Monthly Archives: April 2018

Teaching What You (Really) Don’t Know

When I first started teaching intro statistics during my postdoc, someone recommended the book Teaching What You Don’t Know, by Therese Huston. Full confession: like pretty much every professional development book anyone has ever recommended to me, I haven’t read it. … Continue reading

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Letter of Recommendation for a Boston Mathcation

Just got back from my month long research visit to the Boston area. I wrote last month about how hard it was to re-immerse myself in my research and writing for this visit, even though I desperately wanted to do … Continue reading

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