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Monthly Archives: December 2019
The Math Values Blog: A Tour
Have you checked out the Mathematical Association of America’s Math Values blog? The site includes posts about inclusivity, community, communication, teaching and learning, and more. Please join me on a blog tour highlighting some Math Values posts that I find … Continue reading
Posted in Blogs, Issues in Higher Education, K12 Mathematics, Math Communication, Math Education, people in math
Tagged calculus, chess, college, equal, fair, inclusion, logic, MAA, Math Values, problem solving
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Holiday Math Treats
The holidays are a perfect time to unwind, reflect, and spend time with loved ones. For me, it is also a great time to browse the internet for fun activities to do. In this post, I highlight some of the … Continue reading
A Tour of the Chalkdust Magazine Blog
Chalkdust Magazine (“for the mathematically curious”) and the associated blog are a treat. Anna wrote a post last year in which she described the magazine as “filled with as much mathematical goodness as a fresh unopened box of Hagoromo “Fulltouch” chalk.” … Continue reading
Posted in Applied Math, Blogs, Interactive, Math Communication, Math Education, people in math, Recreational Mathematics
Tagged brewing, Christmas, fractional polygons, holidays, knot theory, lights, ponytail, representation, tangles, tiling, treegonometry
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(Re)Discovering Identities
In November, I ran across a very interesting article in QuantaMagazine “Neutrinos Lead to Unexpected Discovery in Basic Math“ by Natalie Wolchover. She described the discovery that three physicists — Stephen Parke (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory), Xining Zhang (University of Chicago) … Continue reading
Posted in Applied Math, History of Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Physics, Recreational Mathematics
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