Monthly Archives: July 2010

More Resources…

How could I forget: 8.  Mark Driscoll’s Fostering Algebraic Thinking and Fostering Geometric Thinking.  If you don’t have a copy, order these now, or see if your school can order these for your department.  Along the lines of the Problem … Continue reading

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Resources for Good Problems

The excellent question that comes up often seems to be, “Where can I find problems that are rich, groupworthy, and with multiple entry points to use in my classes?”  Being a packrat, I keep accumulating stuff, so I figure I … Continue reading

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AP Precalculus?

Recently, there have been discussions on the AP Calculus mailing list about whether or not there should be an AP Precalculus course. If done well, I think this is a unique opportunity for the College Board. I feel that one … Continue reading

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A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step…

Maybe a better inaugural quote is:  if a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? At PCMI, Sam Shah gave a 5-minute presentation about blogging and so this one … Continue reading

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