On Fri, Oct 19, 2012 at 6:59 AM, Joe Niederberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> Robert Hansen says: > >Keep in mind that Lou misstated what I said (probably unintentionally). I > was referring to that proof test in the document I referenced. It showed a > proof and then asked "On a scale of 1 to 5, how strongly do you agree or > disagree with this proof?" > > My apologies - somehow two separate threads have become intertwined. > Joe N >
Yeah, several threads got mixed with the "dot notation" one. That's OK. DotNotation.thread = "What we think about Math Ed" # etc.
What I'm saying is we are culturally straitjacketed by words like "computer science" which is actually today's major mainline math. Industry is using dot notation to control the world (the e-World, just virtual) and K-12 stays ignorant because why? Because "dot notation" is not a math notation. Says who? Says no one with a coherent bone in her/his body. But then lots of people are spineless.