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Category Archives: Rational Cube
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
Students are always asking “when am I ever going to use this in real life?” In the same regard, teachers are always trying to create realistic problems to serve their students. For the last month and a half there have … Continue reading
One thing I really struggle with in the classroom is commending students for exhibiting positive behaviors towards mathematics and learning. The real challenge for me is to draw attention to the students who are doing the amazing things I wish … Continue reading
In an earlier post I wrote about the mantra for my precalc class. The general idea is that the process of learning begins with a surface level understanding, followed by some confusion, and finally a deeper level understanding. Calcdave used … Continue reading