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Category Archives: staying organized
Non-lecture math education seems to be getting its advocates in the math communities at all levels. Every alternative to the traditional math education involves some sort of class activity, where students are given tasks to complete in groups or pairs. … Continue reading →
As math graduate students, we often get teaching assignments from our departments, some of us tutor independently for financial reasons, and some volunteer to teach at local schools or libraries. Teaching is an inseparable part of our job/life. But that is where … Continue reading →
The start of summer is a great time to get organized: perhaps you finally have time to focus on something other than the next problem set, or perhaps you’re too burned out from finals to do anything else productive. Back … Continue reading →