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Applying Archaic Math Assessment Ideas To Other Skills/Activities
Applying Archaic Math Assessment Ideas To Other Skills/Activities
To be honest, I think I’ve always found math tests to be an utter waste of time. Unless of course speed, correctness, and aping procedures…
Sunil Singh
Nov 19
Retaking Assessments: Many math teachers are late to the party!
Retaking Assessments: Many math teachers are late to the party!
The standard protocol in mathematics classes is that teachers do not allow students the opportunity to redo an assessment for a revised…
Matthew Beyranevand
Nov 12
Math Was Never Neutral.
Math Was Never Neutral.
Recently, professor and mathematics educator Dr. Rochelle Gutiérrez became a center of controversy when right-wing sites wrote pieces about…
Jose Vilson
Oct 29
Men Who Doubt Infinity
Men Who Doubt Infinity
In Oxford, the moon shines with a particular intensity. At least, it certainly seemed that way to me. Every evening, once darkness had…
Priya Parrotta
Oct 19
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Who gets to be called a mathematician?
Who gets to be called a mathematician?
Why I won’t surrender my mathematical identity
Junaid Mubeen
Nov 5
There Exists An Elegant, Lovely, and Inspiring School Mathematics.
There Exists An Elegant, Lovely, and Inspiring School Mathematics.
As a newcomer to the poetry and beauty of mathematics, but a dedicated learner, I have often been stunned into submission, struck dumb by…
Matthew Oldridge
Oct 17
How a physicist is healing from trauma caused by math teaching
How a physicist is healing from trauma caused by math teaching
I remember a couple experiences that shaped my interaction with physics/math that I would like to let go of now. The first involved an…
Jamelle Watson-Daniels
Oct 17
Math Wars: The Force Awakens
Math Wars: The Force Awakens
On the weekend of Canadian Thanksgiving, I was not in Canada . I was in New York city helping kickoff, what will amount to be the world’s…
Sunil Singh
Oct 12
Welcome to Q.E.D.
Welcome to Q.E.D.
It starts here
Junaid Mubeen
Oct 7
How I abolished grading
How I abolished grading
I started teaching high school Calculus at my school a couple of years ago. When I started teaching the course, I used a traditional…
David Martin
Oct 3
2017 is huge for Math Education!
2017 is huge for Math Education!
With three months left in the year, there are many amazing things occurring in math education. Here are the six that you should consider…
Matthew Beyranevand
Oct 2
The Creativity and Structure of Pure Mathematics: An Interview with Holly Krieger
The Creativity and Structure of Pure Mathematics: An Interview with Holly Krieger
American mathematician Dr. Holly Krieger is a lecturer at Britain’s University of Cambridge and Director of Studies and Fellow in Maths at…
Katherine O. Matthews
Oct 2
Fast Food Math
Fast Food Math
Have you seen the following picture floating around social media lately?
Adam D. King
Oct 1
More Than One Way to Crack an Egg
More Than One Way to Crack an Egg
Last week I posted this photo onto my Twitter account and it received a lot of interest:
Mike Jacobs
Sep 29
Is Mathematics a Fine Art?
Is Mathematics a Fine Art?
You have likely heard the term “fine art” referring to a pursuit such as painting, sculpture, or poetry. But the notion of mathematics as…
Adrian Hindes
Sep 28
Maths for pleasure, maths for a new generation
Maths for pleasure, maths for a new generation
A call for school heads, math educators, parents, students, math lovers, math haters, or anyone on planet!
Rakhi Chawla
Sep 16
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