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Sunil Singh and James Tanton Talk About Teaching Math (video)

Author: Scolab | Publish on January 19, 2017

A discussion with two Math specialists


Have you heard of James Tanton? As a math researcher with more than 10 years’ experience teaching, James is interested in finding ways to bridge the gap between math in the classroom and the creative and fascinating math that mathematicians explore and manipulate in their research.


With this in mind, he created the “Exploding Dots” game. Here at Scolab, we love it!


When James visited our offices to present “Exploding Dots” to our teams, we took the opportunity to pick his brain about teaching mathematics.


Sunil Singh, a math specialist and ambassador for the Global Math Project who is also part of our sales team, talked to James about patience and problem-solving.


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