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Monthly Archives: December 2011
I just reinstated the Job Openings page with a grand total of one job opening. If your institution has job openings in math, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the details and I will post it to this page. Let me know … Continue reading
In case your are not a Phoenix resident, the Arizona Republic has been documenting online secondary education since last Sunday. Many of the issues raised in this series are the same issues we face in our online classes. And many of … Continue reading
The Joint ArizMATYC, MAA Southwest Region and SUnMaRC Conference Registration is open. This conference will be held from Friday, March 30 through Sunday, April 1….no foolin’! To register in advance, goto: https://sites.google.com/site/2012march30/ and click on Registration. There are two levels of general hunca life … Continue reading
NPR reported on a study by Dan Ariely (of Predictably Irrational fame) and Francesca Gino that links creativity and dishonesty. Since acafemic dishonesty has been a hot topic in education (particularly online education), I thought I would post a link … Continue reading
Now that the semester is winding down, you are probably evaluating what worked and what did not work in your classes. You must have found something that you would like to share next year at the AMATYC conference in Jacksonville. … Continue reading