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In this episode of our podcast My Favorite Theorem, my cohost Kevin Knudson and I were lucky enough to talk with James Tanton. Dr. Tanton is a former university mathematician and high school math teacher, but his current job title is “mathematician-at-large” of the Mathematical Association of America. You can listen to the episode here or at kpknudson.com, where there is also a transcript.
As Dr. Tanton says in the episode, he views his role as one of creating and facilitating joyful, enriching experiences with mathematics for students at all levels of mathematics learning. Right now, he is especially excited about Global Math Week, a project that brings an activity called “Exploding Dots” to classrooms around the world during the week from October 10 to 17. Last year, he says, over a million students got to play with it in their classrooms; this year, they are aiming for 10 million.
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