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Inquiry Based Science and Mathematics Education

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Hello


I have a few experiences with inquiry based mathematics education.

This is a list of interesting topics you can explore with GeoGebra (www.geogebra.org)

Koch's curve (fractals)
Superformule
Fibonacci's sequence
Haberdasher puzzle
Béziers curve

Ivan
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2/13/12 5:31 PM as a reply to Ivan De Winne.
Hello, Ivan
I have used Geogebra only a bit. But I have more experience with Modellus, it can be useful for IBSME both the Maths and in Physics. One can model physical processes inmaqthematical terms.

Best regards!
Peter
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2/15/12 6:21 PM as a reply to Peter Zwaveg.
Peter Zwaveg:
Hello, Ivan
I have used Geogebra only a bit. But I have more experience with Modellus, it can be useful for IBSME both the Maths and in Physics. One can model physical processes inmaqthematical terms.

Best regards!
Peter


I agree with Peter, I have used Modellus a bit and find it quite amazing. I even found many examples n internet which i could use directly.
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inquiry based learning
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4/26/15 6:57 PM as a reply to Ivan De Winne.
Hi Ivan

You should see different examples from Turkey in terms of inquiry based learning.

Here is the link :

Scientix conference for Turkey

Best Regards
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