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CSPAN
Jul 17, 2016 7:00am EDT
global competition because korea, china, singapore and hong kong are far ahead of us and not mannix. i'll say this to you. they score higher because they work 23 hours a day. the biggest illness among young people in korea are pediatricians, sleep deprivation. they work 23 hours a day if the international competitions friendships are crossword puzzles, they would slow up there, too. we work 23 hours and i would advise that. there is a whole question of whether all these rates sharpens our mind. i agree that studying math and doing well at it sharpens your mind for dealing with mathematics. that is for sure. there is no evidence whatsoever that mastering mathematics makes you agile, adapt, excel and other fields. i did the shirt test of my own that queens college. i took the math scores are incoming freshmen. of the freshmen who took an introductory history course. the math scores. versus the history scores. there's the reasoning ability, guess what, the correlation was zero. to be high on math, bomb modern history, vice versa. math does not help another field. i'm not sure i want to
CSPAN
Aug 10, 2016 7:37am EDT
told that we better watch out in the global competition because korea, china, singapore are far ahead of us in mathematics. it's true. their student score on the international math test, you know, the test and others. they score high because they work 23 hours a day, you know, the biggest illness among young people in korea the ped pediatricians is sleep deprivation. the chinese and the koreans would score out there too. getting our kids to work 24 hours. that's for sure. there's no evidence whatever that mastering mathematics makes you agile, adept, excel in other fields. there's none whatsoever. i couldn't find any evidence. i took the math scores of our incoming freshmen, i took all the freshmen who took an introductory history course. .. i'm not sure what to call this a myth. there is a view, for example, the mathematician i really respected. this book by the numbers is on my bedside. one of the best books i've read on showing the layperson what to do. he closes the book. he believes that mathematics is one of the greatest creations of the human mind, perhaps even the greatest. he
CSPAN
Oct 30, 2016 3:50pm EDT
, china, singapore are far ahead of us in mathematics, it's true. there are students score on the international map test, you know, the test and others. they score high because they work 23 hours a day. the biggest illness among youngest people in korea, pediatricians write articles on this is sleep deprivation. they work 23 hours a day if -- i want to say this in the best way, if the international competitions run chess or cross word pulz ls the chinese and the court inteans would score up there. the big challenge is not more math for us is getting kids to work 23 hours and i wouldn't advise that. there's a question that math sharpens our minds. i agree that studying math and doing well at it sharpness your math with dealing with mathematics, that's for sure. there's none whatever. i couldn't find any evidence. hi, low versus history score, history use reasoning ability, weighing evidence, guess what? correlation was zero, high on math, bombout in history, vice versa. math does not help you in other fields. now, there are certainly -- and i'm not sure i want to -- there is a view
CSPAN
Jul 17, 2016 10:00pm EDT
competition because korea, china, singapore are far ahead of us in mathematics. it's true. their students score high on the international math test. they score high because they were 23 hours a day. the biggest illness among young people in korea is sleep deprivation. they were 23 hours a day and i want to say this in the best way. if the international competitions were on check for crossword puzzles, they would score higher there. the big challenge is not more math but getting our kids to work 23 hours and i don't emphasize that. there's a whole question of whether or not math sharpens our mind. i agree that studying math and really doing well at it sharpens your mind for dealing with mathematics. that's for sure. there is no evidence whatever that mastering mathematics makes you excel in other fields. there's none whatsoever. i did a short test of my own at queens college because i couldn't find any evidence. i took the math scores of varying coming freshmen and i compared the math scores with the history scores. weighing evidence, and guess what, the correlation was zero. to b
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2016 10:58pm EDT
the global competition because career -- china singapore and hong kong are far ahead of us in mathematics. it's true. their students score in the stratosphere on the international math tests. they score high because they work 23 hours a day. you know the biggest illness a down -- among young people in korea is sleep deprivation. they work 23 hours a day if and i want say this in the best way, if the international competition were in chess or crossword puzzles the chinese would score up there too so the big challenge is not more math but getting -- i would advise that. their size the question whether math sharpens our minds. really doing well at it sharpens your mind in mathematics that's for sure. there is no evidence whatever that mastering mathematics makes you agile, adept, excel and other fields. there is none whatever. i did a short test of my own at williams college. i took a math scores of our incoming freshmen. they took all the freshmen who took an intricate ture history course. i plotted the math scores high, low versus the history of scores. history, reasoning abili
CSPAN
Aug 6, 2016 9:45am EDT
watch out in a global competition, correia, china, singapore, far ahead of us in mathematics. student score in the stratosphere in the international math test. they score high because 23 hours a day, illness among young people in korea, leap deprivation, they worked 23 hours a day, if the international competitions, crossword puzzles, the chinese and koreans would score up there and a big challenge, if we worked 23 hours and i wouldn't advise that. and and sharpens your mind dealing with mathematic. and mastering mathematics makes you agile, adept, xl and other fields. and and took an introductory history course. and versus history, weighing evidence of that. the correlation is zero. to be high in math and history and math in another field, that is another myth. certainly, not sure i want to call this a myth but there is the view for example, a mathematician i really respect, i keep his book on my bedside. showing a layperson what it is. he believes mathematics is one of the greatest creations of the human mind, perhaps even the greatest. i will go along with that. i simply a
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)