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Topic: [ap-calculus] summer reading suggestions
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Shahana Sarkar Kadlic

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Registered: 2/29/08
[ap-calculus] summer reading suggestions
Posted: May 11, 2012 2:35 PM
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Every year this time, my department and I start talking reading and math...
and this listserv has provided many titles that we have I ask
you again:
what's on your summer reading list? Ideally it would be math related in
some way (2 years ago we read and enjoyed the steve Strogartz book), but it
could be about

- pedagogy,
- some cool math idea,
- a fun way math is used in a novel ( like "the incident of the dog at
midnight" I forget the exact title),
- something that maybe you think students would enjoy, or
- something that you think only teachers would enjoy
- it could be a classic (I could certainly stand to read a few of those)
- or it could be a new release

Looking for inspiration! Summer is nearly here!

Many thanks for all the help you provide, in this and everything calculus

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Shahana Sarkar
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Chair, Math Department

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