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Comment on Methods of Teaching Mathematics by schwab
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2024/04/25/methods-of-teaching-mathematics/#comment-350
Sun, 05 May 2024 01:04:38 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=1922#comment-350I thought your talk was very good Alyssa! Being a future teacher I feel like it was super beneficial to see different ways of teaching material since not every kid learns the same and learning different ways of solving problems just expands your math knowledge and makes the brain stronger! Very well done!
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Comment on Solving the SET End Game Problem Using Modular Arithmetic by schwab
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2024/04/10/solving-the-set-end-game-problem-using-modular-arithmetic/#comment-349
Sun, 05 May 2024 01:02:29 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=1911#comment-349I thought your talk was very good Tarin! I had never heard of the game before but I definitely want to play it (especially now that I know how to cheat, although I can’t see myself doing those calculations during the game). I really think you broke the concepts down nicely and they were easy to understand!
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Comment on Catalan Numbers: The Beauty of Bijections by schwab
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2024/03/21/catalan-numbers-the-beauty-of-bijections/#comment-348
Sun, 05 May 2024 01:00:36 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=1904#comment-348I don’t think I had ever heard of the Catalan numbers before your talk but you explained it well and definitely cleared up some confusion I had surrounding the concept. It was very interesting when you were showing how all the different paths could be drawn!
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Comment on Black Scholes Model in Pricing Options by schwab
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2024/03/12/black-scholes-model-in-pricing-options/#comment-347
Sun, 05 May 2024 00:56:37 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=1901#comment-347Hi Gloria! I thought your talk was very good and very interesting. I chose to do the economics sequence for the math major so it was cool being exposed to some higher level economics.
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Comment on Methods of Teaching Mathematics by Tarin Rietz
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2024/04/25/methods-of-teaching-mathematics/#comment-346
Wed, 01 May 2024 18:31:34 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=1922#comment-346I’m excited for this talk! I have always loved learning math (obviously…), so I am very interested to learn more about the methods of teaching it. I hope to learn about some methods that I enjoyed learning from in middle and high school!
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Comment on Methods of Teaching Mathematics by crooks
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2024/04/25/methods-of-teaching-mathematics/#comment-345
Thu, 25 Apr 2024 15:57:58 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=1922#comment-345I think this is a great topic to discuss for a longer talk. The reason I am pursuing math today is because of all the work that teachers have done to show me the positives of math. They were able to constantly adapt to different learning styles to cater to each student and their needs. I am very excited to learn more about your topic.
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Comment on A Survey of Important People in Mathematical History by Tarin Rietz
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2024/04/19/a-survey-of-important-people-in-mathematical-history/#comment-344
Wed, 24 Apr 2024 20:24:08 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=1918#comment-344Your talk was really interesting, as it gave background on mathematicians who are mentioned all the time in math courses. I really liked learning more about these people who invented the theorems that we use everyday!
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Comment on A Survey of Important People in Mathematical History by crooks
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2024/04/19/a-survey-of-important-people-in-mathematical-history/#comment-343
Wed, 24 Apr 2024 19:17:50 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=1918#comment-343This talk gave great background to the history of many influential mathematicians. This is definitely an interesting part of math that is not often discussed. I am glad I was here to learn about it!
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Comment on A Survey of Important People in Mathematical History by Gloria Uwizeye
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2024/04/19/a-survey-of-important-people-in-mathematical-history/#comment-342
Wed, 24 Apr 2024 18:13:31 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=1918#comment-342I already told you in person but I hear by repeat, I am so excited for your talk! I enjoy anything that has something to do with Pythagorean theorem and I am so eager to hear you break it down for us.
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Comment on A Survey of Important People in Mathematical History by Alyssa Hall
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2024/04/19/a-survey-of-important-people-in-mathematical-history/#comment-341
Mon, 22 Apr 2024 04:25:02 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=1918#comment-341I am very excited about your talk this week. This sounds like it will be a great topic! It will be very interesting to learn about where these famous theorems that we have used so many times before come from.
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