May 31, 2010

When I’m Not Teaching

Filed under: Uncategorized — Adam Glesser @ 9:02 pm

Actually, it is a trick title: I’m always teaching. However, when I’m not in front of a formal classroom or working on material for said classroom, I spend most of my time with my family. But, when I’m not trying to corrupt youth (at school or at home) I read a lot of blogs, play board games, learn Spanish (or, more recently, French) and write a very popular blog. 🙂

When, though, I finish doing all the above things, I try to find time to do some mathematics. In case you’re interested in what I do or you’re a family member looking to see what I’m up to recently (hi, Mom and Dad), here is a paper accepted last week into the Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society.

Now, I have an ulterior motive for bringing this up. In preparation for my post on story telling in the classroom, I wanted to first run an idea by the blog-o-sphere and if the feedback is positive, I might try it. Stay tuned.


1 Comment »

  1. […] under: High Effort/Low Payoff Ideas — Adam Glesser @ 9:32 am As I mentioned in my last post, I recently had a research paper accepted (yay!). The process of writing a paper is both satisfying […]

    Pingback by Annotated Papers « GL(s,R) — June 2, 2010 @ 9:32 am | Reply

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