bivey Bill Ivey. #iknowateacher who leads his kids and math (and other) teachers around the world to deep understandings. @republicofmath
marcelamomberg#FF @republicofmath si desean aprender matematicas de manera lúdica, creativa y absolutamente entendible , este es el maestro !! [if you want to learn math in a fun, creative and quite understandable, this is the master!]
TiomaidhWhy the heck don’t they teach interesting, non-plug-and-chug stuff like this (The curious case of the number 3435) in high school math? Every month, I get a little more resolute in my belief that the standard HS math curriculum needs to include a semester or two on number theory, at least for the honors track. If they’re short on time, they could teach geometry in a semester (as my school did), and/or teach Algebra II + Pre-Calc in two semesters.
daanvberkel1980 Daan van Berkel. I should thank you for your blog (post). I really enjoy it. Just like your tweet stream.
kopsas Daniel Kopsas. Think I will share with my students. “@republicofmath: If only students would memorize the information wp.me/p1mk0j-Lw”
Submitted on 2011/04/15 at 2:04 pm Brilliant! This was poignant and funny… I’m forwarding your blog link to my sister (math teacher extraordinaire in Dallas). Glad to find you on Twitter’s #ff. :) @webvixn
@wilderlab Jim Wilder. I really admire your articles… I want to ask you about your latest article on memory later… Kamii & I discuss this at higher ed.
dgende Dolores Gende. Great reflection via @republicofmath ‘Learning math usefully, productively, flexibly & deeply = active participation’ http://bit.ly/gSc9i3
mathsinthecity Maths in the City. @republicofmath – it is a really interesting post and some of our followers will want to engage with it.
earlsamuelson Thank you Gary @republicofmath I just shared the article with my grade 10 class…..got the thumbs up from them; they like being challenged
Sue VanHattum Hey Gary, I’ll give you a real comment from a supporter – I am loving your blog and just referenced this post at my blog (for the Tower of Hanoi, though the rest is important to me too). I know I’ve seen your blog before, but I must have been rushing. It didn’t get into my Google reader and went off my radar. I found it today while looking for good explanations (for my beginning algebra students) of the distributive property. I forgot my quick task as I explored the riches of your blog.
ViRAms Vitorino Ramos … honestly, I just wish one day, Gary would be my kid’s math professor http://wp.me/pJESd-TF just follow him here
jasonmarshall Jason Marshall: I’m not typically a big #ff participant, but I highly suggest following @republicofmath for lots of great math insight. #ff
JukemFootball Michelle Spelman: @republicofmath I love love love the “collaborate” and “stay positive” photos on front page of ur blog!
Mainframe Richard Green: #FF If you are even just a casual math geek, you really should follow @republicofmath – and if you are serious math geek, you must :)
iteachyear4 Ben Case: @republicofmath That is absolutely fantastic-thank you! Will let you know how I get on with codes as will def be trying it! #Codes
NISSSAMSI (Jamie Nunnelly)After reading your blog I’m thinking I wish you had been my mathematics teacher.
@pgraiser How school mathematics is increasingly out of touch with real world mathematics. http://wp.me/pJESd-T3 This is soooooooo good!