We weren’t surprised to see Teri Owens participating in the #MTBoS Blogging Challenge. But it was her answer to Week 2 of the Challenge that blew us away. Go Teri!
Ask a math teacher or math professional to define what they think makes a great mathematician, and you’ll likely get quite a few different answers. Here’s an illustrated list of what makes a mathematician great.
Congratulations on your success Santa Maria High School students, Mariana, Valentina, Alondra, and Daisy! Your hard work paid off! #WINNERS
Megan Lewczyk is a perfect example of today’s NEW accountant. Here’s how IMP math is preparing students for today’s innovative accounting profession.
While math circles have been in Eastern Europe for over a century, they only reached U.S. shores 20 years ago. They have been growing steadily in popularity ever since. How do you start a math circle that students will love?
In 1996, a video starring Danny Glover explaining a new way of teaching math using IMP® was produced. How much has math learning changed since then? A lot, but there’s more change to come!
If you want to know how to create a great math circle students will love, check out this infographic for a great outline of how to get started!
Teacher Michael Reitemeyer shares his personal evolution from silencing students, to giving them a platform to find and express their voice.