Hi Everyone, I am currently a college student at St. John Fisher and we are using the problem-focused math lesson template. This template, if you dont know starts off with a realistic problem that can be solved using the math you intend to teach.Then you have the students can into groups or work individually to solve the problem in any way the makes sense to them and tell them to find a solution and different ways to solve the probelm. After you bring the class together as a whole group share their ways of doing it and then as a teacher share your new way (if it hasnt come from the students). I was just wondering how many teachers out there actually use this way and if they do how often? Also does it really work?