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Monthly Archives: January 2011
It’s been a tough weekend. Sam Shaw in his Tips for New Bloggers recommends, “don’t write anything you wouldn’t want your kids, your administration, or a potential employer to see.” He says “I don’t write when I’m angry. I sometimes … Continue reading
When I was an undergraduate studying mathematics and I had a particularly taxing problem set to do, I would sometimes fantasize about finding a mathematical contradiction. If I could only prove that then I could march to my professor and tell him … Continue reading
Sometimes I inadvertently come up with a math problem and can’t seem fall asleep until I solve it. So it happened last night. It started with my unit on limits. I plan on giving the students a math problem in which they … Continue reading
It’s been a slow start to the new year. I suppose that is ok though; my students aren’t in regular classes until next week, so I’ve been doing all the stuff teachers do apart from actually teaching. There has been … Continue reading