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Category Archives: Math Education
In my last blog post, I discussed the importance of using groupworthy tasks with your students. For a task to be groupworthy, it should satisfy three criteria: interdependence (the task is mathematically rich enough that students have to work together), … Continue reading
As a grad student, life can be hectic—with classes, homework, teaching responsibilities and more—so taking the time out of an already busy schedule to read the AMS Notices “cover to cover” is not always something that seems easily attainable. In … Continue reading
There has been an ongoing call in mathematics education for students to be engaging in problem solving and collaborative groupwork. Although, many instructors find that when they put students in groups, some students seem disengaged and we may start to … Continue reading
About a week after their first test, during the first round of midterms of the semester for undergraduate students, mid-semester complacency came swooping into my classroom. My once invigorated students suddenly started going through the motions of class rather than … Continue reading