Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Sky(pe) is the Limit

Last week, I went to California to speak at a seminar at UCSB. This created a small problem for me:  I would miss both of the classes I teach on that day. Having someone substitute teach a Calculus I class … Continue reading

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The Clicker Clique

This past Winter, I taught an Intro Stats course at Bates and I used clickers (classroom response systems) for the first time. In this post, I will write a bit about my personal experience using this technology, some ideas for … Continue reading

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This Math…

“This math is happy/ this math is practical/ from Galois Theory/ to Elliptic PDE/ from Lattice Crypto to Probability/ this math was made for you and me.” These lyrics, sung at the banquet for the AWM 40th Anniversary Conference to … Continue reading

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