“I believe in GMP because mathematics can embolden a spirit of curiosity in all of us that is worthy of a global celebration.”
Math Education Transformer and Social Media Triathlete, ScolabA self-proclaimed Mathematical Jester, Sunil is transforming the way mathematics is revealed with his video blog work at Scolab and his traveling math show for K-12 schools across North America. He was a math and physics teacher for 20 years, including teaching at an International IB school in Switzerland. It was there that he took a math team to the British School of Paris for a European Middle School Math Competition in 2006. In the last decade he has given over 50 workshops on creative mathematics all over Ontario–from schools to faculties of education to even the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto! He is a regular contributor to The New York Times and is writing a book, Pi of Life: The Hidden Happiness of Mathematics.
“I support GMP because mathematics can be a joy-filled experience and this is the right time in history for this message.”
Professor of Mathematics Education, Director Math/STEM Education Programs, Fresno Pacific UniversityChris is a High School mathematics teacher turned college math professor, cum mathematics teacher educator/researcher. With an avowed love for the human side of mathematics he infuses his courses with equal parts paradox, ambiguity, and history to provoke thought that requires reflective resolution.
“I support GMP because it is time that the whole world learns math in a joyful manner.”
“I see GMP as an invitation to the global community to share in the power, joy, and wonder mathematical problem solving can foster for the benefit of all.”
“I believe in GMP because my work at Ed3D correlates the beauty of Math with real-life learning and multi-strategy approach to solve a problem.”
Mathematics Enthusiast, Founder of Ed3DAfter extensive work in Computer Applications, Rakhi took a break from her career to experience motherhood. In response to the poor state of schooling facing her son in India, she founded Ed3D, an after-school center that spreads the love of learning by encouraging creative problem solving and experiential learning, beautifully blending the left/right brain interplay.
“I believe in GMP because the world of mathematics offers an infinite number of interesting stories, many of which remain untold.”
Secondary Mathematics Teacher and ConsultantA secondary mathematics teacher and consultant with the Greater Essex County District School Board, Kyle enjoys discovering creative ways to spark curiosity through the inquiry process using tasks that are contextual, visual and concrete. Kyle shares his work by leading professional development in both mathematics pedagogy and effective uses of technology across North America and on his website.
“I support the Global Math Project because it offers important math ideas/concepts in a joyous and easy-to-understand way that is accessible to the global community including us as English as a second language learners.”
Professor of Mathematics Sichuan University, Chengdu, ChinaProfessor Zou is a faculty member of Sichuan University (SCU), received his PhD from there, an academic member of Talents Research Association of Sichuan Province, a senior consultant for DIPONT education, and a enthusiast of mathematics education working closely with both domestic and overseas mathematicians.He is the author two calculus textbooks and is an award-winning teacher at SCU, and has been a visiting professor at the University of Manitoba, University Calgary, and University of Oxford.
“I am joining the Global Math Project because I believe in mathematics for all. I also believe in the meaningfulness of challenging the status quo and the power of transgressing boundaries.”
Organizer of Mathematical Transgressions conferenceAssistant at the Institute of Mathematics at Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland. Member of European Society for Research in Mathematics Education and Polish Association of Mathematics Teachers. Originator and organizer of a series of international, scientific conferences Mathematical Transgressions and several conferences for Polish mathematics teachers (e.g., Mathematical Coaching). Interested in affective dimension of the learning of mathematics. Preparing her thesis under the supervision of Tomasz Szemberg (Pedagogical University of Cracow) and Gerald Goldin (Rutgers University, USA).
“I support GMP because rather than trying to cover math content, we should instead be trying to uncover it.”
Instructional designer for math and computer science enrichment programs at GoogleAfter graduating from the Stanford Teacher Education Program, Daniel taught high school math for 9 years with Madison Public Schools in Wisconsin and Summit Public Schools in the bay area. He has also worked with the Level Playing Field Institute and YouCubed. Currently, he is an instructional designer for a math and computer science enrichment program at Google. Daniel’s parents surrounded him with puzzles and games as a child, instilling in him a love for play and problem solving. He envisions a world where kids learn to approach math with courage, creativity and a growth mindset so that they become adults who do the same.
“I support the Global Math Project because I support making mathematics engaging, enjoyable, accessible, and thought provoking.”
