Category Archives: minorities in mathematics

Join My GA Math Book Club

Reading is a vice for me—I can lose hours, nights of sleep, whole weekends in novels. Often I read non-fiction to keep from getting so  sucked in, and mostly that means general audience (GA) math. Everyone who has read many … Continue reading

Posted in books, math and art, math in the media, minorities in mathematics, Uncategorized, women in math | 2 Comments

I’ve got my mindset on you, growth.

Last week Sara brought up growth mindset as an important part of talking to students dealing math anxiety and insecurity. When I first heard the phrase a few months ago, I thought it was maybe some hokey visualization mantra for … Continue reading

Posted in minorities in mathematics, teaching, women in math | Tagged | 2 Comments

Talkin’ Bout A (Teaching) Revolution

I have always taken my teaching very seriously. Mainly because I believe that I am not just teaching my students mathematics, but general skills that will make them successful in life, regardless of whether that future life involves mathematics. This … Continue reading

Posted in active learning, inquiry-based learning, minorities in mathematics, teaching, women in math | 5 Comments