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Ittay Weiss
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46 votes

Whence the "everything is linear" phenomenon, and what can we do about it?

36 votes

What do you say to students who want to apply Banach-Tarski theorem in practice?

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What examples of groups should students in abstract algebra learn to test ideas on?

17 votes

How should normal subgroups be introduced?

16 votes

A Lexicon of Math Mistakes

15 votes

Is there any proof of the fundamental theorem of algebra that can be introduced to undergraduates who have just completed Calc III?

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What are some good ways to motivate and introduce reasoning abstractly about abstract algebra?

14 votes

How to present $\Bbb Z/n\Bbb Z$ to highschool level audience

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Is there an evidence that learning mathematics influences our characters?

12 votes

Good, simple examples of induction?

11 votes

Is there a good age/level to start learning mathematical proofs?

10 votes

Multiple Solutions Methods vs. Encouraging a Particular Approach

9 votes

What arguments can I give a high school student why mathematics is important?

7 votes

How shall we use online math forums such as math.SE in mathematics instruction?

6 votes
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Ideological Teaching in Logic Courses

6 votes

Is $e^{i\pi}+1=0$ a good motivation for introducing $e$ or $i$? Why (not)?

5 votes

Should Eisenstein’s criterion be taught in high-school?

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Is there a good way to explain determinants in an elementary linear algebra class?

4 votes

Teaching functions/mappings early

3 votes

Counterintuitive consequences of standard definitions

2 votes

How should LaTeX be taught to university students?

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What different ways do people use to show students that $\mathbb{R}$ is uncountable?