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False Positive vs. False Negative
A guest post by Long Nguyen: Not all results of medical tests are absolutely correct. Scientists can make mistakes when they conclude that something is true when it is actually false or that something is false when it is actually … Continue reading
Mathematics and Dance: Enhancing Understanding Through Movement
A guest post by Jenna Jensen: Erik Stern and Karl Schaefer discuss the crosscurricular possibilities with math and the art of movement and dance in their video, Math Dance. I think it is appropriate to ask in what ways can … Continue reading
Higher Dimensional Polytopes
A guest post by Bobby Holmquist: It is common in scifi literature to hear about higher special dimensions. In Star Trek and Star Wars, one is able to access fasterthanlight travel by accessing warp speed or hyperspace, respectively. In both … Continue reading
Daily Quizzes: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly—Part 1
This past semester, I decided to do something crazy—I gave my students a quiz (nearly) every day of class. You can imagine that my students weren’t nearly as excited as I was about this plan. In case you’re looking for … Continue reading
Computers in Math Education
A guest post by Kyle Cluver: In Conrad Wolfram’s video, Teaching kids real math with computers, he discusses the interesting topic of mathematics in education versus real world mathematics. He argues that math education is all about calculating and that this … Continue reading
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