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## Inquiry-Based Learning at the College-level

- Discovering the Art of Mathematics: www.artofmathematics.org
**Pedagogy:**Mentoring, resources, videos, blogs for Inquiry Based Learning

**Materials:**Mathematics for Liberal Arts- AIBL: Academy of Inquiry Based Learning: www.inquirybasedlearning.org
- Mentoring, small grants, visiting speakers, workshops, ...
- Process oriented guided inquiry learning: POGIL.org
- For example: Calculus I, Wiley Custom Books
- Math for Liberal Arts: Introduction to Game Theory: a Discovery Approach
- Open Access IBL materials for Math for Liberal Arts: Game Theory, from Jennifer Firkins Nordstrom, Linkins College (interactive online and static PDF versions)
- Desmos Class Online Activities -- Algebra, Functions, and Pre-Calculus: teacher.desmos.com
- Student-centered, online activities for Algebra, Functions, and Pre-Calculus (w/ diagnostic teacher tools).
- Pre-Calculus (Mairead Green & Paula Shorter, Rockhurst U): iblcalculus.com/precalculus
- Student-centered, in-class activities for Pre-Calculus, accompanied by instructor support materials.
- Pre-Calculus (Philip DeOrsey, Westfield State University): https://www.artofmathematics.org/sites/default/files/precalculus-pdo.pdf
- Student-centered, in-class activities for Pre-Calculus
- Pre-Calculus Workbook (Matt Jones and Sharon Lanaghan, Cal State Dominguez Hills):
- Student-centered, in-class activities for Pre-Calculus: Pre-Calc Workbook Fall 2017.
- IBL Calculus (Mairead Green & Paula Shorter, Rockhurst U): iblcalculus.com
- Student-centered, in-class activities for a year-long Calculus I and Calculus II sequence, accompanied by instructor support materials.
- Calculus (Yousuf George, Nazareth College):
- The materials engage students in problem solving and presenting their thinking in class. Submitted for publication in the Journal of Inquiry-Based Learning in Mathematics. Email cgeorge0@naz.edu to ask for a copy of the materials.
- "Active Calculus (Matt Boelkins, Grand Valley State University):
- Student-centered, in-class activities for a year-long Calculus I, II, III sequence:

https://activecalculus.org/ - Active Learning Calculus (Boulder/Omaha Active Learning Alliance): http://math.colorado.edu/activecalc/
- Student-centered, in-class activities for a year-long Calculus I and Calculus II sequence
- IBL Multivariable Calculus (draft) (Christine von Renesse, Amy Ksir, Mairead Greene): IBL Multivariable Calculus (draft PDF)
- Student-centered, in-class activities for multivariable calculus
- Linear Algebra (Mairead Greene & Paula Shorter, Rockhurst U
- https://sites.google.com/site/rockhurstlinearalgebrawiki/
- Understanding Linear Algebra (David Austin)
- https://davidaustinm.github.io/ula/ula.html

- Linear Algebra (IOLA, VT)
- http://iola.math.vt.edu/
- Linear Algebra, DE, Calc III (Elisabeth Thoren, UCSB)
- Email Elisabeth Thoren, UCSB.
- Teaching Abstract Algebra for Understanding (TAAFU)
- http://www.web.pdx.edu/~slarsen/TAAFU/
- Journal for Inquiry Based Learning in Mathematics, JIBLM.org:
- Variety of Materials for upper level IBL mathematics courses, IBL Calculus, IBL Statistics,...
- Introduction to Statistics: Openintro Statistics (Diez et al)
- https://leanpub.com/openintro-statistics
- Elementary Statistics IBL Notes, Catherine Dillard, Holyoke Community College, MA
- Pre-midterm packet (Word) (Pre-midterm 1 (pdf), pre-midterm 2 (pdf)), Post-midterm packet (Word) (pdf), Statistical Research Article
- An Introduction to Proof via Inquiry-Based Learning, https://github.com/dcernst/IBL-IntroToProof
- Notes by Dana Ernst
- Resources from Prof. Annalisa Crannell, https://www.fandm.edu/annalisa-crannell/course-materials
- Includes Abstract Algebra, Analysis, Calculus and more
- Mathematics for future elementary and secondary Math Teachers (University of Wisconsin) https://uwosh.edu/mathematics/outreach/big-ideas/
- Includes Numbers and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Probability and Stats, College Algebra

## High School & (Community) College

- "College Algebra," Big Ideas in Mathematics, Oshkosh, Wisconsin https://uwosh.edu/mathematics/outreach/big-ideas/
- Inquiry-based textbook for College Algebra, which takes a similar approach as the "Big Ideas" series from the same authors, adapting many of the same activities from the Modern Algebra textbook, but aimed at a general College Algebra audience. "Big Ideas College Algebra" is available for download from the above link.
- "Meaningful Math" based on the IMP Interactive Mathematics Program: publisher: http://activatelearning.com/meaningful-math/
- Either: integrated 4-year mathematics; Or separated into Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II.
- Connected Mathematics: https://connectedmath.msu.edu/
- Complete problem-centered middle school mathematics curriculum.
- Interactive Mathematics: https://www.intmath.com/
- Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, ...
- Problem-based Curricula: https://www.carmelschettino.org/
- Incl. geometry, honors geometry, algebraic geometry, ...
- NRICH - Rich mathematical tasks (K-16) http://nrich.maths.org/
- NRICH promotes the learning of mathematics through problem solving.
- Core-Plus Mathematics http://core-plusmath.org/
- Problem-based and inquiry-oriented curriculum for the 4 years of high school, NSF funded.
- College Preparatory Mathematics (CPM) https://cpm.org/
- Problem-based curriculum for middle and high school
- Exeter Materials https://www.exeter.edu/mathproblems
- Problem Sets for High School

## Middle School and Highschool

## Teacher Preparation and K-8 Materials

- Jo Boaler: youcubed https://www.youcubed.org/tasks/
- some great activities K-8 and lots of resources
- Mathematics for Elementary Teachers (OER) by Michelle Manes
- Open Educational Resource (HTML and PDF): http://pressbooks-dev.oer.hawaii.edu/math111/
- Big Ideas in Mathematics for Future Teachers, Oshkosh, Wisconsin https://www.uwosh.edu/mathematics/BigIdeas
- The Big Ideas in Mathematics for Future Teachers series has six textbooks.The first two books in the series can be used in a standard two-course sequence of mathematics for elementary teachers:
Number and Operations (updated Summer 2019).

Geometry and Data Analysis (updated Summer 2019)The subsequent four books in the series are intended for use in mathematics teaching major and minor programs:

Modern Algebra (updated Summer 2019)

Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometries

Infinite Processes (updated Summer 2019)

Probability and StatisticsYou can download the "Big Ideas in Mathematics for Future Teachers" books from the above link.

- "Investigations" -- Inquiry-centered mathematics curriculum for K-5
- "Investigations"

Related Teacher PD: Mt. Holyoke Summer Programs for Teachers http://mathleadership.org/programs/summer-institutes/ - Realistic Mathematics Education
- Freudenthal, guided reinvention, realistic math vs. mechanistic math, Freudenthal Institue
- K-8: Math in the City & Young Mathematicians at Work
- Based on Realistic Math Education

Math in the City: Workshops, Summer Institutes, Materials: http://education.ccny.cuny.edu/mitcccny/

Young Mathematicians at Work: Teacher Preparation and PD ( https://www.heinemann.com/products/e03385.aspx ) - NRICH - Rich mathematical tasks (K-16) http://nrich.maths.org/
- NRICH promotes the learning of mathematics through problem solving.