Inquiry Maths introduction.ppt
Learning through inquiry What students say My independent learning ability has improved. It made me think outside the box! (year 11) Having a say in what we do makes me work harder. (year 10) I ask lots more questions in maths after doing inquiry lessons. Last week I made up my own inquiry on enlargements. (year 8) I benefited from an inquiry lesson as I could show how I proved my answer was correct using algebra. (year 8)
www.inquirymaths.org is independent of all companies and organisations. The website was created by Andrew Blair, a secondary school teacher, to promote inquiry learning in mathematics classrooms and is being developed in collaboration with teachers from around the world. Their experiences and reflections enrich its pages. 
Most viewed inquiries in October 2018
Inquiry Maths posts

A reply to Mr Barton
A reply to Mr Barton Earlier this year Craig Barton's book How I Wish I'd Taught Maths appeared. Many colleagues told me of their disappointment that Craig (the ...
Posted 7 Nov 2018, 13:15 by Andrew Blair

Extending an inquiry into the second lesson and beyond
Extending an inquiry into the second lesson and beyond Teachers have used Inquiry Maths prompts as stimuli for tasks that last one lesson. Through the prompt, they generate one ...
Posted 22 Aug 2018, 02:51 by Andrew Blair
Inquiry Maths workshops
Thursday 13th December, 2018 University of Cambridge (not open for public registration)
January 2019 (date tbc) London Metropolitan University (not open for public registration) Saturday 2nd February, 2019 Southern Rocks 19 Hindhead, Surrey, UK Monday 4th March, 2019 Institute of Education  UCL, London (not open for public registration) Monday 1st July, 2019 North West Three Maths Hub St Helens, UK
"A dynamic approach to mathematics  inspiring stuff." See a report on the Inquiry Maths session at Southern Rocks 18 (Saturday 3rd February, 2018) in the journal Teach Secondary here.
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