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- Connect educators with mathematical modeling through mentoring, resources, and community
- Help faculty members to learn about, discuss, and implement math modeling instructional approaches and materials via the MMHub

- Ben Galluzzo, Clarkson University
- Maria Luteman Hernandez, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

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The classroom lesson presents students with the task of developing a fair--yet challenging--beanbag toss game.

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The classroom lesson presents students with the task of developing a fair--yet challenging--beanbag toss game.

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The classroom lesson presents students with the task of developing a fair--yet challenging--beanbag toss game.

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This classroom lesson presents students with the task of determining how much water their school would to store in case of an emergency disaster.

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This classroom lesson presents students with the job of designing a zoo, which could include modeling tasks ranging from choosing and locating the exhibits to setting the right admission prices.

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This classroom lesson presents students with the job of designing a zoo, which could include modeling tasks ranging from choosing and locating the exhibits to setting the right admission prices.

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The classroom lesson presents students with the task of developing an optimal design for a school playground.

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This classroom lesson presents students with the task of designing a reading schedule to help them reach an overall (total word) reading goal for the year.

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This classroom modeling project targets the competency of proposing functions that meet certain properties and features, which is part of many modeling processes. It is suitable for high school or undergraduate students. Prerequisite: Algebra.

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This classroom modeling project applies mathematical techniques to solve a problem related to drug dosage patterns. Suitable for high school or undergraduate students. Prerequisite: Calculus I.