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Hello. I teach common core math 1 (and higher) in a North Carolina public school. I have already moved somewhat away fr "notes and practice" methods toward inductive and discussion methods, and I have small experience with task or project learning. I think that maths learning should come fr experiences. However, I wonder if Natural Math has to start at younger ages to be effective. How might I use your ideas as a key part of high school math courses? Are there resources or even curricula that approach HS math this way?

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Maria Droujkova

**Answer** by Maria Droujkova , Make math your own, to make your own math
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Feb 06 at 01:32 PM

Thank you for reaching out, neighbor! Our home base is in the Raleigh-Durham area. Natural Math does work with older students, including adult learners. Maker math; emotional support; the sense of belonging with math - all these principles work at all ages. Among our resources, you probably want "Playing with Math" anthology. It has great high school activities and how-to: https://naturalmath.com/playingwithmath/ You can download the PDF to check it out.

For more curriculum-like resources, try these awesome math friends:

https://www.explodingdots.org/

https://betterexplained.com/calculus/

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