Mathigon

One of the pleasant surprises at FETC 2020 was passing by a “STEM Theater” area of the convention floor and seeing a presentation on Telling Stories in Math (or something like that) about to begin. I sat down and listened to a fellow with a slight German accent describe how their are many stories that can be told to keep mathematics interesting. He had a slide deck to accompany the talk.

Little did I know that it was by the Philipp Legner, founder of Mathigon, one of my most favorite online math textbook/resource. And Mathigon is just a side project of his (he works at Google).

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Best buddies!

FETC SWAG

Sweet, What Ah Got?

souvenirs, writings and gifts?

stuff we all get?

FETC Conference, part 3

I attended multiple workshops presented by Eric Curts, who showed many ways to use Google Sheets. I realized that there is a generational gap between MS Excel users and Google Sheets users…in fact, any microsoft software and google software maybe.

Anyway, here are some snaps

FETC Conference, part 2

Last month I went to the Future of Education Technology Conference (or is it Florida Educational Technolgy Conference?) in Miami Beach.

The show floor had many vendors and organizations represented. And lunch.

 

 

 

 

FETC Conference

Last week I was in Miami Beach!

 

 

 

Oh yeah, there was also a conference.

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