Monthly Archives: July 2021

Outcomes-Based Assessment — Structural Change in Calculus

by Rebecca Torrey Associate Professor of Math Brandeis University Traditional Grading Sends the Wrong Message For many years I taught Calculus with a traditional structure, in which the students’ grades were mostly determined by a few high-stakes exams (a final … Continue reading

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Mathematics as Logic

by Mark Saul Maybe it is obvious, but it is something I’ve come to appreciate only after years of experience: mathematics is logic driven, and teaching and learning mathematics is centered on teaching and learning logic.  I find this to … Continue reading

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