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As a teacher, usually I dread Mondays.
Not because of having to go back to work, but because Mondays mean establishing a new routine.
I’m definitely one for order and routine in my work life and Mondays just throw off the flow that had been good and established the week before.
Being that it’s currently summer, Mondays don’t bring the same feelings.
Mondays are simply an extension of Sundays, which are an extension of Saturday’s, which are an extension of Friday’s, and so on, and so on.
I’m not trying to rub it in, simply embracing the fact that this is my last “extension” Monday.
That being said…
The Week Ahead: Godel’s Incompleteness Theorems
The winner this week is “Godel’s Incompleteness Thoerems”.
I myself voted for this topic. I had absolutely no idea what this topic was about (nothing new there). I chose it simply because of the word “incomplete”.
Incompleteness and I have had a long battle.
I often start tasks and semi-finish them, leaving them incomplete.
My car is half-clean (the drivers and passengers seats because I don’t have to sit in the back). My classroom is half set up (Hanging posters is a tough job ok!) Our bedroom is semi-organized (just don’t look under the bed).
It’s a struggle I have been working on and can proudly say I have come a long way.
According to Wikipedia, Godel’s Incompleteness Theorems are:
two theorems of mathematical logic that establish inherent limitations of all but the most trivial axiomatic systems capable of doing arithmetic.
Do these theorems have anything to do with clean cars, or complete classrooms, or organized bedrooms?