Founder of the Julia Robinson Mathematics FestivalNancy Blachman founded the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival almost a decade ago to introduce students to the beauty of mathematics by providing inspiring, thought-provoking problems, puzzles, and activities that encourage collaborative and creative problem-solving.
“I support GMP because I would like to see a transformation in the way mathematics is viewed by the general public.”
Professor of Mathematics, Kansas State UniversityDave Auckly earned his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan and then held a postdoctoral position at UT Austin followed by an NSF postdoc at UC Berkeley. He then moved to Kansas State University before taking the Associate Director position at MSRI from 2009 – 2012. His research interests cover a broad range of geometry/topology and overlap with PDE, mathematical physics and algebraic geometry.
“I believe in (and support) GMP for I feel that EVERYONE should be given the chance to experience significant mathematics in an enjoyable and engaging way.”
Math Teacher, Madeira High School, University of CincinnatiI have been teaching secondary mathematics for 25 years, currently teaching statistics and computer science. Locally, I am involved with the both teacher and students math circles, as well as with state and national math teacher organizations.
“I support the Global Math Project because in such a divided society, a shared positive global view of mathematics might just create unity.”
Mathematics Coordinator, San Joaquin County office of Education Adjunct Professor, Math Methodology, San Joaquin Teacher’s CollegeI 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.
“I believe in GMP because everybody’s life should be filled with joy and math enables us to experience it.”
Avid Math Enthusiast and Math Book TranslatorAleksandra 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!
“I believe in GMP because there is an epidemic in this country of people who think math is boring and dry, and this project is all about sharing the joy and wonder we all experience in mathematics everyday.”
“I want to help GMP promote problem solving that builds cultural and community bridges, ushering in lasting generations of joyful and playful mathematics.”
CEO Innovative MATH SolutionsAlbert Buchner, my great grandfather, invented spark plugs, mufflers, and governors. When I was a small child I wanted to be an inventor like him. I have never been able to sleep very well and counting sheep never worked. When I was 8 or so I invented a counting game, “Albert’s Insomnia,” using the numbers displayed on my digital clock. I hoped that this play of counting would help me fall asleep – but it had the opposite effect. The game I invented was very compelling and the clock presented me a new challenge each and every minute! I am now the CEO/Founder of Innovative MATH Solutions, the home of Albert’s Insomnia, the patented link between learning and playing.
“I believe in the GMP because even the most brilliant minds deserve a play time with math concepts instead of additional worksheets and acceleration.”
Founder of Extracurricular Center targeting Gifted ChildrenAfter teaching Computer Sciences for 10 years, drifted to IT world only to find myself in a state of complete desperation, grasping onto web searches for better than locally observed methods of math education. The searches lead to meeting with Math Man, Kaplans, Gord, James, and the meetings lead to a local Math Circle, which I run on Saturdays.
“I believe that GMP exemplifies accessible and curious mathematics for all. Such rich mathematical experiences and opportunities will shift how we conceptualize mathematics in society.”
Math TeacherChris is a mathematics teacher and department chair at The Columbus Academy and is pursuing a PhD in mathematics education and masters in math part time. He enjoys dynamic geometry, math contests, and math circles and also participates in local and national professional organizations such as NCTM.
“I support GMP simply to bring joy back to mathematical learning.”
Suzy Manuela Prajea
“I support GMP because I believe in the power of Mathematics playing a key role in the shaping of the new generation, in the future of the world providing a critical thinking framework for the global citizens of an informational based society.”
Ph.D.in Mathematics, Finalist Global Teacher Prize, Class Nobel Educator, Honeywell Educator, Microsoft Innovative Educator, Varkey Teacher AmbassadorTeacher of Mathematics and principal in the Traian National College, a prestigious and influential high school in Romania. I prepared many generations of national or international olympics, I founded the Space Invaders program, STEM projects based learning as Honeywell Educator, I implemented innovative technology in the classroom as Microsoft Innovative Educator and I promoted global education principles as Varkey Teacher Ambassador.
“I support the Global Math Project because the pleasure and power of mathematics should be made available to everyone.”
Professor of Mathematical Sciences, UMass Lowell, USAJim is a professor at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. He obtained his Ph.D. in 1987 and does work at the intersection of combinatorics, probability, and dynamical systems. He has supervised dozens of undergraduates, giving them their first taste of research, and is proud that many of his former students are now practicing mathematicians. Recently he has expanded his outreach efforts to include communication with the mathematically-interested public through his Mathematical Enchantments blog. He also serves on the Advisory Council of the National Museum of Mathematics.
