Posts in TEACHING & LEARNING
Discovering the Art of Mathematics
On Marty Badoian and Being a Canton Mathlete
Echoes from the Past, Looking to the Future
Summa de Arithmetica - a landmark in the development of the modern world
Recent Research into IBL in Mathematics
An Interview with Dr. Cathy O’Neil
StatPREP
Data Science at the 2019 AAAS Annual Meeting: Illustrating Opportunities for Undergraduate Mathematics Education
The Issue of Online Homework
LAUNCHINGS, TEACHING & LEARNINGMadeline AlvisDavid Bressoud, Launchings, calculus, teaching, mathematics education, higher education, pre-calculus, enrollment, trends, undergraduate, statistics, STEM, homework
SUMMIT-P: Revising Early-stage College Math
What is mathematical creativity, how do we develop it, and should we try to measure it? PART 1
Functional Thinking in the Mathematics Curriculum
LAUNCHINGS, TEACHING & LEARNINGErica WangDavid Bressoud, Launchings, calculus, teaching, mathematics education, higher education, pre-calculus, enrollment, trends, undergraduate, statistics, STEM
Reflections on the Just Equations Equity Report
LAUNCHINGS, TEACHING & LEARNINGErica WangDavid Bressoud, Launchings, calculus, teaching, mathematics education, higher education, pre-calculus, enrollment, trends, undergraduate, statistics, STEM
Teaching college-level math to students who grew up in a connected world
Data Analytics in the Undergraduate Curriculum
LAUNCHINGS, TEACHING & LEARNINGErica WangDavid Bressoud, Launchings, calculus, teaching, mathematics education, higher education, pre-calculus, enrollment, trends, undergraduate, statistics, STEM
T-assessment: a Bold Suggestion Modestly Advanced
Devlin's Angle, TEACHING & LEARNINGNissa Hiattautomated math assessment, Common Core State Standards, complex performance task, Jo Boaler, Liping Ma, mathematics, mathematics assessment, mathematics learning, Keith Devlin
Math: EAGER: Assessing Impacts on Student Learning in Mathematics from Inclusion of Biological, Real-World Examples
The Derivative is not the Slope of the Tangent Line
It's High Time to Re-focus Systemic Mathematics Education - and Change the Way We Assess It
Devlin's Angle, TEACHING & LEARNINGNissa HiattKeith Devlin, Common Core, education, elementary arithmetic, Jo Boaler, Liping Ma, mathematics, mathematics assessment, school arithmetic
Should Students Wait until College to Take Calculus?