Posts Tagged ‘PBL’

10 points for exploring Maths creatively!

Image: Shutterstock/Sergey_Nivens Teaching primary maths should not be bound to any textbook, physical classroom, nor to any single specific learning outcome as set in our curricula. Maths is a term that opens the gate to a richness of opportunities to investigate skills and concepts in a much wider context,...

Using PBL and student-centered activities in Math classes

Image: Shutterstock/Tyler Olson Let’s start from the beginning. How many times have we heard from our students the question: “Why do we have to study this?” As opposite to the (unfortunately, so common!) perception of Maths as being an abstract, mechanic, repetitive and boring subject, the kind of un-escapable every-day ordeal, by means of creative...