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# Category Archives: teaching

## Math Camp II: Eternity

This is the second installment describing my experiences teaching at a math camp for high-schoolers. More about the computers class later, right now I just wanted to mention an evening talk that I gave to the entire camp. It was … Continue reading

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## Math Camp I: Recursion and such

The past two years I’ve taught at a summer math camp for high school students. In 2010 I assisted with a class on chaos and fractals. This year I assisted with a computers class. I’m planning to do a couple … Continue reading

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## Math Card Games

By Joan A. Cotter, Ph.D. Published by Activities for Learning, Inc. A link to their site about this product can be found here: Math Card Games: 300 Games for Learning and Enjoying Math. To see a price list, click on … Continue reading

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## The UHT

There are two things that you need to know about the UHT. First YOU NEED TO KNOW THAT IT IS FALSE! Second you need to know what it is. I’ll explain that right now. The UHT is the Universal Homomorphism … Continue reading