9 Tips from TAA Conversation Circle discussions

The past three TAA Conversation Circle discussions were packed with tips and strategies from TAA members! Here are just 9 tips shared during these discussions:

Writing Strategies

“At the end of each day, I print out what I have drafted. And then the next day, whenever it is I ended the previous day, that’s my starting point, rather than trying to scratch my head and figure out where I was when I left off.” – Margaret Reece

Member Spotlight: Gerald A. Williams

TAA Member Gerald A. Williams is Professor of Mathematics at San Juan College in New Mexico and both a textbook and academic author in the mathematics discipline. He writes trade books for the lay person with the goal being to give such readers both a transformative understanding and a newfound appreciation of mathematics. He writes under G. Arnell Williams..

His most recent publication is Algebra the Beautiful: An Ode to Math’s Least-Loved Subject (Basic Books, August 2022). He is also the author of How Math Works: A Guide to Grade School Arithmetic for Parents and Teachers (Rowman & Littlefield, April 2013).