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Catherine Lane

United States

“I believe in GMP because math should be a joyful sense-making activity. I support GMP because I believe it will help free the subject of math from the curse of being a "set of rules".”

Catherine Lane

Catherine is an assistant professor of mathematics with a focus on the math content for preservice teachers. She is also on the leadership team of Cleveland's Crooked River Math Circle. Her main goal is for students to learn to enjoy mathematics.
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Erviola Konomi

Albania

“I believe in GMP because mathematics is the language with which God wrote the Universe and this language, we must teach our pupils how to entertain them, apply it in practice through PBL, coding, how to answer real life questions, through exploration, research and practice.”

Erviola Konomi

I am a math teacher of 14 years in high school. I like to teach because mathematics inspires me and my students to use new methods in teaching. One of them is learning through PBL projects. I am the coordinator for eTwinning in Albania, (#eTwinningEurope) and we have done many projects for math with European colleague and we have received European Quality Certificates for the projects. The goal is all involvement and innovation.
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Eric McDowell

United States

“I believe in GMP because it has the best chance of any movement in my experience to foster positive perceptions of Mathematics across the globe.”

Eric McDowell

Eric McDowell earned his doctorate in Mathematics at West Virginia University and has been teaching at Berry College (Georgia) since 1998. He has published research articles in the area of topology, but derives his greatest professional pleasure from teaching and exploring exciting pedagogical techniques.
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Haneet Gandhi

India

“I support GMP for its dedication for disseminating and popularizing Mathematics knowledge across the globe.”

Haneet Gandhi

I am a Mathematics Teacher-Educator in the Faculty of Education, University of Delhi, India. My areas of interest are Children's thinking, Professional Development of teachers and Quantitative Methods of research in Education.
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Marissa Di Pasquale

Australia and United States

“I believe GMP is an awesome platform for sparking joy, exploration & connections in math between teachers & students, through empathy.”

Marissa Di Pasquale

I'm a STEM graduate & CEO of ed tech company, Cashtivity. Our team curates real world challenges for middle school math & STEM classrooms; Our mission is to create joyful learning experiences that spark students entrepreneurial spirit, their creativity & collaboration.
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Matt Haber

United States

“I support the Global Math Project because in such a divided society, a shared positive global view of mathematics might just create unity.”

Matt Haber

I have spent 20 years teaching, consulting and advocating for a shift in the way math is taught and learned. Currently I design and facilitate professional development in the California area focusing on math pedagogy.
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Queen Martin

United States

“I support the Global Math Project because I believe that every child deserves to have fun and excitement in learning mathematics.”

Queen Martin

Queen is a High School teacher and a dual-enrollment professor. Queen is also the Department head of our campus. Currently, Queen is enrolled in Harvard's Math for Teaching Program. Queen loves to learn exciting ways to teach mathematics to her students.
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Theodore Alper

United States

“I support GMP because I share its goals of spreading awareness, appreciation, and enthusiasm for mathematical reasoning to everyone.”

Theodore Alper

Ted is the director of the Stanford Math Circle. He has worked in online math education for pre-college students for 24 years, and was the head coach of the San Francisco Bay Area ARML teams from 1996 -- 2007.