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Monthly Archives: May 2018
I’m in Bagamoyo, Tanzania at the moment teaching two summer courses to a group of undergraduate students at Marian University College. This experience is different from my typical teaching experience along several dimensions. I am teaching Complex Analysis to a … Continue reading
Posted in Issues in Higher Education, Math Education Tagged teaching with technology 1 Comment
Summer Time is Puzzle Time
It’s Mid-May, that means it time to put away your serious things and time to start thinking about (what else?) math puzzles! Alexander Bogomolny, of CutTheKnotMath, has curated an amazing collection of math puzzles, problems, and interactive lessons. I always … Continue reading
Posted in Recreational Mathematics Tagged Alexander Bogomolny, Mike Lawler, puzzles, The Riddler, xkcd Comments Off on Summer Time is Puzzle Time