- describes how growing up as an immigrant in America impacted his learning
- tells how he discovered the secret to working with unmotivated students
- Explores the idea that alternative ways of teaching and learning are the keys to powerful, dynamic teaching and learning that motivates students
- discusses his experiences in a private, child-centered school, where he used computers to practice the teaching and learning he was excited about
- relays how the real-life game of craps inspired a reluctant student to ask questions about the mathematical intricacies of the game
- brings to life his experiences with computers in teaching math
- details his vision of the dynamic math classroom
- introduces Math 2.0, a powerful environment that uses mathematics software and collaborative Web 2.0 tools in a dynamic classroom setting
More information about the Wannado Curriculum is available here.
*Wannado is the heightened version of “want to do” It’s what kids (and adults?) say when they really, really want to do something.