“I support and believe in GMP because it provides an opportunity to demonstrate the pure joy, meaning and beauty found in the principles of mathematics.”
Retired Math Teacher – Teaching for North American Family Institute – troubled teensDick is a retired high school math teacher and is currently working for NAFI as a HiSET teacher and Career Councilor for youth committed to the justice department. If you can demonstrate and convey the joy of mathematics to this audience, then you know everyone needs the same opportunity.
“I believe in GMP because math education needs a revolution. Students of all ages need the opportunity to explore, learn, and experience joy in mathematics!”
Numeracy Lead TeacherAlicia is a numeracy Lead Teacher working with math teachers to teach through problem solving and develop life-long confident joyous math learners. Alicia is also an Executive Member of the Math Council of the Alberta Teachers’ Association helping math teachers with their professional development.
“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.”
Director, Math for Teaching Program, Harvard Extension SchoolAndy 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.
“I support the GMP program because it Gets More People interested in mathematics. The GMP Program encourages people to enjoy, appreciate and like mathematics – that adds up to a good thing!”
Associate Professor, University of TorontoRon is an Associate Professor, Teaching Stream at the University of Toronto where he teaches mathematics methods courses for future middle and high school teachers. He has over 20 years of experience teaching grades 7-12 mathematics. Ron’s professional activities include consultations and conference presentations in North America, Asia, England, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Qatar and Africa. Ron is an author for the NCTM (The Mathematical Lens) and member of the Advisory Board for the Museum of Mathematics in New York City. He is the recipient of the 2015 Margaret Sinclair Memorial Award Recognizing Innovation and Excellence in Mathematics Education awarded by the Fields Institute.
“I support GMP because it brings out certain qualities that are nurtured by mathematics such as power of reasoning, creativity, abstract or spatial thinking, critical thinking, problem-solving ability among others and of importance, the fun in Mathematics.”
Founder and Operations HeadLiberty is a High School Mathematics Teacher with 5 years experience. Liberty recently founded Academia de Mathematica – AdeM, a Mathematics Education Development Organization and its the process of being incorporated. Liberty’s core focus is to stimulate enthusiasm and positive participation in the learning of mathematics in schools through our curriculum that includes mathematical activities and games that makes learning mathematics easier and enjoyable.
“I believe in GMP because I believe everyone can succeed in mathematics. Mathematics produces confident problem solvers who will shape the future of science and technology for the human race.”
Math TeacherShiline Nguyen is a high school math teacher who loves to infuse history of mathematics with her lessons. She also acts as the students’ mentor because she firmly believes that all students have the ability to succeed in mathematics and academics, and goes out of her way to accommodate her students’ learning needs.
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 as I belive that Mathematics can help us in revealing the eternal truth, the ultimate goal of humanity.”
Faculty of Mathematics at Aakash InstituteVinodkumar has been teaching Mathematics for standard 9 to 12 and for engineering entrance exams for 23 years. Solving and making new problems, developing new techniques to make Mathematics interesting to the students and developing theory for different topics in a better way has been Vinodkumar’s passion for years.
“I am excited to be a part of GMP to connect with other mathematics enthusiasts around the world and share ideas globally. ”
“I support GMP because I would like to see mathematics taught for understanding and not just for knowledge.”
Senior School Mathematics TeacherMike has been teaching secondary mathematics for 26 years, and is currently teaching Mathematics at Christ Church Grammar School in Perth, a school with an academic focus. Mike has been involved in Computer Algebra Systems in Mathematics and has a personal interest in recreational mathematics and shifting the stigma of mathematics from being just myths and algorithms to one that allows students to see the wonders and enjoyment of the subject through patterns and visual learning.
Jorge Nuno Silva
“I support GMP because I find that the enjoyment of mathematics should be taken to all.”
Professor at the University of LisbonJorge Nuno Silva is a mathematician interested in the many faces of mathematical thought, including magic and games. Ten years ago he created, with some friends, an association (http://ludicum.org) focused on the promotion of mathematics, paying special attention to its history and culture, games, etc.
“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.”
Professor of Mathematics / Berry CollegeEric 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.
“When I learned about GMP, I smiled as I saw light at the end of the tunnel! I believe in GMP to replace the fear of mathematics by great enthusiasm and keen interest in the subject!”
