After reading HuaTian‘s blog which is “inquiry-based learning in the classroom”, I agree with her. In the Math classroom, using inquiry-based learning can mobilize students’ practical and thinking ability. In my opinion, mathematics is a subject that needs to be solved by hands. When the teacher asks a class of mathematical questions, the students answer them. This can make students more impressed with such questions. Of course, as Huatian said, this way can also mobilize the ability of group learning. When I was studying a math class, the teacher also used this way to let us learn math problems. He gave each group a small test before class. Let’s form a free team to solve the problem, and then hand it in. This allows the students in the group to participate in the calculation of the problem, and also creates opportunities for some students to help some students who do not know how to solve the problem.