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Humberto José Bortolossi
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Teaching a student who refuses to learn

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Ideas for explaining 4D and higher dimensions

9 votes

Are there textbooks that cover most etymological aspects of mathematics?

3 votes

Real-world examples of more "obscure" geometric figures

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How do I show students the Beauty of Mathematics?

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The spatial thinking course for primary school - what to use?

2 votes

Importance of complex numbers knowledge in real roots

2 votes

Does a proof by induction have to explicitly refer to the principle of mathematical induction?

1 vote

About instructor's manual in math textbooks: principles, design, uses and impact

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Examples of vocabulary that have different meanings in Mathematics compared to "everyday" English

1 vote

How can we motivate that Newton's method is useful?

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Practical case for solving with system of 2 equations

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Applications of High School Geometry

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Writing mathematics in real time for lectures using Latex

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Why is calculus important for pre-service Math basic school teachers?

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Open Source High School Textbooks

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What can (and should) an educator do about ambiguous terms like "triangle", "square", etc?

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Special topics for introductory probability

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Educational resources commonly address slant asymptotes. Why not general polynomial asymptotes?

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Fixing wrong ideas about coefficients (e.g. subtract 3 from 3x to isolate x)

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Should one include the unit in the variable? E.g. should one write $x^\circ = 30^\circ$ or $x = 30^\circ$?

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Comparison of two ways to introduce translation to 12-14 year olds

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How can I validate the existence of percentages above 100?

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Pi Day Celebration Ideas?

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Real-World Problems for Teaching Extrema and Derivative Tests in STEM Education