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Stan Yoshinobu
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Math Professor, Math Educator, Hiking, Photography

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Interview: Professor David Failing, Lewis University
This post is a Q&A interview with Professor David Failing, Lewis University . Professor David Failing has been using IBL methods for the past few years, and recently posted on instagram a nice letter he received from a student about learning to be more comf...
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Interview: Professor Gulden Karakok
This blog post is an interview of Professor Gulden Karakok, University of Northern Colorado. Professor Karakok works in math education and also facilitates IBL Workshops. Thank you, Prof. Karakok for sharing your insights! Tell us about your institution and...
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Interview with Professor Gulden Karakok
Tell us about your institution and what the teaching environment is like, what courses you typically teach? I work at the University of Northern Colorado at the School of Mathematical Sciences. Our university started as a State Normal School to train teache...
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Iceberg Diagram: Fixed-Mindset, Math Anxiety
When students say something like, "I don't learn this way...", it may be the tip of an iceberg. A sign that math anxiety and/or fixed mindsets about learning math lurks underneath the surface. Unless you know the student really well, you may not know the si...
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Setting the Stage by Dana Ernst, Northern Arizona University
Hello IBL community. Here's a short post linking you to Dana's great piece, "Setting the Stage." It's a good way to get started at the beginning of the term thinking about what to do to get your students to be more engaged and build buy-in.  http://danaerns...
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IBL Workshops 2018
Math instructors are the college level are invited to register for 4-day IBL workshops in summer 2018. I am pleased to announce on this blog three summer 2018 workshops, with details in the link below. IBL workshops are designed specifically for college mat...
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Being Flexible
Good teachers are above all flexible. This is one of those sentences that's easy to say and hard to live by daily as a teacher. What I mean by this is that when we are teaching a class with real students and dealing with the real-world ebbs and flows of a c...
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Grouping Strategies and Gender Equity
Hi IBL Community! This is a post on some (but not all) grouping strategies to setup a more equitable learning environment. The main idea I'll focus on in this post is gender. I setup a hypothetical situation of 8 students (2 women, 6 men) to illustrate the ...
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Charlotteville, Courage, Starter Steps
I've been meaning to post again on regular IBL topics, but current events have left me in a state that I have never felt before.  I needed time to process all the thoughts and emotions swirling through my mind and my heart in the aftermath of Charlotteville...
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The Next 20 Years: Moonshot Challenges in Post-Secondary Math Education and IBL
This talk was presented at MathFest 2017 at the IBL Conference, July 28, 2017. The text is provided here for those interested in the IBL Community Challenges. Please sign up and join the effort by going to www.inquirybasedlearning.org/challenges Title : The...
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