
Opinions expressed on these pages were the views of the writers and did not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the American Mathematical Society.
Tag Archives: pure math
What Wish Would You Ask a Math Genie to Grant?
“If a genie offered to give you a thorough understanding of one theorem, what theorem would you choose?” blogger John D. Cook recently asked on his @AnalysisFact Twitter account. Responses ranged from the names of theorems to questions about the … Continue reading
Some Revelations In My Tech Free Adventure
I’m still in Tanzania, still with limited access to technology resources, so I wanted to take this post to share with you a few technologyfree mathematical revelations I’ve had during my time here. First, the pedagogical revelation. I’m teaching a … Continue reading
Posted in Math Communication, Math Education
Tagged accessibility, applied math, inclusion/exclusion, PunkRockOR, pure math, Steven Strogatz
Comments Off on Some Revelations In My Tech Free Adventure