Monthly Archives: October 2007

In My Spare Time

For a little over a year now, I’ve been consulting for a charter school corporation. Until recently, this involved an occasional presentation and/or discussion with the math teachers. Yes, I was doing this prior to being certified, which was a … Continue reading

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LaTeX with Grapher

Did you know that Grapher (bundled with OSX) will let you copy equations in LaTeX format? For those of you who already know LaTeX, this probably isn’t a big deal. However, if you’re like me and have been too lazy … Continue reading

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How Digital Are They?

I’m not sure if today’s high school students are the digital natives they are made out to be. Some of my recent student interactions seem to indicate that while they may be using their computers (and of course cell phones) … Continue reading

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More Fragments

Here’s a brief sampling since my last fragment post: Me: What is one more than “n”? I’m half expecting to hear “o” Student reply: “M?” Student: “What do you do for a living?” huh? Student: “Why is it raining?” Me: … Continue reading

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