End of Course Test: Teaching Math Classically
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Mathematicians approve other mathematicians’ papers according to whether they are true and:CorrectIncorrect
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Professional mathematicians’ work is always right the first time.CorrectIncorrect
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What is one of the most important steps a teacher can take to improve his or her teaching?CorrectIncorrect
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Andrew suggests a reason that mathematics has become tedious is that it has been separated from its inherent relationship with truth and Creation.CorrectIncorrect
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The grammar of mathematics is best taught through exploration and concrete examples instead of abstract concepts to be memorized.CorrectIncorrect
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Taking the time to teach students WHY the operation is done this way is just as important as HOW.CorrectIncorrect
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What is the prerequisite for lasting school reform?CorrectIncorrect
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The final thing you need to do to comprehensively refine a math program is to establish a reflective, collaborative, and professional culture at your school.CorrectIncorrect
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When you see the flaws in a student’s proposition, it is important to dismiss the idea right away, before the student looks into it too closely.CorrectIncorrect
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The virtues of the Socratic method are:CorrectIncorrect
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What is the art of mathematical rhetoric?CorrectIncorrect
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In taking a liturgical audit, we should consider not only how the student day is structured in terms of time and activities, but even in terms of physical space and architecture.CorrectIncorrect
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If students skip too quickly over steps in solving an equation, they might:CorrectIncorrect
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Even if students don’t understand every step of a proof, they can still appreciate that the steps are arrived at by logical reasoning and not by mathematical “magic.”CorrectIncorrect
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Mathematics is a “language” that:CorrectIncorrect
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Which is a reason why storytelling should become part of our pedagogy?CorrectIncorrect
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In an essay of 500 to 600 words, summarize the various suggestions from this course for creating an environment of interactive, collaborative, enthusiastic learning of mathematics for students.
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