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Prime Numbers: Their General Exclusion From Math Education Is Inexcusable
Prime Numbers: Their General Exclusion From Math Education Is Inexcusable
I have written most of my articles through a macro lens, trying to find the biggest picture possible for learning mathematics — you know…
Sunil Singh
Jun 18
Why early success in maths can be a curse
Why early success in maths can be a curse
I have been tutoring for over 10 years. Throughout that time I have observed different types of students. The most common type of student I…
Jesse Whelan
May 31
Sincerely, A Student
Sincerely, A Student
There is a community of high-school math nerds, united in our enjoyment of the game of SET, which revolves finding groups of cards that…
Aditi
May 20
Logic for Leadership: Why Executives Should Study Math (Part 3)
Logic for Leadership: Why Executives Should Study Math (Part 3)
If you fear math, you're not alone. Come explore why math is often taught wrong and the implications this can have for you.
Gillian A. Tisdale
Jun 13
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Logic for Leadership: Why Executives Should Study Math (Part 2)
Logic for Leadership: Why Executives Should Study Math (Part 2)
If you fear math, you're not alone. Come explore why math is often taught wrong and the implications this can have for you.
Gillian A. Tisdale
Jun 6
Logic for Leadership: Why Executives Should Study Math (Part 1)
Logic for Leadership: Why Executives Should Study Math (Part 1)
If you fear math, you're not alone. Come explore why math is often taught wrong and the implications this can have for you.
Gillian A. Tisdale
May 31
“When will I ever need Pythagoras?” — an honest response
“When will I ever need Pythagoras?” — an honest response
It is so much more than a formula
Junaid Mubeen
May 28
The Unreasonableness of K-12 Mathematics
The Unreasonableness of K-12 Mathematics
Mathematicians and scientists often express absolute awe — they gawk even — at the power and effectiveness of describing the universe…
James Tanton
May 28
The Wrong Vector For Math Education: High Speed Pedagogy
The Wrong Vector For Math Education: High Speed Pedagogy
I wish I could stop writing about this. But, I cannot. And I won’t…
Sunil Singh
May 17
Probability is Underrated
Probability is Underrated
Ah, probability. The fun strand.
Heidi Allum
May 6
Arithmetic Is No Longer The Gatekeeper of Mathematics, But Arithmetic Is Fun
Arithmetic Is No Longer The Gatekeeper of Mathematics, But Arithmetic Is Fun
Keith Devlin nicely points out in his latest blog post that calculation is no longer the gatekeeper of mathematics. In other words…
Matthew Oldridge
May 4
Tears From A Mathematician: A Quiet Call For A Loud Revolution
Tears From A Mathematician: A Quiet Call For A Loud Revolution
Francis Su has a Ph.D in math from Harvard. That is not important right now.
Sunil Singh
Apr 29
The beauty of mathematics is not obvious…but we can make it so
The beauty of mathematics is not obvious…but we can make it so
Where Paul Erdös got it wrong
Junaid Mubeen
Apr 29
Math Education Needs Willy Wonka
Math Education Needs Willy Wonka
The 1971 movie Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory has been one of the most influential things in my life. Its effects have always been…
Sunil Singh
Apr 19
“Then I Saw Her Face, Now I’m a Believer”: The Power of Family Math Nights!
“Then I Saw Her Face, Now I’m a Believer”: The Power of Family Math Nights!
Last month, Chris Brownell called for a Math Revolution by quoting the great John Lennon. He even played homage to the British musician by…
Matthew Beyranevand
Apr 17
The best representations of mathematics may not exist yet
The best representations of mathematics may not exist yet
How digital can reshape the way we see mathematics
Junaid Mubeen
Apr 15
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