Monthly Archives: May 2017

Our Responsibility – Our Opportunity: Mathematical Habits of Mind

By Brigitte Lahme, Professor, Sonoma State University Every university instructor would be thrilled if their students came to their mathematics classes with the ability to make viable arguments and to critique the reasoning of others; if their inclination were to … Continue reading

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“I Am So Glad You Made That Mistake!”

By Allison Henrich, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Mathematics, Seattle University “I am so glad you made that mistake,” I’ve come to realize, is one of the most important things I say to my students. When I … Continue reading

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