It started at the end of January with penguins ordering fish, fish, ... fish, in From Fish to Infinity. Now he's exploring functions and logarithms, in Power Tools. If you haven't checked it out, I think you'll enjoy it.
I love his series. I anxiously await each article. I think he does a very nice job and the links at the bottom provide some excellent further exploration.
This is awesome. As someone who doesn't teach math in a math class, but rather attempts to incorporate it in social studies and language arts, I'm always trying to learn more about the subject.
stands to be the most effective math popularizer of our time with his clear style, respect for the facts of the stories, and... presumably... massive circulation. i can't stand to look at it; professional jealousy.
Math Mama is Sue VanHattum, a community college math teacher interested in all levels of math learning, and the mama of a young son. I entered the blogging world as I began work on an anthology about learning math. Contact me at mathanthologyeditor on gmail etc.
I love his series. I anxiously await each article. I think he does a very nice job and the links at the bottom provide some excellent further exploration.
ReplyDeleteThis is awesome. As someone who doesn't teach math in a math class, but rather attempts to incorporate it in social studies and language arts, I'm always trying to learn more about the subject.
ReplyDeleteThanks so much.
@RE: I just read your intense Day in the Life series, and subscribed to your blog. Thanks for visiting and commenting.
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with his clear style, respect for
the facts of the stories, and...
presumably... massive circulation.
i can't stand to look at it;
professional jealousy.