Category Archives: Commentary

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MSU is Tearing Down Obstacles to Science and Engineering Degrees

Michigan State University is leading the country in improving its beginning math courses for STEM and non-STEM majors. Go Spartans! Continue reading

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A Portrait of an Inspiring Teacher: Fred Reusch

Teachers: If you were asked to leave your profession to be an administrator or even to write a history-making curriculum, would you? Read about an awe-inspiring teacher and his decision. Continue reading

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Eureka Math Curriculum: A Breakout Hit

Who are the real breakout hits behind the Eureka Math/EngageNY Curriculum? Continue reading

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Fluency without Equivocation

What is the difference between fluency and blind memorization, and how does the EngageNY math curriculum achieve automaticity? Read on to find out! Continue reading

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Eradicating Textbook School Mathematics (TSM)

It is apropos to begin this blog with a short discussion of Textbook School Mathematics (or TSM). Continue reading

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Hello world!

An introduction to my Commentary Channel. Continue reading

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