# Tag Archives: teaching

## Monty Hall

The famous Monty Hall Problem explained with pictures and colors! Continue reading

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Tagged Art, Communication, Conditional Probability, Monty Hall, Probability, teaching
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## Math first in Pre-K?

NPR produced a short segment last week on a study thatÂ is happening now which compares standard pre-school learning with pre-school focused on mathematics. They found that the average student spends 58 seconds out of a 5 hour pre-school day on … Continue reading

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Tagged Children, Education, Kindergarten, teaching
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## “You are good at math”

So, the Atlantic posted this article about how poor America’s math scores are. And that our scores are going down. And while that’s super important… it’s also just a number. The more interesting question is how to fix that number. … Continue reading

Posted in Communicating Math, Learning and Teaching Math
Tagged math genius, mathematics, teaching
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