tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.comments2017-06-02T01:26:02.137-05:00Rebel with a causeKathleen Almyhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17936761522152866484noreply@blogger.comBlogger30125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-65563930410075830672017-06-02T01:26:02.137-05:002017-06-02T01:26:02.137-05:00I think this is an great blogs. Such a very inform...I think this is an great blogs. Such a very informative and creative contents. These concept is good for these knowledge.I like it and help me to development very well.Thank you for this brief explanations.<br /><a href="http://www.greenstechnologys.com/analytics-training-in-chennai.html" rel="nofollow">Analytics Training in Chennai</a><br />Balajihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06496300525326308586noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-4527767212120706292017-04-06T05:29:25.207-05:002017-04-06T05:29:25.207-05:00I liked your blog very much it is very interesting...I liked your blog very much it is very interesting and I learned many things from this blog which is helping me a lot.<br /><br /><a href="https://www.besthomeworkhelpers.com/strategic-management-assignment-help/" rel="nofollow">Strategic Management Assignment Help</a>Best Homework Helpershttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12331762144758191284noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-53533760128947465462017-04-05T21:57:41.347-05:002017-04-05T21:57:41.347-05:00The book we use has an ebook in MyMathLab.The book we use has an ebook in MyMathLab.Kathleen Almyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17936761522152866484noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-39840314415991603392017-01-15T02:07:18.336-06:002017-01-15T02:07:18.336-06:00Did you think of putting ebooks inside the LMS for...Did you think of putting ebooks inside the LMS for students? Also, any exploration with interactive ebooks?Ayman A Rhttp://www.ayman.canoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-18096267408586510662015-06-08T14:53:41.338-05:002015-06-08T14:53:41.338-05:00Thanks for sharing, just reading this article has ...Thanks for sharing, just reading this article has given me an idea on how to get my matlab homework done. If I find any difficulties, be sure I will get you matlab guide.stanleyhttp://allhomeworktutors.com/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-14585433253658156472015-04-04T09:17:54.078-05:002015-04-04T09:17:54.078-05:00Spot on! But the 'formalization' cannot b...Spot on! But the 'formalization' cannot be overlooked. There eventually needs to be a precise development of the tools being used, which is something that often gets overlook in this sort of 'discovery learning' approach.<br /><br />For example, sqrt(x) and x^2 aren't technically inverses. They only are if we limit the domain of x^2 to all x>0. While most people don't need to know this, it is a very important concept that--if not understood-- will lead to misunderstanding later in more advanced mathematical topics.<br />...Before you know it, Mathematics will be set back a couple hundred years. (I jest, of course--but still) The problem is mathematics is very multifaceted. There are the pure mathematicians doing their thing, and there are those who apply it doing there's. There are those who need to trudge through it to prove themselves worthy of a degree and then never use it; and, there are those who never need it. Yet the approach to math education is very straight and narrow--partly because when we are teaching the foundational concepts in secondary schools we do not yet know where everyone is going to end up (nor do we want to limit them by sending them off in one direction or another)<br /><br />Algebra is already a 'gatekeeper' (those who pass it move on and get BS degrees, those who don't find a BA degree (again I jest--sort of)). Why not diversify how we teach it to fit the goals of those learning it--the mathematicians, the scientist, the doctors, the "burger-flippers"?<br />A: Because then you'll quickly find yourself in a class system and we'll be right back in dark ages of feudalism.Thaslamhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/16890604336141114110noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-91599328308696532202014-10-29T18:19:03.355-05:002014-10-29T18:19:03.355-05:00Yes! this stuff is not worth. I loathe Aleks softw...Yes! this stuff is not worth. I loathe Aleks software entirely... Ok so say I ask for it to explain how to do a problem which it shows me the first problem. Then I attempt to do the next one and get it correct but then subsequently screw up the next problem, it will say if you miss two more problems we will move on. It does not do enough explanation as it is says due to this property but it does not make one lick of sense... This math crap is a curse not a blessing. The instructor finally gets around to finally showing us a little bit of what we are working on but moves way too fast and acts like we all know what she is doing and why. I have not been in stupid math in over a year and she could give two shits. The guy next to me COMPLETELY fails his first test and has to be downgraded to math 094, ok so is that not saying something??? I have taken two tests now, I passed the first one with a 72 percent, next, I failed with a 45!! WOW, the difference was linear equations and then moving onto factoring. I am so rusty but fuck it...Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-19059221062701449062014-03-06T04:14:31.583-06:002014-03-06T04:14:31.583-06:00Your blog very informative. Being a school teacher...Your blog very informative. Being a school teacher these blogs really help me out rachelhttp://www.getpapershelp.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-85439375524399454252014-03-06T04:01:21.537-06:002014-03-06T04:01:21.537-06:00Your blog is great. I love enjoying the reading