Head of Maths, Bunda Mulia International SchoolRoy Lo is currently the Head of Maths of Bunda Mulia International School, Jakarta, Indonesia. He has been teaching for 12 years, which allowed him to gain extensive experience with Singapore Maths. Roy is the Founder and Chairperson of the International Singapore Maths Competition (ISMC). He is also a regular presenter and workshop leader when his day job allows.
“I support GMP because I share its goals of spreading awareness, appreciation, and enthusiasm for mathematical reasoning to everyone.”
Timothy J. Brzezinski
“I believe in and support the GMP because I am thoroughly dedicated and passionate about creating learning environments in which students get excited and become engaged in active, hands-on discovery of the world of mathematics around them.”
Secondary Mathematics Teacher & Independent Mathematics Education ConsultantTimothy is a full-time High-School Mathematics Teacher (Berlin, CT) and a part-time Independent Mathematics Education Consultant (Dynamic Math Solutions). Timothy enjoys creating learning environments that engage and excite students to collaborate and discover the world of mathematics around them, and also enjoys empowering teachers to help their students become more critical thinkers of mathematics.
Javier Ronquillo Rivera
“I support GMP because there are many people around the world making mathematics more enjoyable and accessible to everyone. I want to learn more about them and from them. Moreover, I would like to share this learning experience with the communities with which I already work and enjoy math.”
PhD student in math, Ohio UniversityJavier got his undergraduate degree in mathematics in Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, during this time he was a leader and deputy leader for the Guatemalan team that participated in the IMO. Javier moved to Ohio to study a PhD in mathematics which is currently finishing. He works with one math circle in Athens, Ohio and one in Totonicapan, Guatemala.
Mamokgethi Setati Phakeng
“I support GMP because I believe that it is important to expose all children in the world to the importance and beauty of mathematics, the opportunities it makes available and also make them appreciate the sweat and tumult that comes with doing mathematics.”
Professor of Mathematics EducationHaving started school under a tree in a rural village in South Africa, Kgethi went on to become an award winning researcher and Professor of mathematics education and Deputy Vice Chancellor for Research and the University of Cape Town. She is founder of the Adopt-a-learner foundation, her research focuses on teaching and learning mathematics in multilingual classrooms and she runs mathematics advocacy and development programs for teachers and learners in black townships in South Africa. She credits her love and success in mathematics to her parents who instilled in her the value of hard work and never giving up.
Nana Akosua Owusu-Ansah
“I support GMP because it is focusing on a new paradigm in mathematics education, which I can be an ambassador to champion these ideas in Ghana to make mathematics education in Ghana dynamic.”
Lecturer, Department of Mathematics Education, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana-West AfricaNana Akosua Owusu-Ansah is a mathematics educator and also a PhD student working on developing instructional designs to enhance algebraic thinking levels of Ghanaian students. The activities she is working on will include patterns in numbers and geometric shapes. Literature in this research area is scarce in Ghana and there are currently no curriculum materials to guide teachers to develop algebraic thinking levels.
Amrit Bahadur Poudel
“I support GMP because mathematics can make this world a better place to live. I believe that learning mathematics is inquiring, nurturing enthusiasm, challenging thoughts, enlighten hearts and minds of learners. “
Manager-Training, Curriculum and Development / Teach For NepalAs a highly-motivated educator, Amrit has a proven track record of training and coaching teachers, managers, and supporting school leaders. Amrit always chooses to work towards improving the quality of education in public schools. He believes in continuous learning which helps him to grow as a trainer, a mentor, and an educator. Amrit’s work is focused around his eagerness to collaborate with others and push himself on providing opportunities for children.
“I support GMP because it is time that people discover that Mathematics can be an amazing, wonderful, and joyous experience.”
“The GMP offers an opportunity to extend my passion and commitment to broadening participation in mathematics, with the goal of helping to form a more inclusive, diverse mathematical community.”
Professor of Mathematics, Loyola Marymount UniversityAlissa Crans has been recognized nationally for her enthusiastic ability to share mathematics, having been honored with the Hasse Prize for expository writing and Alder Award for distinguished teaching by the Mathematical Association of America. She is known for her active mentoring and supporting of women and underrepresented students and is dedicated to helping all students increase their appreciation and enthusiasm for the discipline. She proselytizes about math in settings that range from the National Math Festival, MoMath, and the MAA Distinguished Lecture Series to Nerd Nite Los Angeles and public school K-12 classrooms.
