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    Would mathematics teaching be considered "higher level maths discussion"?

    As the title suggests, this is to ask a question whether you would consider discussion about mathematics teaching to fit into this subforum?

    And as a treat - a fun video I've come across which could be our first discussion...

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    I like the ideas, and I can definitely see applications to mathematics education (you could have students work out their own EXP for example...) Thoughts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prove It View Post
    As the title suggests, this is to ask a question whether you would consider discussion about mathematics teaching to fit into this subforum?

    And as a treat - a fun video I've come across which could be our first discussion...

    The Escapist : Video Galleries : Extra Credits : Gamifying Education

    I like the ideas, and I can definitely see applications to mathematics education (you could have students work out their own EXP for example...) Thoughts?
    Theoretically something under the 'teaching category' would fit nicely into this subforum, but this particular post does not. I believe that it is more of a chat room post.
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    Well I would like to discuss the ideas from the video I posted, which would fit very nicely into this subforum then
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prove It View Post
    Well I would like to discuss the ideas from the video I posted, which would fit very nicely into this subforum then
    I mean this is a new forum, so go ahead...let's see how it pans out.
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    Yeah, I think that's how we'll go about it.

    I think it will be best to moderate this forum as little as possible so as to encourage discussion, even if it turns out not being "advanced".
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