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Category Archives: Technology & Math
OKCupid: The Math Behind Online Dating
Guest Author: Michalina Malysz “Like you use sentences to tell a person a story; you use algorithms to tell a story to a computer” (Rudder 2013). In today’s day and age, we have the world at our fingertips. The internet … Continue reading
Posted in Math in Pop Culture, Statistics, Technology & Math
Tagged Math and Dating, statistics, Videos
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Cost Functions in Ergonomics
This is a guest post by Sarah Dantino Cost functions are linear functions describing a relationship between an initiator and its results. They are often used in business and accounting to predict and minimize future costs. A workedout example of constructing … 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
Posted in Math Education, Mathematics in Society, Technology & Math
Tagged Math Education, Technology
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How to change the Traditional Mathematics Teaching from the MemorizationBased Method to InteractiveBased Method
During my Calculus II teaching in Fall 2015 at Washington State University (WSU), several students told me that “Volumes” is one of the most difficult topics in Calculus II, and they also told me “it is difficult to apply what we learned … Continue reading
How I help my Students overcome their Fears, create a Supportive Classroom, and get Students to ask Good Questions
During my five years of teaching experience as a teaching assistant including teaching, grading and math tutoring at Washington State University (WSU) and American University of Sharjah (AUS), I have noticed that many students are not motivated because they are … Continue reading
Posted in Advice, AMS, General, Grad School, Math, Mathematics in Society, Publishing, Teaching, Technology & Math
Tagged Math Education, Math Teaching and Learning, Teaching Advice
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