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Rasmussen, Chris; Dunmyre, Justin; Fortune, Nicholas; Keene, Karen – PRIMUS, 2019

This article provides an overview of a modeling sequence that culminates in student reinvention of a bifurcation diagram. The sequence is the result of years of classroom-based research and curriculum development grounded in the instructional design theory of Realistic Mathematics Education. The sequence of modeling tasks and examples of student…

Descriptors: Mathematical Models, Teaching Methods, Mathematics Instruction, Inquiry

Zandieh, Michelle; Wawro, Megan; Rasmussen, Chris – PRIMUS, 2017

In this paper we address practical questions such as: How do symbols appear and evolve in an inquiry-oriented classroom? How can an instructor connect students with traditional notation and vocabulary without undermining their sense of ownership of the material? We tender an example from linear algebra that highlights the roles of the instructor…

Descriptors: Algebra, Mathematics, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Education

Rasmussen, Chris; Keynes, Michael – PRIMUS, 2003

The purpose of this paper is to describe an instructional sequence where students invent a method for locating lines of eigenvectors and corresponding solutions to systems of two first order linear ordinary differential equations with constant coefficients. The significance of this paper is two-fold. First, it represents an innovative alternative…

Descriptors: Prediction, Concept Formation, Equations (Mathematics), Generalization