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Category Archives: technology for teaching
Video Killed the Radio Star
It’s almost time to return to fall classes, such as they are. I feel very lucky to be where I am: my institution is not forcing us to teach in person if we do not want to. The students also … Continue reading
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Maybe Next Time He’ll Think Before He Cheats
It’s so bizarre to me that since the forced online learning movement started, so many math faculty—and not just at my institution—have been worried about cheating. Why now?
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Tool for the (collaborative) job
Managing collaborative projects can be a job unto itself. I have five active collaborative projects right now, and each one follows has a different protocol and uses different collaborative tools a slightly different system, determined by the needs of … Continue reading