I was explaining to my class the other day that given our class sizes it is better than 50-50 that two students have the same birthday.
But hard to explain.
So I give them this article.
Article below By STEVEN STROGATZ
Me, Myself and Math, a six-part series by Steven Strogatz, looks at [...]
I have included a reprint from the NYTimes this morning. While the effort is absolutely laudable and worthy, I wonder, in the time I move from the washroom to my classroom, if there is a lack of clarity as to why this might occur, the need to have extra assistance.
I vacuumed my room [...]
A repost from the NYTimes, just food for thought today.
By TARA PARKER-POPE, Editor
Research shows that education is an essential element to keeping the brain fit as it ages, an issue explored by the New York Times reporter Patricia Cohen in the latest issue of Education Life.
For those in midlife [...]
Excellent series of articles by the NYTimes. One of my favorites and I forgot to publish it after I read the last one, oops.
Articles in this series examine how a deluge of data can affect the way people think and behave.
This article was in the NYTimes this morning and it was an affirmation of the direction I am putting in place for my school.
New Programs Aim to Lure Young Into Digital Jobs
Jodi Hilton for The New York Times
Dr. John Halamka today is the chief information officer at the Harvard Medical School.