“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.”
“I support GMP because I want to see a shift in mathematics classrooms towards a ‘thinking’ culture and because I believe learning Mathematics can be a joyful experience to anyone.”
Chief Mathematics Coordinator, Lyceum International School. Visiting Lecturer, University of Colombo.Gaya is a Mathematics Educator who has 14 years of teaching experience in both Mathematics and Physics at high-school and university first year level. She earned her PhD in Mathematics Education in 2015 as a result of her passion to bring the knowledge and awareness of the various aspects of Mathematics Education to her home country Sri Lanka. She’s currently working as the Chief Mathematics Coordinator at the Lyceum International School and as a visiting lecturer at the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
“I support GMP’s passion for mathematics. As a PhD research student in mathematics education, I view mathematics as cultural expressions of patterns through creative thinking. “
“I believe that GMP wants to spread a love of mathematics, to meet the world with the beauty of mathematics and its connectivity with many sciences and arts.”
Math TeacherSnežana works at an elementary school and runs math department. Snežana works to connect math with other sciences and arts. Along with colleagues, Snežana presented at the Festival of Science in Belgrade, the largest scientific event in Southeast Europe, with the theme “Did was my grandmother fractals knew, what would then carpets weave.” With my students, I created a mathematical list “Math,” which deals with the popularization of mathematics and science in general, in an interesting and entertaining way.
“I firmly believe that young people the world over deserve a basic education in maths, sciences, and the liberal arts that is sensitive to their culture and stimulates them as thinking human beings and citizens of earth.”
“I believe in GMP, because I believe in the power of love, learning, creativity and collaboration; and I believe that mathematics and arts includes all of this. If you want to see how, then create your own art with mathematics or create your own mathematics with art!”
Researcher of STEAM Transdisciplinary Learning / University of Jyväskylä, Finland; Director of Community Events / Bridges Organization, USA; CEO / Experience Workshop International Math-Art MovementKristóf Fenyvesi, PhD is a researcher of STEAM Transdisciplinary Learning and Contemporary Cultural Studies at University of Jyväskylä. He is a member of Board of Directors at the world largest mathematics and arts community, the Bridges Organization and the founder and director of Experience Workshop—International Math-Art Movement. He is active in organizing international conferences, education events, exhibitions and STEAM festivals all around the globe.
“I support the Global Math Project because I believe that every child deserves to have fun and excitement in learning mathematics.”
“Math is all around us and GMP can help teachers and students to share its beauty and benefit wherever they are on this planet.”
“I support GMP because I am Passionate about Maths, transferring information and I love education related activities. Also because Maths is part of everyday life for which best foundation is critical.”
MicrobiologistMr. Malokots is a Microbiologist by profession. Local educationalist by aptitude. He is working on American special education program, Response to Intervention currently for local student who struggle with maths and science. Coordinator for the educational office at Academic Success Consultancy meant to bring closer the services for student who struggle at school.
“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.”
Mathematics TeacherNela 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 support the GMP because everyone deserves to experience the joy and be exposed to the beauty of mathematics.”
Dean of Math and Science at Main Line Classical AcademySasha is a professional mathematician turned elementary school teacher and curriculum developer. She believes that even the youngest students should be exposed to and can appreciate the elegance, depth and joy of mathematics. She is the coauthor of Funville Adventures, a math-inspired fantasy adventure, soon to be published by Natural Math.
England, United Kingdom
“I support GMP because I truly believe Mathematics can be enjoyed by everyone and we need to spread the word worldwide to dispel the myths and fears that surround it.”
“I support GMP because I believe mathematics is for everyone.”
“I believe in GMP as It gives an exposure and opportunity to admire the beauty of Maths. On our face we should keep a BIG SMILE! As MATHS is not DULL AND DRY!
Maths Teacher at Birla Public SchoolI am a Maths teacher at Birla Public School , Pilani. I believe in learning by doing. I create opportunities for my students to learn the concept of Mathematics by pla way methods. I involve role play, gaming, music, technology like socrative Braingenie, Edmodo while teaching my students. I believe they will love Mathematics if we create the feeling of appreciating the beauty and involvement of Maths in every sphere of our lives.
Shaula Fiorelli Vilmart
“I support GMP because it shows that Mathematics are only very good and simple ideas of which mathematicians take maximum advantage.”
“Math is not about boring kill and drill exercises. Math is about learning how to think creatively and problem solve. Every child deserves to discover just how beautiful mathematics can be. I’m excited to support the GMP. Let’s get started!”
VP Enterprise Architecture and DataDan has an MS in mathematics. For the last 18 years he has worked in the financial services industry applying mathematics to modeling, data, and IT problems. He still does math for fun and for the last three years has run a local math club and coached math teams for middle school students in Chesapeake Virginia.
Aarthi Lourdes SA
“I support GMP because I think Math is beautiful and I want to help children see the beauty in it.”
Math Enthusiast and Wannabe Math TeacherAfter 11 yrs of working in IT field in India and USA, I quit, in order to find meaningful ways to contribute to education in India. I’m still in the process of forging my path. As of now, I’m doing a course on inquiry oriented education while doing Math projects with my 7 year old.
“I believe in GMP because I am passionate about making math fun!”
“I support GMP because I believe everyone can learn to flail and succeed at joyful and empowering mathematical problem solving.”
“I believe in GMP because anything that can bring the simplicity and beauty of Mathematics to both children and adults in an open and non threatening way will open the door to the greatest subject for millions of people who would have otherwise been shut out.”
Area Director Boys and Girls Clubs of Yellowstone Count/ Dozenal Society of AmericaI have a degree in Mathematics from Montana State University Billings and I work in youth development with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County. I work with youth in an informal inquiry based approach attempting to build recreational mathematicians out of all youth.
“I believe in GMP, because I just deeply love maths and deadly want to teach them… even if it took me 25 years as an engineer before allowing me to do so.”
“I support GMP because Mathematics is the most beautiful and most powerful creation of the human spirit.”
Postdoctoral Fellow/IIT RoorkeeDr. Anju Saini is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India. She has completed her PhD and Post Graduate Degree in Applied Mathematics from IIT Roorkee. She has been working as an Abel Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow in Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK in 2015. Her research area is Mathematical Modeling and Biomechanics. She has published many publications in Mathematics. She has participated in many National and International Conferences related to her research area.
“I believe that GMP can help make mathematical connections to everyday life and inspire others to see the beauty in mathematics.”
Director of STEM – Eanes ISDJerri LaMirand was a math teacher for 21 years and now serves as the Director of STEM for Eanes ISD in Austin, TX, as well as Vice-President for the Texas Association of Supervisors of Mathematics (TASM). She helps area math leaders and teachers make connections between math & science.
“I believe in GMP because I was once one who didn’t see the true beauty and value in mathematics. But I’ve had the conversion experience and GMP shares my goal of creating this same experience for others.”
“I support GMP believing that all we need is to see the world from an analytical perspective and make learning maths fun and exciting!”
Founder of Pratik MatematikEbru Ataca is the founder of Pratik Matematik. She and her team of colleagues try hard to make maths a subject full of fun and excitement for students ranging from kindergarten to high school. They relate any topic that they find; i.e. museum visits, school subjects and what not with mathematics with the belief that maths is everywhere!
“I support GMP because Mathematics is the most beautiful and most powerful creation of the human spirit.”
Professor, Dept. of Appl. Mathematics & Sciences, University of Applied Sciences Technikum WienI have graduated from the Vienna University of Technology and my field of specialization is Philosophy of Mathematics. At the University I am teaching mostly undergraduate and some graduate mathematics courses for engineering students and I have founded a still growing initiative in the field of Early Mathematics Education – www.minimath.at.
“I support GMP because I would like that all the people have an opportunity to get close to math and to see all the beauty of it.”
Mathematician and science communicatorTijana is a mathematician, science communicator, and science journalist. She works at the Center for the Promotion of Science (CPN) in Serbia and she is organizing a popular science events. She would like to connect with all math communicators and math enthusiasts so they can together spread the beauty of math, and teach people how to love it and use it.
“I support GMP because I believe that it is an excellent way of discovering both, beauty of math, and math of beauty.”
“I believe in GMP because I like the idea that one week in a year everyone will talk about something I am talking about over and over again :)”
“I believe in GMP because it will foster math education and it will raises the math culture in society.”
“I support GMP because I truly believe that everyone has an innate ability to think mathematically. I hope to help others view math from a new perspective.”
