A Century of Mathematics in America [3 vols] by Peter L Duren; Richard Askey; Uta C Merzbach; Harold M

By Peter L Duren; Richard Askey; Uta C Merzbach; Harold M Edwards

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Initial Explorations 31 6/6/06 10:38:17 AM The notion of taking ownership over ideas and the direction of investiga‑ tions is one of these common principles. These beginning activities have allowed you to experience this principle. , feeling curriculum? How can you organize or a need for more structure and getting the correct answers), and so forth. structure your classroom to stimulate Young children may not react this way, while older children may react curiosity and support children’s curiin ways similar to adults.

Structure your classroom to stimulate Young children may not react this way, while older children may react curiosity and support children’s curiin ways similar to adults. Most schooling seems to socialize people into osity and their continued inquiry? ✦ It is important to communicate expecting that learning situations must be structured, controlled by the (verbally and in one’s actions) to teacher, and focused on getting the correct answer. In order to change students that curiosity is valued and such expectations among your own students, you may have to make your that children need to follow their new expectations very clear, then patiently persevere and persist in such curiosity in exploring and investigating their questions.

What patterns do you see in the data you have collected? What do these patterns suggest about how hand lenses work? How are these patterns similar to those collected when you set paper on fire? Set up a mirror so that some object is visible in the mirror. If you were to use a hand lens to focus on the object in the mirror, how far away do you think you would need to hold the hand lens? − Use a hand lens to focus on the object in the mirror. Measure the distance from the mirror to the hand lens and from the mirror to the object.

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