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By Ivette Chuca, El Paso Community College; Art Duval, Contributing Editor, University of Texas at El Paso; and Kien Lim, University of Texas at El Paso Every year, at the beginning of the school year, a group of about two … Continue reading
By Taylor Martin and Ken Smith, Sam Houston State University A good educator must facilitate learning for a classroom full of students with different attitudes, personalities, and backgrounds. But how? This question was the starting point for a new Faculty … Continue reading
By Sabrina Schmidt, Data Manager at Time, Inc. and former undergraduate mathematics major at Vassar College Editor’s note: The editorial board believes that in our discussion of teaching and learning, it is important to include the authentic voices of current … Continue reading
by Janet Barnett, Colorado State University – Pueblo; Dominic Klyve, Central Washington University; Jerry Lodder, New Mexico State University; Daniel Otero, Xavier University; Nicolas Scoville, Ursinus College; and Diana White, Contributing Editor, University of Colorado Denver Mathematics faculty and educational … Continue reading
By Morgan Mattingly, undergraduate double-major in STEM Education and Mathematics at the University of Kentucky. Comment from the Editorial Board: We believe that in our discussion of teaching and learning, it is important to include the authentic voices of undergraduate … Continue reading