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Monthly Archives: May 2014
The AMS e-mentoring blog has already celebrated the finals week with Dagan Karp’s tips. If you are an instructor, this will mean that you have a few hours (or days) of intense grading work, and then the semester is over. … Continue reading
Learning From & Addressing Negative Comments in Student Teaching Evaluations I think it’s safe to say that most math Ph.D.s do some teaching sometime in their lives. Even if one’s career path ends up being non-academic, it’s likely that a … Continue reading
It’s season of finals! (I’m talking mathematics examinations, not these or these finals 🙂 Here are five quick tips for crushing exams. (Night B4)^2. Unfortunately, many exams require lots of memorization. The universe sucks in this respect, but it’s true … Continue reading