## Math PrBL Tasks

Problem-Based Learning (PrBL)

A good task is still hard to find. But these people to a good job of making the process easier. And, if you haven't gotten yourself on Twitter and checked out the Math-Twitter-Blog-o-Sphere (#MTBoS). You're missing out on some great stuff.

Geoff Krall - emergentmath.com

Geoff does a great job compiling resources. I'm particularly fond of his Problem-Based Learning Curriculum work which brings together interesting math tasks from around the internet. This is THE place to start moving your classes towards rich and engaging tasks.

Dan Meyer-- dy/dan

I'm particularly interested in how Dan incorporates technology into his teaching. For example, take a look at his Graphing Stories work. I totally plan on stealing some of his stuff to use in my classroom.

Fawn Nguyen - fawnnguyen.com

Fawn has great tasks for middle school through Algebra 1. Plus, she's a bunch of fun to read. She started a website called Visual Patterns, which I'm just now beginning to explore. It looks like some great stuff to help kids begin to generalize from patterns to equations.

Shawn Cornally - ThinkThankThunk

Great thoughts on education and how let to student questions guide the direction of a lesson. I don't always agree but it does get me thinking.

This is probably the best lesson on Mullets you will ever see:

http://mrvaudrey.com/2012/05/03/the-only-lesson-theyll-remember/

Geoff does a great job compiling resources. I'm particularly fond of his Problem-Based Learning Curriculum work which brings together interesting math tasks from around the internet. This is THE place to start moving your classes towards rich and engaging tasks.

Dan Meyer-- dy/dan

I'm particularly interested in how Dan incorporates technology into his teaching. For example, take a look at his Graphing Stories work. I totally plan on stealing some of his stuff to use in my classroom.

Fawn Nguyen - fawnnguyen.com

Fawn has great tasks for middle school through Algebra 1. Plus, she's a bunch of fun to read. She started a website called Visual Patterns, which I'm just now beginning to explore. It looks like some great stuff to help kids begin to generalize from patterns to equations.

Shawn Cornally - ThinkThankThunk

Great thoughts on education and how let to student questions guide the direction of a lesson. I don't always agree but it does get me thinking.

This is probably the best lesson on Mullets you will ever see:

http://mrvaudrey.com/2012/05/03/the-only-lesson-theyll-remember/