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Welcome to the conference celebrating of 30 years of NCMATYC
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  • There are 15 twenty minute sessions - check the schedule for rooms 229 and 322.
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Friday, March 9 • 10:00am - 10:45am
A block OF understanding or a block TO understanding?

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A link to my presentation is at https://student.desmos.com/?prepopulateCode=natkb Continue the discussion about this presentation in the NCMATYC Slack Channel, MAT 171. 

For many students, the symbolic notation used in STEM courses can be a block OF understanding or a block TO understanding. For example, "The Triangle of Power" visually links powers, roots, & logs in one notation. Come see more suggestions of how to redesign symbolic notation & how to implement them.

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Luke Walsh

NCMATYC Past President, Catawba Valley CC
I taught middle school for five years and now have been teaching community college for elven years.

Friday March 9, 2018 10:00am - 10:45am
Room 327

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