Jewelry for a Mathematician | AD

Recently I have been surfing the internet for some great, unique accessories I could wear which could show my love for mathematics. You know I like these kind of small details and I realized I do not have something like this in my life. After a little research I discovered SCIENCE INSPIRED JEWELRY BY SOMERSAULT18:24.  ... Continue Reading →

First Week of School

School started on 15th August in Scotland and on that day I have also started my first year of Secondary Teacher. I think you can imagine how nervous I was on that day and how scared I was about everything. Now that the second week is starting tomorrow, I cannot say that I am better,... Continue Reading →

Codex Silenda : the Book of Puzzles

You know I have been trying to keep you up to date to great Kickstarter projects which are related to mathematics. I think we should support these projects and more people should know about them. This time I have a great puzzle book to present. Codex Silenda: the Book of Puzzles is a five page puzzle... Continue Reading →

Learn to be a Teacher part 8

Some time passed since I last posted a post on my experience in school during my Masters (PGDE) and I thought that it is time I do some reflection on one of my lessons and share it with you all. For this one, I won't be talking about one of those great lessons, but one... Continue Reading →

How you behave when you don’t know?

Last week I have shared on Facebook an old post of mine: a quote (anonymous unfortunately) on what good mathematics really means. This is one of all time quotes on mathematics, but I was incredibly surprised by the huge number of reactions I have received and also a great number of comments and messages about... Continue Reading →

Reading Math before going to Sleep

Hope everyone has a great Easter. Today I wanted to recommend a book - a math book, of course. It is a book I have finished reading a while ago, but I didn't review it. I am talking about "The Bedside Book of Algebra" by Michael Willers. First of all algebra was and still is one of... Continue Reading →

My Normal Friday

I thought it would be quite fun if I will show you what I do in a normal Friday. So yesterday I have took notes and photos of different things that happened during the day. I hope you will like it. Mornings always start around 6 - 6:30 while I have my placement. Most of... Continue Reading →

Math Educational Carnival #95

Excitement!! The MTaP Math Educational Blog Carnival is at its 95 issue and I am extremely excited to host it. Moreover, February is one of my favorite months so I am extra excited for the opportunity. First thing, let us think a little about the interesting properties of the number 95: It is a Thabit Number. In... Continue Reading →

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