Today’s talk from AMATYC was “Taking the Algebra Out of College Algebra” (to...Read More
Category: Life in the Math Classroom
I am often asked how to get learners to spend more time “exploring” in their learning rather than...Read More
After teaching math at a community college for 10 years (and using online homework for at least 7...Read More
Thanks to Diane, Gary, and Tom … who also contributed ideas to this classroom redesign project idea. Objective: Create classroom spaces specifically for a) actively learning mathematics and b) using technology to...Read More
In my Math for Elementary Teachers (MathET) course, we do a lot of work with math manipulatives, puzzles, and games of various sorts. Some of this work can be done with virtual manipulatives, but only if all the students have a...Read More
Finally, Mathematica 7 is released and I can blog about it! This blog post has been sitting in my queue for several weeks now. Last month I was at the Mathematica User Conference in Champaign, IL and got a sneak peak at...Read More
Let me just say how much I love having a tablet PC to teach with. It is certainly useful for my online classes, but it has also become essential in my face-to-face classes as well. Consider this image, one of the examples we...Read More
Yes, I do have one of these T-Shirts. I had a hard time understanding some of the lyrics, but it seemed blogworthy – here’s the video: Mathematicians: Weapons of Math Instruction Possibly Related Posts: Why use...Read More
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