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Is mathematics education taking a step backward? (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 27, 8p., electronic only (2004).
Classification: D20 A40
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Man’s cards and god’s dice: a conceptual analysis of probability for the advanced student. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 27, 5 p., electronic only (2004).
Classification: K50 E20
2
Taxicab geometry as a vehicle for the journey toward enlightenment. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 27, 7 p., electronic only (2004).
Classification: G90
3
Are you a quantitative or qualitative runner?: 5.13 miles and rosemary-lilac shampoo. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 27, 2 p., electronic only (2004).
Classification: F90 M90
4
Base and subbase in a number system. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 27, 8 p., electronic only (2004).
Classification: F30 A30
5
Bridging to infinity. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 27, 6 p., electronic only (2004).
Classification: E20
6
What are mathematical problems? (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 27, 8 p., electronic only (2004).
Classification: D50 C30
7
Using humanistic content and teaching methods to motivate students and counteract negative perceptions of mathematics. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 27, 18 p., electronic only (2004).
Classification: D10
8
Popular cultural portrayals of those who do mathematics. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 27, 14 p., electronic only (2004).
Classification: A40 C60
9
Pat’s prologues introductions to the first two airings of Math Medley, a radio talk show. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 25-27 (2002).
Classification: U80
10
Marcy’s dots: a problem on a national test revisited. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 32-34 (2002).
Classification: U43
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Loopy. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 3-5 (2002).
Classification: M80
12
Divisibility: a problem solving approach through generalizing and specializing. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 51-55 (2002).
Classification: F69
13
Portfolio assessment in liberal arts mathematics. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 46-49 (2002).
Classification: D45
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When is a math problem really “real”? (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 35-39 (2002).
Classification: D40
15
Book review: the teaching gap by James W. Stigler and James Hiebert. Review part II: contrasting U.S. and japanese beliefs about mathematics teaching. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 40-44 (2002).
Classification: D30
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Humanizing mathematics: the humanistic impression in the course for mathematics teaching. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 12-19 (2002).
Classification: D30
17
Notes on formal constructivism. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 28-30 (2002).
Classification: D20
18
Calculus. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 30-31 (2002).
Classification: A90
19
A brief look at mathematics and theology. (English)
Humanist. Math. Netw. J., No. 26, 19-25 (2002).
Classification: A30
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