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TMC17 Diary

Well I did it. I went to Twitter Math Camp 2017 (TMC17) in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
I found out about TMC last year, when Tracy Zager mentioned me in her keynote at TMC16, effectively yanking me right into the thick of it. I could see that this was one of the things that cemented together the […]

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TMC16 reflections from someone who wasn’t there

This post is about my response to TMC16.
For the uninitiated, TMC is short for Twitter Math Camp. This is a conference designed by teachers for teachers with teacher speakers, organised through the collective efforts of the Math Twitter Blog-o-Sphere (MTBoS) — a group of people who blog and tweet about their experiences teaching math(s). That […]

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Things I didn’t learn from OZCOTS 2012

A couple of weeks ago I found out that OZCOTS (Australian Conference on Teaching Statistics) was being held here in Adelaide. I thought that I should go to it, since I seem to be spending rather a lot of time teaching statistics these days. And so I went.
As it turned out, I didn’t learn all […]

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