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First Day of Class Activities

Imagine the following scenario. Your university is offering dozens of sections of your course, of which only a handful will stay active past the first week of classes; the rest will be closed. During that week, students can attend as … Continue reading

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Hello from Cincinnati!

First off, I’d like to publicly welcome Kate and Alexander to PhD+! Your posts so far have been thoughtful and informative, and I’m so glad you’re here. Tonight I’m posting from Cincinnati, where another MathFest is on its way. I’ve … Continue reading

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Online and Hybrid Courses

My school doesn’t offer a lot of graduate degrees, but we do have a couple of Master’s programs in math education. Currently all courses are taught traditionally as once a week evening classes (at least for the math content classes), … Continue reading

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