I’m at Butler University tomorrow for a National Science Foundation grant-writing workshop. Blogging will most likely not happen until the evening, if at all, although I do have the Friday Random 10 already written up and in the queue for auto-posting Friday morning. I’ve done these NSF workshops in the past, and process generally isn’t particularly captivating for a blog audience, but you never know.
stella on Answers to Test 1 and 2 multip… seo on Casting Out Nines has official… GREENEEFFOFOR on How I make screencasts: The wh… ian on How I make screencasts: The wh… BK on Three things I learned at…
Article CategoriesApple Blog announcements Blogging Calculus Casting Out Nines Critical thinking Crypto Early education Education Educational technology Engineering Family Friday Random 10 Geekhood GTD Higher ed High school ictcm Inverted classroom LaTeX Liberal arts math Life in academia Math MATLAB Music Personal Problem Solving Profhacks Scholarship Screencasts Social software Software Student culture Teaching Technology Tenure Textbook-free Textbooks Uncategorized Weekly features
Here's my personal website.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
- finished The Little Book of Contentment by Leo Babauta amzn.to/10ZFoFY 5 hours ago
- RT @Allison_Trybula: You know finals week is upon us when you walk past the library and see this... https://t.co/JlxfDq7yOw 9 hours ago
- @MrLeNadj That's awesome! He's my confirmation Saint and I've been a fan for many years. 18 hours ago
- Appropriate saint for students studying for finals. (Also my son's confirmation saint.) twitter.com/newman_society… 19 hours ago
- RT @AugustineQuots: This is the very perfection of a man, to find out his own imperfections. 19 hours ago