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IBL Workshops


Attending an IBL Workshops is one of the best ways to learn how to teach an IBL course.  At a weeklong workshop, instructors have an opportunity to get away from their daily routine, learn new skills and ideas from experienced IBL instructors, reflect on their teaching practices, and work with colleagues with similar interests.
 
Upcoming IBL Workshops
Please visit http://www.iblworkshop.org for information about workshops supported by AIBL.
 
Discovering the Art of Mathematics, Westfield State University, also conducts workshops for faculty interested in using their materials.  (Link)


Past IBL Workshops
  • 2012 MAA PREP IBL Workshop in Santa Barbara for second year calculus and preservice elementary teachers: Using Inquiry Based Learning in Second-Year Calculus and Courses for Prospective Teachers
  • An IBL Workshop hosted by the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI, May 21-25, 2011.  This workshop was hosted by the University of Michigan Department of Mathematics.  For more information is available HERE.
  • An IBL Workshop was held in 2010 in conjunction with the Legacy of R. L. Moore Conference in Austin, TX. Photos from the 2010 IBL Workshop.
  • In May 2010, the University of Texas hosted an IBL Workshop conducted by Mike Starbird, Ted Odell, Carol Schumacher, and other faculty.  Information is available HERE
  • IBL Workshops conducted by Stan Yoshinobu, were run in 2006, 2007, and 2009.  In 2006 and 2007 the workshops were funded by a grant from the Educational Advancement Foundation.  Each of these workshops were held in Costa Mesa, CA.
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