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25 votes

Why do no students know to change the limits of integration when doing substitutions?

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Writing Fractions "Correctly"

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How do you coach students who often make small errors?

12 votes

Where can I find public repositories of past math exams?

10 votes

Why is multiplication taught using cross notation at first?

10 votes

What to do if all students lack prerequisites?

9 votes

Evaluating integrals geometrically, without using the fundamental theorem of calculus

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Simple, elegant ways to teach the idea of what functions are for the first time

6 votes

What are some resources for "ungrading" in a math class?

6 votes

Entertaining and fun books about mathematics for (basically) liberal arts students

4 votes

Examples of basic non-commutative rings

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What to do if there is a wrong definition in a problem?

4 votes

Good Examples of Questions to have Students Ponder Over Without Paper

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Algebra best practices for students

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Reference request: undergraduate combinatorial topology

3 votes

Evaluating integrals geometrically, without using the fundamental theorem of calculus

2 votes

Marking PDF Files

2 votes

What are examples of math-themed sci-fi appropriate for students?

1 vote

Is it a good idea to use past questions in examinations?

1 vote

Good Examples of Questions to have Students Ponder Over Without Paper

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How to present the order of factors and summands for the usual multiplication procedure

1 vote

Good ideas on structuring a math class?

1 vote

How can I deal with the time pressure of teaching a short course?

1 vote

How do you coach students who often make small errors?

1 vote

Which mental model, Webb's DoK, CCSM's Aspects of Rigor, or Bloom's Taxonomy, is most useful?

1 vote

Good Examples of Questions to have Students Ponder Over Without Paper

1 vote

How to teach sum of fractions to students?

1 vote

How to explain "fractional terms"?

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Comparing the magnitudes of the slopes of two lines

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Good Examples of Questions to have Students Ponder Over Without Paper