In 2006, I attended the Park City Mathematics Institute. I shared some of the work I did there on my website. Here is some information about this summer’s program, from the amazing Peg Cagle. -- Henri —————————————————————————————————— An immersive, three-week residential program, the Park City Mathematics Institute / Teacher Leadership Program provides participating secondary math… Continue reading PCMI

For Algebra

The Atlantic published an excerpt from Temple Grandin’s latest book (Visual Thinking). They titled it “Against Algebra”, which puts it in a tradition of anti-algebra pieces in various magazines and radio programs (!). Alas, anti-algebra ideas are also present among some math educators. I have written about this repeatedly: Technology in Math Education (2022) My… Continue reading For Algebra

Making a GeoGebra Slide Show

I’m a long-time user of interactive geometry software, of which the dominant instance these days is GeoGebra. Here are some ways it’s enhanced my teaching over the years. Most obviously, it provides an environment for students to explore geometry and geometric construction. I’ve written much about it on this blog, and shared some curriculum on… Continue reading Making a GeoGebra Slide Show