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Math tools for restructured lectures

If you're looking into Python, SageMath (https://www.sagemath.org/) is free and gathers together a bunch of open source mathematics libraries in Python to produce something comparable to Mathematica.
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Is there a mathematics core assessment rubric?

These assessment rubrics drive me nuts. The Lords of Assessment think that learning can be quantized and put into a grid. Usually they get finicky about verbs and can always find a way to correct you. ...
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Math tools for restructured lectures

You might consider the Julia programming language, designed with engineering and scientific computing in mind. It has a particularly strong differential equations package, for instance.
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Math tools for restructured lectures

I'm an enthousiast user of Geogebra, to be found under this URL. It can be used for making drawings of equations, geometrical constructions, both can even be combined.
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How to assess students in real analysis?

I suspect that the rules of assessment are the same for every discipline, calculus not excluded, and can be just derived from first principles and your particular version of common sense without any ...
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