The Learning Challenge is one way to explain why more challenge leads to enhanced learning. It helps teachers structure lessons, and students challenge themselves. Created by James Nottingham (@JamesN
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Math 24 game: Use all 4 numbers and algebra to make 24! Classical math game from China, best brainteaser to train your brain!
Tom Wujec presents some surprisingly deep research into the "marshmallow problem" -- a simple team-building exercise that involves dry spaghetti, one yard of tape and a marshmallow. Who can build the
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How you think matters. Estimations make you practice your thinking skills!
The importance of failure - for effective learning, growth mindset, and quality through experimentation.
Critical thinking and exercising your brain is required to complete this worksheet!
Try this activity to exercise your brain!
'Human Knot' is a get-to-know-you icebreaker and initial activity for a group which is learning about one another and how to work together. It involves close physical proximity and touch, which needs
Carol Dweck talks about "the power of yet". She discusses her experiences and how it can be beneficial to students!
Tiled Area Questions are designed to provide students with the opportunity to compose and decompose numbers. This post primarily focuses on fractions. How many ways can you think about these?