Eliciting Critical Thinking through Purposeful Questioning

Author: Sam Rhodes1
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  • 1 Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA

Teachers can use the SCAMPER framework to help students understand and appreciate rich mathematical connections in topics such as functions. The framework facilitates critical and creative thinking by allowing students to explore concepts through open mathematics.

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    • Sample Relation Cards (169 KB)
    • Sample Scaffolded Model (96.1 KB)
Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12
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