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|Robert Talbert, The Chronicle of Higher Education|
|Blog from The Chronicle "where math, technology, and education cross." Posts, which date back to December, 2005, have included "Inside the liberal arts math course," "Not to be a calculus heretic or anything, but...," "A taste of Tufte," "A proposal about digital natives," "Advice for effective studying," "A calculus thought experiment," "Misunderstandings vs. misconceptions," "Two big mistakes in thinking about technology in education," "The trouble with Khan Academy," "Three things I learned through teaching a flipped class," "Doing linear algebra with peer instruction and Learning Catalytics," "A conversation about teaching preparation," "Inside the inverted proofs class: Why I did it," and "Whither POGIL?" and "Why do we overcomplicate calculus like this?" Talbert teaches at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan.|
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