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Mark Trushkowsky May 11
When I hear, “I am not a math person,” what I want to say is, “They lied to you about what math is”. Let’s chalk up our streets, broaden what it means to do math, spark curiosity & conversation & use ’s to tell each other about it.
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Andrea Aug 24
I'm sad that is already over. It's always a blast to hear what other people are thinking about in math education. I find that there are always interesting questions that push my thinking! Can't wait till and an extra special thanks to all of the organizers!
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Jasmine Y. Ma May 11
Meaningful map-making this morning with
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Michael Pershan Apr 7
Replying to @mpershan
Anyone from the NYC crowd interested in doing this at this summer?
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Mark Trushkowsky May 11
Thanks to for bringing spacial justice to . So much to learn. "spatial justice... concerned w/empowering those most negatively impacted by urban infrastructure to take a stance in reconfiguring the city... a living human right" (Taylor & Hall)
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Eric Appleton May 11
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Todd Feitelson May 11
Great day at . Thanks to and for organizing. Insightful, thought-provoking and fun day.
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Arpi Lajinian May 11
Ended a great day at today with some .
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Ms Prioleau Feb 7
I'm definitely interested in attending. Add me to your list.for
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Carl Oliver May 11
Here's holding nature's answer to the question how to connect these three points in the most efficient way.
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Todd Feitelson May 11
Here’s a link to my presentation slides at on using soap bubbles to minimize distance. Links within to videos and my activity.
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Jasmine Y. Ma May 27
so cool! RT : Send like an interesting frame for the personally meaningful maps that did at , both the circl…
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Michael Pershan Feb 26
We're going to run this one-day math thing roughly how we ran . To get a sense for what that was like, check out our schedule:
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MathKatherine Feb 1
I'm interested! May 18 is likely the best for me, but am open to May 4th as well.
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Mark Trushkowsky Aug 27
Did you attend ? Please take a minute and give us some feedback so can be even better!
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Eric Appleton May 11
echos ‘s call for more . We’re starting today. Join us? Pose problems/puzzles at your local block party, playground, community garden... Share photos here.
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Benjamin Dickman May 2
Next step: ! 👀
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Carl Oliver May 11
just made a hypercube out of soap film!!
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Math912Teacher Feb 2
I'm about 3.5 hours away (so I'm not positive I could make it) but the 4th & 11th are the only dates that might work for me.
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Mark Trushkowsky May 11
Replying to @PaulaKrieg @eappleton
Paula, you would have loved this activity! Hope to see you at this summer.
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