I’m doing some guerrilla math-ed research for an upcoming paper blog post. Mostly because no research institution will have me (I smell like corn and bacon). So, without further ado:
Be honest, it’s anonymous, and you’re not in trouble if you answer “No.” You are if you answer “Yes.” Kidding. Sort of. Nerd.
I’m looking to collect the largest N that I can, so feel free to spam this along with the amazing new finding — that they don’t want you to know! — that you can unlock your car with your remote key and two cell phones! (In other news: Unicorns are real, they’ve just always been aquatic!)
* I am aware that is not actually the shortest survey ever. Also, because of the nature of this blog’s readership, I feel like I’m going to get answers skewed toward “Yes,” so please send this link to your friends and family outside of education. Pets are legit, too.
Hello! I teach physics, calculus, object-oriented programming, and gastronomy at a rural Iowa high school.
I write for Edutopia, which is as close to George Lucas as the restraining order will let me get.
I love curing bacon, the Oxford comma, and getting students into the narrative arc of a lesson. I hate traditional grading, non-sparkling water, and being boring. [Warning, my proof reader is paid a teacher's salary]
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