This blog post is the fourth in a series of four blog posts exploring the student experience of problem-based learning. The first three posts are available here: (1) “How Do Students Perceive Problem-Based Learning?” (2) “Inviting Students to the Mathematics” (3) “Concrete Representations that Give Students a Way to Get Started.”
Continue reading “Explicit Classroom Norms to Teach Kids How to Learn From Solving Problems”
Okay, so the kids can get started and represent their thinking. But are they really learning? Am I really teaching? What are we doing here?