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Tostitos fiesta bowl – some of the best highlights of all time
Absolutely legendary !! This set of highlights, in this overtime ending of this bowl 🏈 game, give me repeated goosebumps. The way the Boise State players execute, tucking the ball is amazing. The camerawork and call are amazing. #Cinderella can … Continue reading
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Look at problems as a diamond, with multiple facets, and not as a coin, With only two sides
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Leadership is clarity, transparency, support, and trust
Leadership is clarity, set goals & purpose. Cast a vision transparency, Communication support, Do you have tools trust, and empower them to be creative, and failure is OK. Q: What are the key aspects of #leadership in a primarily remote … Continue reading
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Nathan Karsjens website
Nathan Karsjens website is https://mednathan.wordpress.com/ Nathan is a mathematics major in secondary teacher education at Western Illinois University (and a Leatherneck football player).
Graphicacy
Good summary of what graphicacy is, especially early graphicacy in children. ￼ Click to access espresso_22_early_graphicacy.pdf This definition of graphicacy￼ does not seem to be comprehensive enough to include spatial sense, but is an important subset, or component of, spatial … Continue reading
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Two community colleges show how students can succeed without** remedial math courses
**Actually there is remediation, but it is justintime. There is corequisite support/remediation. This sounds promising. Students do not like (or, equivalently, are not motivated) to take a semesterlong remediation course. Under this plan, the students may be taking a similar … Continue reading
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How to Graphically Interpret the Complex Roots of a Quadratic Equation
Very good stuff here. Nice mathematics, nice symmetry, nice visually! Nice paper with an explanation of what is going on by Carmen Melliger here. Good mathematics! Nice graphic by Shana McKay from Scaffolded Math. See also.
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Websites for Spring 2019 – Math 304
Evan Wignall – https://etwignall98.weebly.com/ Will Kline – https://kline55.wordpress.com/
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Make Your Daughter Practice Math. She’ll Thank You Later. (And by the way your son, too.)
Good opinioneditorial piece. I think it does deemphasize conceptual understanding problemsolving and may overemphasize practice, but overall this is a good article. I like the analogy of doing math in playing a musical instrument.
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