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For questions about effectively designing, giving, and assessing oral exams, where a student meets one-on-one with their instructor and demonstrates his/her abilities.
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Questions about severe difficulty in making arithmetical calculations, as a result of brain disorder.
Questions about teaching Mathematics in English for students who are not yet fluent in the language
For questions about seminars where students have to present talks.
Questions related to mathematical education in the topics of optimization in general, optimal control, discrete optimization.
For questions about exponentiation; a mathematical operation which produces a *power* $a^n$ from a *base* $a$ and an *exponent* $n$. The objects involved are usually numbers, but the procedure can be …
For questions related to eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
For questions about addressing students with varying abilities, e.g. a course with both math majors and non-majors, or a course where some students succeeded in a prerequisite while others didn't.
Questions related to managing time constraints for teachers both in and out of the classroom, helping students manage time and effects on students of limiting time for work and tests.
Questions on fractals, irregular-looking mathematical objects that display the property of self-similarity.
For questions about assessing the abilities of mathematics instructors, including considerations about self-review, peer-review, and student evaluations.