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The Math Values Blog: A Tour
Have you checked out the Mathematical Association of America’s Math Values blog? The site includes posts about inclusivity, community, communication, teaching and learning, and more. Please join me on a blog tour highlighting some Math Values posts that I find … Continue reading
Posted in Blogs, Issues in Higher Education, K-12 Mathematics, Math Communication, Math Education, people in math Tagged calculus, chess, college, equal, fair, inclusion, logic, MAA, Math Values, problem solving Comments Off on The Math Values Blog: A Tour
When Life Hands You Lemons, Make Fibonacci Lemonade
I’m so glad I found Andrea Hawksley’s blog earlier this year! Hawksley is a software developer, mathematical artist, co-founder of the Octahedral Group, an organization of Bay Area mathematical artists. She works on the eleVR project, where she helps make … Continue reading
Posted in Mathematics and the Arts, Recreational Mathematics Tagged chess, fibonacci lemonade, G4G, games, Gathering for Gardner, mathematical art, mathematical food, origami Comments Off on When Life Hands You Lemons, Make Fibonacci Lemonade