Found note: “List of Counterexamples”
I found this note when I was cleaning out some old papers. It’s like finding a strange little gift from the us of the past. List of [...]
Making sense of math
Math makes sense. Not only to mathematicians, it turns out. Math just makes sense. It’s internally coherent, and shows you so when probed. All the rules in [...]
Math For Love meets Washington STEM
We are happy to announce that we’ve received an investment from Washington STEM to expand our work with teachers in Seattle area schools this coming year! [...]
When Girls Leave Math and What To Do About It
The conversation around gender and mathematics is often driven by poignant anecdote or by statistics. We have either the individual story of heartache or we [...]
What math curriculum actually works?
Reading the opinions and rants of various math curricula, I see how hard it can be to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of a given math textbook. Is Saxon [...]
Next Math Salon: January 24. Plus T Shirts!
The next math salon is January 24 from 4pm-6pm at Mosaic Coffeehouse, in Wallingford, Seattle. The event is free, though donations are welcomed. Please rsvp if [...]