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Problem Solving Maps
Module 1 The problem with math education and a proposed direction of a solution
Before anything else please introduce yourself!
Please write your opinion about the main problems with math education
Understanding the problem and developing a direction of a solution for math education (10:28)
A summary of the Problem Solving Maps methodology (10:07)
Module 2 The Example-Conclusion Map
Thinking Inductively: the Example-Conclusion Map (10:08)
Exercise: Build your Example-Conclusion Map
Teacher section: Using the Example-Conclusion Map in the classroom
Module 3 The Multi-Rule Map
Thinking Deductively: the Multi-rule Map (7:26)
Exercise: Build your Multi-Rule Map
Coaching students with the Multi-Rule Map (7:06)
Teacher section: Using the Multi-Rule Map in the classroom
Module 4 The Math-Breaker Map
Analyzing Part 1: the Math-Breaker Map for structured problems (11:08)
Exercise: Build your structured problem Math-Breaker Map
Analyzing Part 2: the Math-Breaker Map for semi-structured problems (16:34)
Exercise: Build your semi-structured Math-Breaker Map
Coaching students with the Math-Breaker Map (7:26)
Teacher section: Using the Math-Breaker Map in the classroom
Module 5 The advantages of the Problem Solving Maps teaching strategy
Exploring the advantages of the Problem Solving Maps methodology (5:50)
Discussion: Implementing the Problem Solving Maps methodology
Discussion: Implementing the Problem Solving Maps methodology
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