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Exploding Dots: Uniting Elements of the K-12 Curriculum and Beyond

August 23, 2016 at 09:00:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada) 1508 views
About This Webinar

Here is a story that isn't true.

When I was a young child I invented a machine (not true) that was nothing more than a series of boxes that could hold dots. And these dots would, upon certain actions, explode. And with this machine (in this non-true story) I realized that I could explain true things! I could explain all the mathematics of arithmetic I learnt in grade school (true), all the of the polynomial algebra I was to learn in high-school (true), elements of calculus and number theory I was to learn in university (true), and explore unanswered research questions mathematicians are studying today (also true)!

Come join us as we explore the power of an astounding simple mathematical construct pushed to the max. Experience deep creative discovery first-hand and true joyous mathematics doing.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Webinar ID: 0487b3c98dcf
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter James Tanton
James Tanton (PhD, Princeton 1994, mathematics) is an author, a consultant, and an ambassador for the Mathematical Association of America in Washington D.C., currently serving as their Mathematician-at-Large. He has taught mathematics both at university and high-school institutions. James is absolutely committed to promoting effective and joyful mathematics thinking, learning, and doing at all levels of the education spectrum.
James has written a number of books, including THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MATHEMATICS (Facts on File, 2005) and two wordless puzzle books WITHOUT WORDS and MORE WITHOUT WORDS (Tarquin, 2015) -- which have each been translated in Serbian -- and developed two DVD Great Courses (The teaching Company, 2013 and 2016). He advises on curriculum, consults with teachers, and gives demonstration classes and professional development across the globe. James also leads the MAA’s Curriculum Inspirations project, www.maa.org/ci and is founder of The Global Math Project,www.theglobalmathproject.org. See his sites www.jamestanton.com and www.gdaymath.com for more.
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