Online courses: Coursera

I thought that today I should say a couple of words about one the biggest online courses website I know about: Coursera. I have found about it approximately 4 years ago and I have tried some of its courses during the years. Since I first started to use it, it has evolved a lot and... Continue Reading →

Online Courses: FutureLearn

November is here, I cannot believe how fast October passed. I thought that this month I would talk more about free online courses. I know that some of you are interested in learning some parts of mathematics by themselves from different reasons. Also, I have found that even if you have already done this at... Continue Reading →

MathFood

Who doesn't love food? And math? Or math and food? Randomly looking on internet I have found some incredible images that combine food with mathematics. During the months I have collected some great images (check Delicious Math) and I wanted to talk a little about some of my favorite ones ^_^ 1. Fractal Pancakes: well, who... Continue Reading →

Summer Books

During the summer holiday I never enjoy reading hard math text books and most of the time I enjoy reading more easy ones. Normally I chose them carefully, to find out more about a subject I am not really confident with. This is a great way to find inspiration and gain curiosity for a though... Continue Reading →

Donuts make it BETTER

I think a couple of weeks ago I found this photo just surfing the internet: "I thought it is an incredibly fun explanation for why square donuts feet better in the box, and also we get extra product, too. The thing with the explanation in the photo is that it is perfect for the 2D... Continue Reading →

Tutoring & Multiplication Table

It took a while to decide to make a post about my tutoring session, but here it is. So I have stared working in late September, beginning of October as a consultant for a company that does private tutoring. It is a nice local Social Enterprise which does group tutoring, but also private sessions for... Continue Reading →

Scary Mathematics

I thought that because Halloween is tomorrow (for me) a post about some Halloween related mathematics will be fun. 1. Carving Pumpkins. This is one of the traditions for Halloween that I enjoy the most. I was never used to Halloween when I was little, because in Romania (my birth-country) we didn't celebrate it, but my... Continue Reading →

Flutter: Butterfly Sanctuary

I know that most of this month, so far, was more about the Mathematicians' Event and I believe sometimes it is to much, even if I love this event a lot. So I decided to do something completely new today: talk about a game. Maybe you do not know already but I am a big... Continue Reading →

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