andrew Blair. It is interesting that both the article and video consider the discussions and pursuit of mathematics through questions of utmost importance. This is akin to the beliefs of Dan Mayer who […]

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