Wolfram, computer-based math, “and making maths beautiful”
I’ve had Conrad Wolfram on my mind for some time. He gave a TED talk on computer-based math a while back, and just gave an updated talk at Learning Without [...]
There are a lot of great websites on math education, but some really stand out. I’m happy to report a new one which promises to be an incredible resource: [...]
Revisiting a Beautiful Puzzle on a 5 by 5 grid
Hi Everyone! We’ve been away for the holidays, but back now, and looking forward to diving back into the deep end. While we’re gearing up, I thought I’d [...]
Paper folding record broken!
Record Folders 54000 ft of paper 13 folds one new standard James Tanton and his students just broke the paper folding record! Follow the link for the story!
Math for Love activities in January
Lots in development for January, so here goes: We’re offering circles and classes all over town for kids grade K – 10, including a class for K-1 children [...]
Math Salons scheduled, plus a great new look at vast amounts of dollars
Happy post-Thanksgiving! To all Seattlites looking for a math-rich event for kids, we’ve finally got some Math Salons on the calendar, starting in January. [...]