Sunday, May 27, 2012

Nontrivial Pursuit

One of my Somerville students has borrowed one of my Trivial Pursuit sets so that he and some other students can use it to turn their studying into a game using the flash cards they created for mathematics and computer science. So instead of categories like "Arts & Entertainment" and "Sports & Leisure", the categories are now things like "Calculus", "Concurrency", and "Analysis". I approve!

Maybe this new game should be called "Nontrivial Pursuit"?

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