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5 votes

Have there been longitudinal studies comparing outcomes of various teaching methods?

5 votes

How can we help students learn how to read their textbook?

5 votes

Encouraging class participation

4 votes

The Order in Pre-Calculus Textbooks

4 votes

Thought experiment: Utopian college-level math curriculum without external constraints

3 votes

Factoring quadratics where the coefficient on the $x^2$ term does not equal 1

3 votes

What are some great books for exploring mathematics? (not kids' books and not textbooks)

3 votes

How can a research mathematician transition into a mathematics education researcher?

3 votes

What are the major obstacles to crowdsourcing a competitive, free calculus text?

2 votes

How to explain the difference between the fraction a / b and the ratio a : b?

2 votes

AB 86 Basic Skills Mathematics Courses at the Community College Level

2 votes

How can mathematics educators encourage innovation and creativity?

2 votes

How early and how much can you teach kids and teenagers about vectors?

2 votes

What is the ULTIMATE Calculus syllabus

2 votes

Should I change my take-home exam policy because of one suspected cheater?

1 vote

What is a recommend way to describe a negative number with large absolute value?

1 vote

Is it advisable to avoid teaching "multiplication as repeated addition"?

1 vote

An intuitive derivation of Taylor polynomial coefficients

1 vote

Are convergent and divergent sequences a prerequesite for calculus or are they a part of it?

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Are convergent and divergent sequences a prerequesite for calculus or are they a part of it?

0 votes

Notation for an element in a polynomial ring

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Should we teach abstract affine spaces?

-1 votes

Should students be told they're wrong

-1 votes

Is there any difference between teaching calculus for math and engineering students?

-2 votes

How to teach math to someone who is neither [really] willing nor able to understand it?

-3 votes

What is a less anglo-centric collection of persons than Andy, Beth, Carl, Debby and Earl?