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86 votes

How to give exercises when students can use ChatGPT

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When writing log, do you indicate the base, even when 10?

29 votes

Is patching up a student's poor solution better than providing a good solution?

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Should I really just "shut up and calculate"? On learning at a good pace without sacrificing rigour

15 votes

Should math for elementary teachers content be taught under the direction of the math department?

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Why don’t we teach a topological view of continuity instead of epsilon-delta?

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Good analogies for teaching error correcting codes

12 votes

In math exams, how rigorous should the questions be?

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How can I help/tutor a friend who is taking the same course as me?

10 votes

Importance of standardization of definitions of mathematical terms

9 votes

Natural origins or learned habit: Why do students skip concepts before applications?

9 votes

Should I choose Cox-based Jaynes' approach or Kolmogorov approach to base myself on to teach probabilities to high-school students?

8 votes

Are Error-Analysis Lessons Effective?

8 votes

Can a science educator teach math?

8 votes

What do you do in order to drag out lectures?

7 votes

Introduction of group action as morphism of groups

6 votes

Is there a fair way to increase the grade of students who did not do well in exams?

6 votes

What should I call the "important" values of x?

6 votes

Is it harmful to use the word "Cancel"?

6 votes

What are some ways that one can progress from stage 2 to stage 3 of the rigor stages that Terry Tao has described?

6 votes

Is Euclid dead? or Should Euclidean geometry be taught to high school students?

5 votes

How can I internalize solutions/proofs to theorems and exercises?

5 votes

Questions to test highest level of competency

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What mathematical topics are important for succeeding in an undergrad PDE course?

5 votes

In what ways could or couldn't having students do homework in $\LaTeX$ for extra credit be helpful for them at the college level? High school level?

4 votes

Whether to tell students how difficult (you think) a problem is

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Partitioning objects in combinatorics

4 votes

Average Cost to Velocity Analogy

4 votes

Doctorate and examples of difficult solved problems

3 votes

Counting principles in combinatorics