NebraskaMATH Newsletter - November 2017

Julia Nagy/The World-Herald
Julia Nagy/The World-Herald

Indian Hill math lessons add parents to the equation

The national news "Math Education SmartBrief" picked up a story about Indian Hill of OPS and Noyce Master Teacher Matthew Timm in the Omaha World-Herald on Oct. 22: "Some parents at a Nebraska elementary school are going back to class to learn more about the school's approach to math instruction." Continue reading…

Congratulations to Southeast math teacher Holdorf

Alan Holdorf (second from left)On Oct. 18, 2017, Alan Holdorf, Lincoln Southeast math & computer programming teacher, was the recipient of the Teacher of the Month Award for the month of September from the Lincoln East Rotary Club. Alan was a Noyce Teaching Fellow and earned his MAmt from UNL. Congratulations Alan! Continue reading…

Webinar: Data scraping, ingestation, and modeling

This activity webinar by Nick Horton of Amherst College on Nov. 21 at 2 pm describes a classroom activity where pairs of students hand scrape data from cars.com, ingest these data into R, then carry out analyses of the relationships between price, mileage, and model year for a selected type of car. Continue reading…

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