In this session Andrew describes the ways in which students can learn to construct persuasive, eloquent mathematical arguments or proofs. He seeks to employ a “rhetorical” pedagogy, helping students to see the importance of expressing mathematical concepts, equations, and proofs with beauty and persuasion.
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