This is a collection of student’s math history papers. They each provide an interesting insight.
We share an article on teaching policies in Ontario.
We provide commentary on research that was published on the effects of grading on students.
We comment on a post describing the difference between inductive and deductive reasoning.
Scientific American I saw this post today discussing how symmetry was maintained in a fetus while it was growing. In particular, a rat fetus was injected in the leg so that the leg would stop growing. The leg was then able to communicate with the placenta and the rest of its body to stop growing… Continue reading How mammals maintain symmetry during development.