1. Stan Yoshinobu
  2. http://www.inquirybasedlearning.org
  3. Professor
  5. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, University of Colorado Boulder, Academy of Inquiry Based Learning
  1. Sandra Laursen
  2. http://www.colorado.edu/eer/people
  3. Senior research associate & co-director
  5. University of Colorado Boulder

PROfessional Development and Uptake through Collaborative Teams (PRODUCT) Sup...

NSF Awards: 1525058

2018 (see original presentation & discussion)

Undergraduate, Graduate

Student success in college Mathematics is critical, not just for Mathematics, but also for many other fields including STEM subjects. While multiple factors exist that explain why students leave the STEM pipeline, (poor) classroom instruction is one of the major factors. Supporting instructional change to methods like inquiry-based learning (IBL) can significantly increase student success, increasingly validated by research students. Hence, we need more college math instructors using IBL methods, and therefore, our project focuses on expanding the professional development capacity of the mathematics profession. Our project develops teams of facilitators to run IBL workshops for college math instructors, which results in increasing the number of math instructors using IBL and increasing the number of math instructors able to teach others how to use IBL. We are growing the movement to bring IBL for all!

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