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Thursday, August 30, 2012
Over the summer, my wife and I adopted a puppy found in a local dumpster. After reading about 3 or 4 books I decided I was going to teach my dog how to sit, stay, roll over, bark and……mathematics.
How do you teach a dog math?
Very easy, but first you have to teach your dog how to bark. Once this is done, I have trained my dog to bark twice every time I say "One plus one". She barks three times when I say "Two plus one". Lastly, I have trained her to remain silent when I say "Four times zero".
She understands math correct?
Before an argument is started, I do not believe she truly understand math, but only has memorized mathematical commands. I wonder how many students go through math class with the knowledge similar to my dog; memorized facts, but has very little understanding.
Years ago, my class was set up in a way that I was training dogs, not teaching students. I would give students questions out of context, assign redundant homework, and lastly reward speed and repetition with marks. My dog has taught me a more valuable lesson than I could ever provide to her; there is a large difference between memorization and knowledge.