Your blog is great. I love enjoying the reading<br />Jennifferhttp://www.debtsettlers.co.uknoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-64587891692551196292014-01-24T13:54:41.765-06:002014-01-24T13:54:41.765-06:00Likewise! :)Likewise! :)Kathleen Almyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17936761522152866484noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-346892058644254372014-01-24T10:28:42.593-06:002014-01-24T10:28:42.593-06:00It was great presenting with you Kathy! Thank you...It was great presenting with you Kathy! Thank you for posting the link and recording.Danhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/16643474331400314856noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-83318160567432102762013-10-25T01:33:36.930-05:002013-10-25T01:33:36.930-05:00The most important thing to know is that the cours...The most important thing to know is that the course will help you learn much more about pathways courses and how to teach them <a href="http://www.canvasndecor.ca/photos-on-canvas.html" rel="nofollow"> canvas prints canada</a><br />sam johnhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/04511650941746789576noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-90358184252987468022013-05-23T21:52:40.249-05:002013-05-23T21:52:40.249-05:00We're not sure yet. We have to see how things...We're not sure yet. We have to see how things go this first time. But if it goes well, and hopefully it will, we would like to do it on a regular basis. That would be maybe 2-3 times a year (spring, summer, fall).Kathleen Almyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17936761522152866484noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-66798237398102263812013-05-18T15:48:10.994-05:002013-05-18T15:48:10.994-05:00Thanks. How often do expect to run this course?Thanks. How often do expect to run this course?Kathy Vhttp://www.weber.edu/developmentalmathnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-91064179180803413692013-05-16T11:33:53.498-05:002013-05-16T11:33:53.498-05:00I would say 3 to 5 hours a week minimum if they re...I would say 3 to 5 hours a week minimum if they really want to get the most out of it. Instructors will be writing, evaluating, interacting, and potentially even teaching a trial lesson at their home campus. Kathleen Almyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17936761522152866484noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-58876755661263114442013-05-16T06:27:06.133-05:002013-05-16T06:27:06.133-05:00This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.Safal Shikshahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/15771982877371865373noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-23781820311672341552013-05-10T17:00:35.674-05:002013-05-10T17:00:35.674-05:00Kathleen,
Can you give me a rough idea of the tim...Kathleen,<br /><br />Can you give me a rough idea of the time commitment a teacher will need to make to get the most out of this MOOC? I would like to determine how to appropriately compensate some of my faculty for participating.<br /><br />Kathryn Van WagonerKathy Vhttp://www.weber.edu/developmentalmathnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-43370109488897238832013-04-28T15:07:04.428-05:002013-04-28T15:07:04.428-05:00I won't be able to because I'm having neck...I won't be able to because I'm having neck surgery. It looks like a good meeting. I'm looking forward to hearing what happened. Will you be going?Kathleen Almyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17936761522152866484noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-2124506999799347222013-04-25T19:01:34.480-05:002013-04-25T19:01:34.480-05:00And I see you submitted this as an innovation at g...And I see you submitted this as an innovation at getting past go ... are you going to Denver at the end of May? SiouxGeonzhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14852040976080951492noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-41763931525272935292013-04-23T22:53:27.444-05:002013-04-23T22:53:27.444-05:00That's great to hear. I see that with our stu...That's great to hear. I see that with our students too. At the beginning of the semester, I got a lot of "tell me the steps" and "I need to see more examples like the ones in the homework." They've accepted the premise and understand the point is the why's, not just the how's. Kathleen Almyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17936761522152866484noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-62149270836444808722013-04-22T18:41:38.368-05:002013-04-22T18:41:38.368-05:00I'm not sure which version we're using (fo...I'm not sure which version we're using (four or six credits for this semester) but I tutor students and I'm seeing a *lot* more thinking about concepts instead of "just tell me the steps!" (tho' a lot more isn't necessarily saying much...) Our studetns are also using ALEKS which has its ups and downs... SiouxGeonzhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14852040976080951492noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-59912913711865994682013-04-02T20:23:01.125-05:002013-04-02T20:23:01.125-05:00This model is shocking to me. I love math and tea...This model is shocking to me. I love math and teaching math. I retired a few years ago and missed the joy of seeing light bulbs go off in front of me. So I returned as an adjunct college instructor for developmental math and college math. My training in math education has been to "construct" math learning. I feel our education system has failed us. Students are no longer given basic number sense. They come to college unable to perform basic math operations without a calculator. Students entering college do not even know basic multiplication tables. How can they do fractions with no understanding of multiples and now we are throwing this at them. They will be pressing buttons until they get a correct answer - not knowing how they came about the answer but thrilled to move on. Is this education? Where does critical thinking come in? I thank you so much for your article. At least I know I am not the only one who is disappointed in the lack of concern for rich education. It is sad that making monetary profit outweighs the gift of knowledge. Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-17079154189433416462013-02-17T19:11:55.721-06:002013-02-17T19:11:55.721-06:00Awesome! Glad that I could be of help.Awesome! Glad that I could be of help.Kathleen Almyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17936761522152866484noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-54286028738525871322013-02-01T14:52:52.687-06:002013-02-01T14:52:52.687-06:00Kathleen,
Exactly! Our 2 year college has gone 10...Kathleen,<br />Exactly! Our 2 year college has gone 100% ALEKS for dev. math and I never thought it was a good idea. But often I find that this is "no country for old men" when it comes to mathematical education decisions.... I'm retired HS and current adjunct. One of our VP's passed this article to us at a department meeting today. Thanks!tomiswhohttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01393395866435185519noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345020366927281139.post-30591496884189722062012-11-25T00:44:04.311-06:002012-11-25T00:44:04.311-06:00Hi Kathleen,
Your post is really so much informat...Hi Kathleen,<br /><br />Your post is really so much informative and thanks for give us information about AMATYC conference is so much informative for me.<br /><br />Thanks for this post.Abacushttp://www.mastermindabacus.comnoreply@blogger.com