Teachers, in honor of this week’s sweet-filled celebrations, why not treat your students to a chocolate-themed challenge that builds problem solving skills?!
A sugar-free way to boost brainpower!
Teachers love the way playing Chocolate Fix helps students articulate their thinking process and describe their problem solving steps. To introduce the game, visit the Chocolate Fix page [...]
The following post is by Dawn Morris, whose blog Moms Inspire Learning focuses on resources and strategies to inspire lifelong learning, reading, and leading. A former CPA, Dawn changed careers and earned an M.A. in Childhood Education and now shares her passion for teaching kids to embrace a lifelong love of learning!
The following is an [...]
This past weekend I made my bi-annual trek to the Gathering for Gardner, a four day celebration of recreational intellectualism held in honor of Martin Gardner, who was for many years the Mathematical Games columnist for Scientific American. Martin is a hero to generations of mathematicians, magicians, metagrobologists (puzzle lovers), skeptics, Lewis Carroll and L. [...]