This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Spain license. Para celebrar la publicación en línea de las notas de mi curso sobre las curvas de Shimura, para la escuela AGRA 2015 en Cusco, Perú, sobre aritmética, grupos, y análisis, he decidido escribir este post sobre los lenguajes internos en castellano. Si […]
Last year, I began using standards-based grading (SBG) with my fifth grade math students. It was an amazing change in my teaching. I finally felt like my grading system aligned with the growth mindset I was trying to develop in my students. There was definitely a learning curve for my students and I as we […]
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By Roberta Millstein I'd been trying to grapple with the weeks and weeks of horrifying stories about the treatment of Black Americans at the hands of police, with Sandra Bland and Samuel DuBose only the latest victims, when the story about Cecil the Lion hit social media. Some reacted angrily,...
I was recently asked an interesting elementary question about the number of possible order types of the final segments of an ordinal, and in particular, whether there could be an ordinal realizing infinitely many different such order types as final … Continue reading →
Chantal David, Andrew Granville, Emmanuel Kowalski, Phillipe Michel, Kannan Soundararajan, and I are running a program at MSRI in the Spring of 2017 (more precisely, from Jan 17, 2017 to May 26, 2017) in the area of analytic number theory, with the intention to bringing together many of the leading experts in all aspects of the […]