I'm interested in learning about the details of English grammar and usage, and also maybe in picking up some prescriptions or guidelines for writing well-styled/balanced prose (a la Strunk & White, though my understanding is that there's potentially a great many schools of thought to look at here). The kicker: my academic background is in math and computer science, including the very formal reaches of things like logic, formal languages, etc. Is there any way that this stuff can help me learn that stuff? [more inside]
What curriculum/books should I follow to teach 2 students one in the 7th grade and one in 8th grade that are homeschooling?
What curriculum/books should I follow to teach 2 students one in the 7th grade and one in 8th grade that are homeschooling? [more inside]
When did "Maths" change to "Math" in American English? Or is it the other way around? [more inside]
What are some easy, relatively quick ways to learn to write better, think clearer, and express myself better? [more inside]
Anyone ever worked as an editor/proofreader for science and mathematics articles not written by native English speakers? [more inside]
FirstTimeTutorFilter: I'm plan to start tutoring Math, Chemistry, Physics and possibly ESL in January. Only problem is, I have *no idea what I'm doing*. Anyone have any textbooks, general teaching books, online certification courses, etc to recommend? [more inside]
I need to learn basic to fairly advanced Math and English and I'm somewhat of a rookie who is taking action. Help!!
I'm looking to rebuild my mathematics skills from the ground up so that I have proper habits. I'm looking to start from the basics and go straight up to calculus. Math was a subject in which I didn't pay as much attention to as I wish that I had and am looking to find the best sources of information on the subject. I also would love software that would drill me kind of like speed reading software but for math. [more inside]