I just finished the course "The Science of Learning" offered by the National STEM Learning Center. I have never done a course review, but I thought this course offers me a good opportunity to try it. First of all this is a free course from Future Learn. I have recently wrote a blog post on... Continue Reading →

Since I first heard about Escher I have been a huge fan of his. His art fascinates me. His understanding of infinities, symmetry and other mathematical concepts has made me love and understand mathematics even more. The way he represents mathematical concepts in his art is incredible. In the past I have written and shared... Continue Reading →

As you probably know already, April is the month of Math in Comics. So, in the next blog posts you will find out more about different comics I enjoyed reading recently. Today, I will talk about Sequential Math. Generally speaking, this is a comic series covering concepts and theories in advanced, university-level mathematics. Each self-contained comic... Continue Reading →

Recently I have read an article on Quartz about 200 universities that launched more than 600 free online courses. I have always believed that free courses are an incredible addition to the internet and education in general. I have used a lot of free courses in the past years and they have helped me learn... Continue Reading →

If you are a member of the LThMath Book Club on Goodreads you already know that we have been reading "Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions" by Edwin A. Abbott. The book turned up to be a great holiday read for me - I will be writing a review for it at the end of January.... Continue Reading →

By now, you should know I have been trying to post about different Kickstarter campaigns that are related to mathematics. So, today I wanted to post about an awesome project. The project I am talking about is called Harmonite: A Musical Maths Game. For this project, the title says a lot. It is a game which fuses music... Continue Reading →

Hello everyone! Today we are collaborating with Judee Shipman from Education.com to show you an interesting and creative math-activity to use in class. Enjoy! Grade Level: 6th & up;  Objective: This activity explores the properties and uses of “magic squares.” The purpose of this activity is for pupils to experiment with magic square design while... Continue Reading →

In the past weeks I have worked with negative numbers with most of my classes. To my surprise, I have realized that most of them had absolutely no idea where we use negative numbers. Therefor, I have decided to create this inforgraphic. Let me know what you think: Hope you enjoy these infographics because I... Continue Reading →

These couple of weeks have been quite controversial for me. I don't want to get into this "hard life" and "hard job" thing; I am grateful for the things I have. Also, I have worked my ass of for this, so I will not give up. Anyway, in August I have started teaching in a... Continue Reading →