101 Questions | Pictures and videos that support inquiry |

Agree or Disagree? | Choose a side. Start a fight. Justify. Ask questions. Ask for information. |

Always True, Sometimes True, or Never True? | Math talk support |

Andrew Stadel’s 3 Act Math | Google doc spreadsheet of 3-Act math |

Authentic Inquiry Maths Blog | Blog |

Dan Meyer 3 Act Math | Google doc spreadsheet of 3-Act math |

Desmos | “What does the math textbook of the future look like?” Dan Meyer |

Emergent Math | Grades 4-12 (U.S. problem-based learning curriculum maps) |

Eric Milou’s collection of 3-Act Math | A collection of 3-Act math lessons |

Estimation 180 | Building number sense one day at a time |

Explore Learning | Simulations that power inquiry and understanding |

Fawn Nguyen | A Blog full of rich conceptual discussions – for teachers only |

Field-Tested Learning Assessment Guide (FLAG) | Mathematical Thinking Tasks |

Graham Fletcher’s 3 Act Math | Blog with 3-Act links |

Graphing Stories … Fifteen seconds at a time | Short video stories that help students learn to graph on a plane |

Henwood Math | Conceptual development lessons |

Hungry Teacher | 11 free lessons, $25 per year subscription |

Illuminations | Strand searchable rich tasks |

Inquiry Maths | Model of teaching that encourages students to regulate their own activity while exploring a mathematical statement (called a prompt) |

Inquiry Maths Assessment Framework | Mathematical thinking “Look Fors” |

Math Assessment Project (mathshell) | Robust classroom challenges |

Math Talks | Grade 6-9 number talks and pattern talks |

Math Thinking | Sharing thinking about math from students |

Mathalicious | Free lessons available, excellent inquiry-based lessons |

Mathematical Beginnings | Learning to ask effective mathematical questions |

Mrs. Diehls Math Site | Real kids, real mathematics |

Nathan Kraft | 3-Act Math Inquiry |

nrich – enriching mathematics | Rich mathematical tasks |

Open Curriculum | Lessons, activities, etc. |

Open Middle | Multiple ways to approach and ultimately solve the problem. |

Play With Your Math | These multiple-grade-level problems will require you to try, fail, and adjust |

Pot Luck | A variety of Inquiry supports |

Reason and Wonder | A selection of curated problem-based and open middle problems |

Robert Kaplinsky | More problem-based lessons |

Sam j Shah | Blog |

Tap Into Teen Minds | 3-Act math linked to the Ontario Curriculum |

Timon Piccini | 3-Act Math Inquiry |

University of Waterloo | Real world problems designed for grades 9-10 and later. |

Visual patterns | Gallery style, possibly the best site for generalizing patterns |

When Math Happens | PBL, 3-Act math, and mindset resources |

Which One Doesn’t Belong? | Start an argument – promotes justifying and reasoning |

Would You Rather? | Asking students to choose their own path and justify it |

Youcubed | Tasks by Stanford professor Jo Boaler |

Yummy Math | Relevant and current math problems ($18 US for solutions) |

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