Monthly Archives: January 2021

Sometimes Failing Is Part of the Process, by Michael Bush

As I’d wager is true for many mathematicians, I was ‘good’ at math growing up.  From learning to add and subtract in elementary school all the way through AP Calculus, nothing but A grades. Though I earned my fair share … Continue reading

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How did it go? Reflections on teaching college math during a pandemic, by Allison Henrich and Matthew Pons

“Overwhelmed.”  “Drowning.”  “Exhausted.” This is how math faculty were doing as they finished up their fall terms in one of the most challenging years that many people on this planet have ever endured. We asked several math professors to respond … Continue reading

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