tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7806043650549721218.post7433656580209669974..comments2020-01-16T05:35:01.737-06:00Comments on EPSILON-DELTA: Week 4 :: Writing Piece-wise FunctionsRebecka Petersonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12227797437296056645noreply@blogger.comBlogger4125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7806043650549721218.post-81638877419962005062019-01-28T06:33:44.521-06:002019-01-28T06:33:44.521-06:00MD-100 braindumps - 2019 MD-100 exam dumps vce fre...<a href="https://www.marks4sure.com/MD-100-exam.html" rel="nofollow">MD-100 braindumps</a> - 2019 MD-100 exam dumps vce free download, Microsoft MD-100damionhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07903889806260277551noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7806043650549721218.post-66829241615444810052012-09-19T21:08:26.873-05:002012-09-19T21:08:26.873-05:00My apologies for just now responding! I'm ext...My apologies for just now responding! I'm extremely behind, too. I've gotten to peruse your blog, and I'm really excited to read more! Great stuff.<br /><br />There are days I wonder why in the world I left college teaching. It's a piece of cake compared to HS teaching. But I wanted to see what the system was like so I could better understand the types of students we get at the college level. I sure hope it turns out to be a worthwhile experiment... :)Rebecka Petersonhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12227797437296056645noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7806043650549721218.post-56566002142015575612012-09-16T10:58:13.690-05:002012-09-16T10:58:13.690-05:00I happen to be teaching piecewise right now in Alg...I happen to be teaching piecewise right now in Algebra 2, so great timing for me! Thanks for sharing :)<br />druinhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12363634340959613461noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7806043650549721218.post-25283268883549686122012-09-16T08:49:13.129-05:002012-09-16T08:49:13.129-05:00I'm trying to get somewhat caught up on reader...I'm trying to get somewhat caught up on reader (between the new blogger initiative and school starting I'm extremely far behind) - this morning I read all your posts so far. I liked several of them, so the least I can do is leave you one comment. Several things you've talked about really resonated with me. I also emphasize functions and use piecewise as a continuation of parent functions and transformations (not that this is uncommon among us math teachers). I also found it interesting that you had been teaching at the college level and switched 'down' - one of the reasons I pursued a MS in Mathematics was to be able to possibly teach at the college-level one day if I wanted. I've wondered if it's different in a good way, but I think that's mostly a "grass is greener" sort of idea. Finally, I also really like to share the basics of Cantor's life with students - I feel that he's a mathematician who was recent enough that students can relate to his personal life yet not very mainstream at the high school level. It'd be nice if even high school students had heard of Gauss, Euler, Cantor, etc. in addition to the really dead guys like Euclid and Pythagoras. My students express frustration and wonder (some just one, others both) at the idea of empty sets and levels of infinity. Keep up the good work, I plan to keep reading as best I can!Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com