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Monthly Archives: March 2014
Awesome K12 Math Teachers Exist! And they have blogs.
I sometimes get tired of hearing about how “teachers (meaning K12 teachers) just don’t understand this or that, or won’t try doing something new,” or are deficient in some way or another. We often advise teachers to let go of … Continue reading
Geometry and the Imagination
If you like geometric group theory or amazing pictures (but especially geometric group theory), you might want to start reading Geometry and the Imagination, written by University of Chicago mathematician Danny Calegari. I’ve been following it for a while, but … Continue reading
Posted in Theoretical Mathematics
Tagged Alden Walker, Danny Calegari, geometry, hyperbolic 3manifolds, Ian Agol, lowdimensional topology, research blogging, topology, virtual haken conjecture, visualizations
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On Teaching Analysis
Timothy Gowers, University of Cambridge mathematician and Fields Medalist, is teaching an analysis class this term, and fortunately for me, he’s blogging about it. Analysis IA is part of the firstyear math major sequence at the University of Cambridge, and … Continue reading
Posted in Math Education
Tagged real analysis, teaching analysis, terry tao, timothy gowers, vicky neale
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