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Emotions in Learning and Make it Stick!

Well, the holidays are almost over and the busy classrooms will soon get most of our attention (and time). It would become more challenging to browse the increasing flow of information regarding the latest developments of pedagogical theory. I wanted to share a couple of links and resources that came to me through the blog […] Find out more

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Subject Reports Comments on Mathematical Exploration

The latest subject report for the IB examination from May 2014 was eagerly awaited by colleagues as this was the first time the new syllabus was examined. Another reason for interest was to check and compare our understanding and practice in developing the newly introduced type of internal assessment for HL and SL – the […] Find out more

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Mathematical Impressions

In my first post on this blog (not so many months ago) I was wondering what will be our experience as teachers in helping the students developing their explorations. It is still early days, of course, and I am still waiting for some of my students to produce their “final” versions. Looking back however I […] Find out more

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The Mathematical Sciences in the 21st century

In the last day of 2013 it seems appropriate to browse two books published by the National Academies Press – both of them represent reports of an interesting project The Mathematical Sciences in 2025. They can be read online freely (and after a registration a PDF version can be downloaded as well). I find particularly interesting and […] Find out more

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Thinking Mathematically

Recently I have discovered by chance a book that many of you may already know – “Thinking Mathematically” by J.Mason, L.Burton and K.Stacey.   As it is usually the case, one thing leads to another (click after click :-)), and from the introduction of the book I learned about a video that records a “lecture” by George […] Find out more

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The Year of the (Mathematical) Exploration

This will be my first post aimed at colleagues teaching Mathematics for the IBDP  and I feel humbled and privileged by the task. I have no difficulties in identifying one of the most burning area of concern for us. In our school we are in the beginning  of  the process of developing the mathematical explorations […] Find out more

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