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Teaching Tidbits

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By Jessica M. Deshler, Dana C. Ernst, Rachel Levy, Lew Ludwig, Rejoice Mudzimiri, and Julie Phelps
Teaching Tidbits provides quality, evidence-based ideas with high impact and low time commitment for a wide audience. Posts are published bi-weekly during the Fall and Spring semesters.


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By David Bressoud
Launchings is a monthly column written by MAA Past President David Bressoud, covering the state of mathematics education, trends in faculty appointments and tenure positions, and much more.
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Devlin's Angle

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By Keith Devlin
Devlin's Angle is a monthly column written by mathematician Keith Devlin. Posts discuss mathematical concepts, books, recent discoveries, and higher education.
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Math Horizons' Aftermath

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Aftermath essays appear in every issue of Math Horizons magazine. These essays are intended to be editorials and do not necessarily reflect the views of the MAA.


MAA Blog Archives

MAA Active Learning Day

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By Adriana Salerno
In 2016, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) announced October 25, 2016 as Active Learning Day. To support national campaign, MAA's visiting mathematician, Adriana Salerno, highlighted the many contributions from MAA members to active learning. 

Card Colm

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By Colm Mulcahy
This was a bimonthly column that explored mathematical card principles and effects for fun, very much inspired by the extensive writings of Martin Gardner (1914-2010) on the subject, going back to his seminal Mathematics, Magic and Mystery (1956).
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Math Ed Matters

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By Dana Ernst and Angie Hodge
Math Ed Matters was a blog that posted monthly to explore topics and current events related to undergraduate mathematics education. Posts aimed to inspire, provoke deep thought, and provide ideas for the mathematics—and mathematics education—classroom.