“I support GMP because math brings people together and is WAY too much fun not to share!”
“I support GMP since we have the same values. Mathematics Education has no boundaries! “
“I support GMP because I believe in Science and especially in Maths as a way of making sense of the world we live in and in turn it better. Maths supports Science and so it promotes changes, not only in our understanding of life but also in the way we live and interact with everything around us.”
“I believe the GMP will engage many students as they begin to explore mathematics and work to develop a solid foundation in number sense, computation, reasoning and problem-solving. As they begin their climb up that enormous tree of mathematical knowledge, they will be provided with glimpses of the beauty that lies in the further reaches of that tree … which will empower many to continue the journey up that intimidating trunk.”
Facilitator, Mathematics Professional LearningJohn has spent over 35 years in classrooms (Grades 6 – 12) as a mathematics teacher, mentor, coach and professional learning facilitator in Ontario. In addition, he has been a curriculum developer, textbook author, and OAME director. Mostly retired now, John continues to support mathematics teachers as a workshop leader at local & provincial conferences.
“I support GMP to contribute ending school failure and potentiate the mathematical talent of children in Colombia.”
Math Department CoordinatorJorge, is a High School Mathematic Teacher turned Math Coordinator Department, Also CEO-Founder of the academic program “5Talentos” (5Talents) as consultant in different private and public Colombian Schools, in order to potentiate different knowledge areas including mathematics as his priority, promoting the use of technology, digital platforms and innovative skills to improve the methodology strategy of learning math in the daily school work. Also as an alternative project he leads a teaching program where his students learn about Geometry by the Origami art handy craft made elaboration.
“I support GMP because I believe mathematics plays a key role in our everyday life, and I believe everyone should love and know it.”
Kenan Çağlar Dükel
“I support GMP because math is always in our life and I believe that it is a world wide language which must be popularised.”
“I support GMP as math education is to be understood than to be taught.”
Founder TsbeduFounder of The Should be Education Trust, Curriculum and training expert at Preschool chain, teacher training and mentor for primary schools, Life coach and counsellor for parents and children. Promoter of Value education through spiritual context. Philanthropist counselled 4500+ people in life skills and mentoring. 6 educational degrees. National and Global awardee. Rex KARAMVEER global fellow. MIE-master trainer.
“I support GMP because mathematics and fun are made for each other.”
“I believe in GMP because I think it is a great opportunity to connect students in my district with others internationally in sharing the beauty and usefulness of mathematics.”
“I support GMP because I love Math and I believe it´s a subject that we use daily. It helps educators to develop skills and promote critical thinkers, problem solvers, knowledge constructors, and innovative designers.”
England, United Kingdom
“I support GMP because maths is a beautiful and powerful language for making sense of the world.”
“I believe in GMP because it clearly shows the beauty of mathematics and it is the proof that everyone can be brilliant at math.”
“I believe in GMP because Maths is a social activity. When people understand how beautiful Maths is, and when they learn together, then society as a whole benefits.”
“I support GMP because mathematics is the language of the universe and everyone should be made aware to explore and learn math.”
Founder of Math Ed LabsSyed Shahzar earned his M.Sc in Mathematics Education at the Cluster Innovation Centre from University of Delhi. Since then he has been developing tools for math learning. He is excited about the way people learn through observation. He likes to make people learn math, through experimentation and uses innovative techniques visualize mathematics around.
England, United Kingdom
“I believe in GMP because it is uniting like-minded, passionate people around the world. We can truly change attitudes towards mathematics by working together. I am SO excited about the GMP!”
Mathematics Edutainer and Adventurer. Founder and CEO of Bubbly MathsCaroline lives to engage children to love learning and enjoy mathematics using soap bubbles and balloons. She founded Bubbly Maths in 2005, is a Guinness World Record holder and has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro. All done to promote mathematics.
“I support GMP as I want the children to enjoy understanding maths with innovative methods so that their reasoning is enhanced “
EducationistI am in the field of education since 2002. I believe that the fishes are meant to swim, while birds meant to fly, education is being forced down in kids, hence to create a healthy and understanding environment. I started with after-school program for kids where they study and learn according to their mental capability, where learning is not forced down upon them. Thankfully, now I have five centres across Delhi, where we help children learn according to their pace, in an interactive manner, with peace.
“I support GMP because playing with math has been a constant source of joy in my life and I would like to help everyone have that opportunity.”
