One of the big advantages of having students work in random groups on vertical non-permanent surfaces is that it so well facilitates the movement of knowledge between groups. When groups get stuck, they can passively look to the work of others to get a hint – whether that hint is a type of notation, a …. Read More
QUOTES FROM THE BOOK
- Good problem solving tasks require students to get stuck and then to think, to experiment, to try and to fail, and to apply their knowledge in novel ways in order to get unstuck.