Posts in TEACHING & LEARNING
Part 1: Resisting the Temptation to Skip the “Good” Stuff
Calculus Reordered: A History of the Big Ideas
Mathematics is a way of thinking - how can we best teach it?
Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program at Xavier University
Evaluating the Educational Experience in Post-secondary Mathematics: A New Survey Suite
Persistence of Black and Latina/o Students in STEM
Holding Calculus in Your Hands
How double-entry bookkeeping changed the world
Devlin's Angle, TEACHING & LEARNINGKeith DevlinLuca Pacioli, Leonardo of Pisa, Fibonacci, Liber abbaci, al-Khwarizmi, Hindu-Arabic arithmetic, double-entry bookkeeping, Josiah Wedgwood, modern accounting, mass production
The Role of Discipline-Based Education Specialists
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