Monthly Archives: September 2018

Resisting Change

Thanks to Facebook’s Memories feature, I had the opportunity to revisit this post from three years ago. At that time, a friend queried me as to my thoughts on a video titled “Why is Math Different Now?” My reply provided … Continue reading

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Success in Teaching AP Calculus

As I look back on my time as a high school mathematics teacher, I am proud of what I accomplished in spite of the multitude of difficulties I encountered along the way. I’ve written about many of them in prior … Continue reading

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Joie de Vivre!

After nearly a decade teaching mathematics to high schoolers as a vocation, I recently decided that a healthier work-life balance as well as a higher level of respect is needed; sadly, both rarely present themselves to teachers in our country. … Continue reading

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