Category Archives: The Swedish situation

Are teaching schools necessary (or are they doing their job)?

To some extent the problems with mathematics learning and teaching must have something to do with the quality of mathematics teachers. Yes, mathematics is difficult, perhaps it is the most difficult school subject of all for most people. And it … Continue reading

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The concrete problem I’d like to solve

Where I teach, we have engineering programs that are three years of length. Students take two, perhaps three mathematics courses, the two first being Linear Algebra and Calculus. Each course are seven weeks and run in parallel with another course. … Continue reading

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