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Category Archives: Rational Cube
In my class we often refer to a general flow of how students come to understand mathematics. It is as follows: The general idea is that students come into class with a very basic idea of what we are learning. … Continue reading
I mentioned in an earlier post that one of my goals was to learn every student’s name by the end of the week. Though I can’t say that I know all their names, I did learn about 90% of them … Continue reading
Next time someone brings up the argument of teaching as a bad job because of the paycheck, I’ll throw this in their face: Daniel Kahneman, one of the founders of behavioral economics and Nobel Prize winner, gave an interesting talk on TED about happiness. … Continue reading
In 8 days I’m participating in my college graduation ceremony, in 10 days I’m moving out of Santa Cruz, and in 15 days I am beginning graduate school in Palo Alto. But today I am slowing down time as much … Continue reading