Prof. Yahya Tabesh speaks at ICME-13 ‘16
Dr. Yahya Tabesh, former visiting professor at Stanford, recipient of Erdős Award and co-founder of Polyup, spoke at ICME-13 (International Congress on Mathematical Education) in 2016 in Hamburg, Germany. Dr. Tabesh was an invited keynote speaker on the pedagogy of digital learning for students. The Erdős Award is given by the World Federation of National Mathematics Competitions for those who “have played a significant role in the development of mathematical challenges at the national or international level and which have been a stimulus for the enrichment of mathematics learning.”
At ICME-13 Dr. Tabesh introduced Polyup and its mission to create a free and open digital learning paradigm for mathematical education. Read the abstract of his talk here: http://www.icme13.org/files/abstracts/ICME-13-Invited-lectures-Tabesh.pdf.
Dr. Tabesh’s talk was very well-received, and many listeners stayed afterwards to discuss his ideas in greater depth. Here is a photo from his talk: