Category Archives: technology for teaching

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

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Oh what a tangled web(work) we weave

For quite some time I have been toying with the idea of using some kind of online homework system in my intro-level classes. I had some experience with online homework as a teaching assistant in Texas, as many of our … Continue reading

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The Sky(pe) is the Limit

Last week, I went to California to speak at a seminar at UCSB. This created a small problem for me:  I would miss both of the classes I teach on that day. Having someone substitute teach a Calculus I class … Continue reading

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