Selected Passages From Correspondence With Friends

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This page lists the contents of my Journal:

Volume 6 (2018)

  1. Why do your fingers alternate then meet at the center of mass of the rod? And why is the process not reversible?  pp. 1-5.  bit.ly/2rSGny7
  2. Mathematics for teachers of mathematics, pp. 7-21. bit.ly/2T5v80W
  3. Stripping a matrix of its zero eigenvalues, pp. 23-26. bit.ly/2F3YauQ
  4. 101 Coins, pp. 27-37. bit.ly/2HcRgpe

Volume 5 (2017)

  1. What students like,  pp. 1-6.  bit.ly/2BFZdgp
  2.  What can specialist mathematics schools give to students that mainstream schools cannot? pp. 7-15.  bit.ly/2T5sAQq

Volume 4 (2016)

  1.  Information and Communication Technology in university level mathematics teaching, pp. 1-30. bit.ly/2rSz8q0
  2. “Free Maths Schools”: some international parallels, pp. 31-43. bit.ly/2T9W27X
  3. Sublime Symmetry: Mathematics and Art , pp. 45-53. bit.ly/2EMTSYJ
  4. Comments on “Stop Ruining Math! Reasons and Remedies for the Maladies of Mathematics Education” by Rachel Steinig, pp. 55-64.  bit.ly/2EOswRZ

Volume 3 (2015)

  1.  Logic and Inequalities: A remedial course bridging GCSE and undergraduate mathematics, pp. 1-6. [goo.gl/wl0i06]. Superseded by bit.ly/1FZDj0P
  2. Derivation in A Level Mathematics, pp. 7-8. [goo.gl/XsxFRR]
  3. “Impossible examination” and the nature of “modelling”, pp. 9-16. [goo.gl/rkI2eR]
  4.  George Boole, Global Hero, pp. 17-20. [goo.gl/jTHSEr]
  5. Naming the Numbers, pp. 21-48. [goo.gl/eG7wpX]

Volume 2 (2014)

  1. Expression of mathematics in human languages: a questionnaire, pp. 1-8.

Volume 1 (2013)

  1. A monotonous bounded sequence as a metaphor for mathematics education, pp. 1-2
  2. Elementary Calculus: Real vs Analytic, pp. 3-8
  3. The strange fate of abstract thinking, pp. 9-12. [bit.ly/2907Mmi]
  4. Mathematics discovered, invented, and inherited, pp. 13-28. arXiv:1309.3073
  5. A personal take on synthetic phonics, pp. 29-44. [bit.ly/1YuHYUX]
  6. Relationality of teaching, the Khan Academy, and word problems, pp. 45-50. [bit.ly/29vYOlP]

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