We tend to have a lot of hopes for our breaks, but we often end up retreating to our favourite (non-work-related) activities.
Prendre soin de nos océans Blogue Agence Science-Presse mar 08/01/2019 - 17:01 19151 Environnement
Une nouvelle voie neuroanatomique au cortex visuel (plus deux outils pédagogiques) Blogue Le cerveau à tous les niveaux lun 07/01/2019 - 16:21 19147 Biologie Blogue Le cerveau à tous les niveaux
What is a science or mathematics education good for? One way to answer that question would be to say that teaching is a good use of such a degree. The idea makes sense, since a degree should give you a lot of knowledge in the subject. And, once you’ve gone through the challenges of completing the courses necessary for your degree, wouldn’t teaching the material be the next natural step? Another route is to do…
No one will ever find this confusing, I’m sure of it!
Norvège : des caméras thermiques à la rescousse des fêtards Blogue Bruno Fortin dim 06/01/2019 - 08:12 19144 Technologie
When you want to form a new habit, how do you go about it? Do you purchase equipment in the hope that spending money will “force” you to stay consistent? Perhaps you try to stay accountable by enlisting the help of a friend. Maybe you announce a project publicly, to show that you’re serious, or sign up for a class on a subject you’re interested in. This can apply to many situations, from getting better…
“And I thought they were insightful!”
I think we get too comfortable with commutativity in our early mathematical education.
“Engineering doesn’t quite work like that…” “Yes it does! Your job is to build my crazy ideas, and maybe get some credit for it later. Don’t you want that?”