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Posted by Bruce Pennington on November 30, 2016

In previous blog posts, I explained the importance of learning a lesson thoroughly and accurately before practicing it, and I suggested you use the homework you are assigned in your courses as one way to practice your math skills.

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Posted by Bruce Pennington on November 18, 2016

In an earlier blog post, I wrote about the importance of learning a lesson thoroughly and accurately before practicing it. I also encouraged students to practice the concepts you learn frequently and one resource to do that is the homework you are assigned in your courses.

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Posted by Inge Meffert on November 10, 2016

Picture this: It is the night before your exam. You spend hours looking over your notes. The next day, you walk into the classroom, ready to take the test, or you think you are, and you “draw a blank”.

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Posted by Bruce Pennington on November 03, 2016

There is a story about the tutor Menaechmus who lived around 350 BCE.