PCMI, Summer 2008
Secondary School Teacher Program

Problem Solving Resources at The Math Forum

At the Math Forum @ Drexel we ask students to write solutions to our Problems of the Week (PoWs) that explain both their process and their reasoning. We often ask students and their teachers to think of this process similar to the writing process. The point is not to quickly get it over and done but to think, reflect, revise and master.
Suzanne demonstrates: If I am a member, here is what I can do...
Go to the Math Forum
Select Problems & Puzzles
Select the service: FunPoW, PreAlgPoW, AlgPoW, GeoPoW, LibraryPoW, Write Math
Peg explains: What I do because I have limited technology access...
3664 --> Peg's version
496 --> Peg's version
Making Effective Use of Math Forum Resources
Staying Connected
What are the Problems of the Week and Why Should I Use Them?
How to Start Problem Solving in Your Classroom
Problem Solving Strategies
The Math Forum Scoring Rubric
Writing to Develop Understanding: The Math Forum @ Drexel's PoWs
Problems of the Week
About the Problems of the Week
PoW Membership Features
Trial Account
Technology Problems of the Week (tPoWs)
Index of tPoWs
Professional Development Opportunities
Online Workshops and Courses

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