“I support GMP because the perplexing aesthetics of mathematics is worthy to be joyfully shared with every student to discover for themselves, regardless of the age. ”
“I support GMP because I believe it has a power to illuminate the road for children's imagination, on its way of conquering the mountain of knowledge.”
Nela SpasojevicNela Spasojevic is currently a math teacher of "Tehnicka skola Trstenik", Serbia. Nela has been teaching for 19 years, and has been a team leader for the Entertaining Science Workshop organized within the Center for Kids and Youth in Vrnjacka Banja for 2 years. She is also a regular presenter for annual math teacher meetings organized by Mathematical Association of Serbia.
“I believe in GMP because I am an advocate for promoting mathematics as an international language.”
United Arab Emirates
“I support GMP because I want to give a playful image to mathematics, so that society, instead of being terrified by mathematics; play with numbers like they play football.”
“I support GMP because it would make quality learning of math accessible to all irrespective of economic or social background.”
Sandhya GuptaSandhya Gupta is the founder of Aavishkaar, a center for Science, Arts, Math and Technology in Himachal Pradesh, India, which aims to make learning a joyful exprience, and make quality learning accessible to all irrespective of their economic or social background. Sandhya is a math & science enthusiast, an electrical engineer, and a women's education advocate. She earned her PhD in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University (Iowa, USA).
“Mathematics, like singing, is for everyone - not only the three tenors. Everyone can learn it, enjoy it, and experience the beauty, elegance, and surprise that is hidden within it - if someone or something can help reveal it. I believe that the GMP will do just that, and this is why I support it! ”
Nataša SirotićNataša Sirotić was an engineer in Slovenia who became a math teacher in Canada in order to fulfill her mission: "Give, and you feed for a day. Teach, and you feed for a lifetime." In her classes high expectations are blended with guidance and encouragement; Natasa believes that finding a correct answer is just as important as having fun in working on the problem. She is also active in the field of mathematics education research and has instructed courses at UBC and SFU for preservice elementary and secondary mathematics teachers. She completed her doctoral studies in mathematics education at SFU, with a dissertation focusing on practice-based professional development of in-service secondary mathematics teachers.
“I believe in the Global Math Project because it will help to get children more excited about learning Mathematics ”