Monthly Archives: July 2016

What is the scholarship of teaching and learning, anyway?

Like my co-blogger, and probably many of you, I’ve not been writing as much as I hoped this summer. One of my goals is to finally wrap up this project I’ve done on improving my students’ calculus understanding that’s been … Continue reading

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The Grant Cycle Diaries: Grantastination and Broader Impacts

Dear Diary, July 22 is the due date for this cycle’s NSF CAREER grant. This is nine days away, and I have nine full days of stuff that I still need to do. This is stressful. I take partial blame … Continue reading

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Painless Inquiry: TIMES Curriculum

I wrote a lot about my linear algebra class last fall. While many things had gone well, I was a little disappointed in some of my attempts at developing inquiry based activities for my class, and wanted to work on … Continue reading

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