# 10 Tips for Teaching Mathematics

Learning mathematics can be, without a doubt, challenging and motivating space for students, all depending on the form in which the teacher presents the content in his class. Read the following tips and practice those that allow you to improve your pedagogical practice.

• Make the content seem irresistible.

The main…

# The Connection Between Mathematics and Empirical Sciences

The mathematics of thought interests me very much in my research. How does mathematics shape our conceptualization of reality? That is the basic question that I always ask myself. …

# How the Famous Monty Hall Problem Changed the Smartest Woman’s Life in 1990?

There have been millions of people who have become obsessed with the Monty Hall problem. It appears to be straightforward, yet it has confounded thousands of people throughout the world, including math professors and top statisticians.

The Monty Hall Problem is called for the game show presenter who made it…

# 16 Utterly Useful Writing Tools All Writers Need

Writing is extremely important, yet it is not a simple task. I am sure you utilize some form of writing software regularly because MS Word is not good for a blogger or a writer. …

# Why Writing in Mathematics Vital for Teaching?

In 1989, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) identified mathematics communication as one of five significant goals in their Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics. NCTM has recommended more writing at all levels of mathematics for almost 30 years, including elementary school, middle school, and high school…

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# What is a Paradox in Mathematics?

Consider these two examples: “This statement is false,” & “I always tell lies.” These two statements cannot be true and false simultaneously. The reader is left with a problem.

• If the statement is true, it’s wrong because it is false.
• If the statement is false, then the statement must be…

# How to Be Happy: 10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Be Happier

The most valuable treasure of our times is happiness. Obviously, happiness has nothing to do with becoming a millionaire or finding a way of eternal life.

Happiness is something abstract but a difficult concept to define. Everyone talks about happiness. So many of us think happiness is a lifelong endeavor…

# Why You Should Buy a Kindle, Even If You Love Real Books?

There is something that kind of annoys me; I am a humanities major, so most of my friends are book snobs. I have a Kindle, and a lot of them say like, “Oh, I don’t know how you can do it, but a Kindle isn’t the same. You can’t feel…

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