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ImageReception in the city hall in Hamburg, Germany cvonrenesse07 years 11 months ago
Blog entryMovie “The Proof”: How our students view the process of mathematics photchkiss08 years 2 weeks ago
ImageWorkshop at Loomis Chaffee High School cvonrenesse08 years 1 month ago
ImageLehman College Workshop, NCY cvonrenesse08 years 1 month ago
VideoHonors Composition and Math Explorations Learning Community cvonrenesse08 years 1 month ago
PageReflections on some favorite investigations cvonrenesse08 years 1 month ago
Blog entryRubik's Cube Investigations cvonrenesse08 years 1 month ago
ImageCubing is Fun! cvonrenesse08 years 1 month ago
ImageOther Cubes (Extension Questions) cvonrenesse08 years 1 month ago
ImageSolving the Rubik's Cube cvonrenesse08 years 1 month ago
QuoteBeing in Math Explorations not only made me a better math student but it completely changed how I approach a problem and how I tackle a problem. This is a skill I feel can transfer into any class or course of study at this university as well as have a use cvonrenesse08 years 2 months ago
QuoteWhat really helped with this class was that when you had a solution, Prof Von would have us explain to the class what explanation we had come to, and then, after finishing explaining our rationale, she would have another student repeat what you said and t cvonrenesse08 years 2 months ago
QuoteI can honestly say that I went from a mathematician who was worried that he wouldn’t be able to figure out the math problems given to him this semester, to a mathematician who was excited to find a new problem on the board to figure out every day and is cvonrenesse08 years 2 months ago
QuoteThe explorations I liked the most are the ones like Pascal's triangle. That took me the most time but it really got me thinking about how math works as a whole. I think it challenged me into wanting to know why it worked. cvonrenesse08 years 3 months ago
ImagePRODUCT Leadership Meeting in San Luis Obsipo, 2016 cvonrenesse08 years 3 months ago
QuoteI have noticed I have a hard time explaining why patterns, equations, and principles work. I know how they work, I just can’t seem to explain why. That is my weakness in the class because that is how I lose the most points on the write ups. I am curious cvonrenesse08 years 3 months ago
Blog entrySalsa Rueda and Mathematics cvonrenesse08 years 3 months ago
QuoteMy favorite exploration so far is all of the Rubik’s cube work that we have been doing. Having a structured way of slowly learning how it works and how to solve it is very rewarding. Being able to solve a Rubik’s cube is often associated with being sm cvonrenesse08 years 3 months ago
QuoteI like working with the Rubik’s cube more than anything we have done in the class just because it is more entertaining and I get really into it. Although I am getting the hang of many of the strategies with the Rubik’s cube, I am still very curious ab cvonrenesse08 years 3 months ago
QuoteThe explorations I enjoy most are the ones with the Rubik’s cube. I never would have believed I could solve any part of the cube. At the start of the class I would’ve been happy to get one row filled with the same color. Now, I am getting closer and c cvonrenesse08 years 3 months ago
Blog entryTackling Rascals’ Triangle - How Inquiry Challenges What We Know and How We Know It jfleron08 years 4 months ago
ImageGallery Walk: Skills for Work cvonrenesse08 years 4 months ago
ImageJulian Fleron Teaching cvonrenesse08 years 4 months ago
ImageProf. von Renesse teaching cvonrenesse08 years 4 months ago
ImageGallery Walk: Common Core cvonrenesse08 years 4 months ago

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