ChinaGrace28 karma2020-01-06 18:17:54 UTC
So, this is going to sound like it comes out of left field, but I teach college mathematics at a two-year college. One of the classes I teach has a lot of students in it who are going into law enforcement or fire science, and I have the flexibility to stress certain things over other things if it's helpful to the majors the students are in. Is there any particular type of math that you have found invaluable (ability to work with formulas, ability to work with computers/technology, geometry, etc.) in your work?
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ChinaGrace17 karma2020-01-06 18:31:16 UTC
Thank you so much for your responses! They really are all important to me as an educator, and I will be keeping these things in mind as I continue to adapt my course. It takes a village! ❤️
ChinaGrace7 karma2020-01-06 17:53:35 UTC
Thank you for responding! St. Louis Fire and St. Louis EMS are the unsung heroes of the metro area, and you all deserve ALL of the kind words in the dictionary! :)
ChinaGrace3 karma2020-01-07 01:06:56 UTC
Thank you! :)
ChinaGrace3 karma2020-01-06 17:28:59 UTC
Hi! I have a question for Captain Mosby. A few months ago, there was a concern about a lot of vacant houses being burned in St. Louis, and it was thought to be by the same person or people. I'm curious as to what part of something like that do you handle and what part do the police handle?
EDIT: I live in the metro St. Louis area; thanks for everything you and your department do for us!
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