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Prodipta Hore

India

“I believe in GMP since I want to know more about the application of Maths around the globe and share creativity in Math education among all.”

Prodipta Hore

Math is not confined in classroom teaching only. It has application in day-to-day life, its relation with every possible subjects is amazing and must be shared with everyone.
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Aleksandra Ravas

Serbia

“I believe in GMP because everybody's life should be filled with joy and math enables us to experience it.”

Aleksandra Ravas

Aleksandra is a former secondary math teacher, currently working as IT developer. She is an avid math enthusiast who translates math books, and gives and listens to math lectures. She especially enjoys ones that highlight the history of mathematics or discuss the teaching of mathematics, or both!
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Mohan Basnet

New Delhi, India

“I support GMP because GMP is a unique platform where you are nurturing a child’s intellectual being for the Glory of God and inculcating the joy of learning. ”

Mohan Basnet

During my Decade long working with various Schools as a mathematics mentor , excels in academic transaction and with equal competence in administrative capacity . I have held various positions ranging from Teaching to Administrative .
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Hilary Kreisberg

United States

“I support and believe in GMP and its role in uniting math educators to embrace the global shift in mathematics education. The GMP allows me to be part of a society where all educators collaborate to ensure that all students receive the highest quality education in mathematics.”

Hilary Kreisberg

Dr. Hilary Kreisberg currently works at the Center for Math Achievement at Lesley University, providing math professional development through workshops and courses to districts across Massachusetts. Before transitioning to higher education, Hilary was a K-5 Math Coach and an elementary school teacher. Hilary has a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Leadership and Curriculum Development, a Master of Arts degree in Teaching and Special Education Licensure, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics, all from Northeastern University. Hilary believes mathematics is a language that everyone can speak. She hopes to one day be a part of a larger shift in the culture of mathematics, one where all humans realize there is no "math" gene, but that everyone can be successful if they develop a growth mindset.
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Michael Nelson

Australia

“I support GMP because every child should discover the beauty of Mathematics”

Michael Nelson

Michael is currently a Mathematics Specialist and Coach in public education. Michael has presented work on Mathematics both in his own school and for any other school willing to discover the beauty of Maths.
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Linda Witte

United States

“I support GMP because math is magical and the foundation for reasoning.”

Linda Witte

I have been a math teacher for 25+ years. I love introducing students to problems that allow them to challenge themselves while inspiring them to love math.
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Cornelia Sofronie

Romania

“I support GMP because I find that the enjoyment of mathematics should be reaching to everyone and because in this project, there are many teachers who are making mathematics more accessible for students.”

Cornelia Sofronie

Teacher of Mathematics and Principal in the Secondary School "Vintila Bratianu", a prestigious school in Arges area. I am member of Romanian Mathematical Sciences Society.
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Andy Engleward

United States

“I want to help the GMP spread a new view of math to as many people as possible, so that they experience it as an ever evolving space for mindful creativity and fabulous thinking instead of as a static collection of uninspiring facts and formulas.”

Andy Engleward

Andy Engelward is the director of the Math for Teaching masters program at the Harvard Extension School. He first began teaching mathematics while completing his PhD in number theory at Harvard. Since that time he has taught students from ages 7 to 70 in a wide range of settings including a prep school (Noble and Greenough), an after-school program (The Math Circle at Harvard), and summer programs (Upward Bound and the Harvard Summer School), in addition to teaching in the Harvard Math Department and at the Extension School. He credits his enjoyment of teaching to his parents who helped him experience the thrill of mathematical discovery when he was very young. He has made it his goal to help as many others as possible to enjoy that same sense of mathematical creativity, leading to his current work with teachers in the Math for Teaching program as well as in the Boston Math Teachers' Circle.