“I support GMP because I believe that mathematics must be relevant and engaging to capture the hearts and minds of today’s students. Mathematics is elegant and beautiful and mysterious and useful. I believe GMP can help spread the joy of mathematics to all.”
“I support GMP because all students deserve to see the power, beauty, and joy that mathematics can offer.”
Founder, Math for LoveDan Finkel is the founder of Math for Love, a Seattle-based organization devoted to transforming how math is taught and learned. Along with producing curriculum and offering professional development for math teachers, Dan is the co-creator of Prime Climb, the beautiful colorful mathematical game, and of Tiny Polka Dot, a new game to help young kids fall in love with numbers. You can see Dan’s TEDx Talk, Five Principles of Extraordinary Math Teaching, online.
“I support GMP because I like the way it promotes the fun about mathematical thinking!”
TechnopedagogueEnthusiastic math lover, Simon studied at the Laval University in Quebec City (Canada). He worked with the AQJM’s team on projects like “la semaine des mathématiques” (semainedesmaths.ulaval.ca). Simon also animated Math Shows built by the SMAC team (smac.ulaval.ca). Simon recently joined Scolab Inc. to promote the joy of doing math!
“I support GMP because I believe every child can learn maths and we every child should experience its WOWness.”
Educator and Director at EdugenieI am an engineer turned educator cum teacher trainer cum mathemagician. I run a program WOW Maths to give children a joyous mathematical learning experience. To remove maths phobia I travel across the country and conduct WOW Maths show, to make maths more hands on for student I run Maths Gallery Project where we teach maths students to learn maths by making models with readily available materials. I believe students should be encouraged to “Think Mathematically” to do this I conduct hand on puzzle marathon session – Puzzlothon. I feel teacher need to be empowered with different tools and teaching methodologies and to do this I conduct hands on session with teachers.
“I support GMP because Mathematics is related to the left side of the brain and we can develop models for increasing experiential learning for all.”
“I support GMP because the Project will inspire young people with the message that with inspired teaching and mentorship, anyone can succeed in mathematics and develop the confidence, creativity, and critical-thinking skills so essential in life.”
Author of “The Math Olympian” and Professor of Mathematics at Quest University CanadaRichard Hoshino teaches mathematics at Quest University Canada, an innovative liberal arts and sciences university located in British Columbia. He is also the author of “The Math Olympian”, currently ranked #3 on GoodReads in Best Young Adult Books That Empower, the story of an insecure small-town teenager who commits herself to pursuing the crazy and unrealistic goal of representing her country at the International Mathematical Olympiad, and through that decision, discovers meaning, purpose, and joy.
“I support GMP because mathematics, revealed well to children, leads to a life of endless wonder and joy. Discovery is addictive!”
Mathematics Historian: The Evolution of Elementary MathematicsHaving once failed mathematics and repeated a year at school, Jonathan Crabtree later came to enjoy exploring the evolution of mathematics and dreaming up new ideas to help explain it. Jonathan has explored hundreds of original source mathematics books and manuscripts spanning 16 languages.
“I believe in the GMP because I support bringing back the love for Math. Any project which supports developing a mindset where math is beautiful is definitely a movement I support.”
Numeracy FacilitatorChad is a Numeracy Facilitator in the Durham Region in Ontario, supporting K-8 mathematics education. He also is the President of the Ontario Mathematics Coordinators Association, facilitating conversations and professional development for math leaders in the province. A teacher of mathematics for 16 years, he finds joy in giving his students the chance to learn and enjoy math.
“I believe in GMP because it can express math’s beauty and significance on a global level.”
“I believe in GMP because today’s students need to be exposed to and learn to utilize global resources in order to find and solve our future’s problems with more efficiency and creativity.”
“I believe in GMP because math is a flexible and creative endeavor where all learners can enjoy the fun and puzzling nature of math and experience success in their learning!”
Learning SpecialistRakhee is a Learning Specialist for the Calgary Board of Education with a passion for changing mindsets about math teaching and learning. She believes all learners can think mathematically and wonder about patterns and relationships between numbers, and have fun learning pure mathematics.
United Arab Emirates
“I believe in GMP because it provides opportunities to everyone to become a passionate Mathematics learner prepared to contribute in a rapidly changing world.”
High School Mathematics EducatorJasper Adviento teaches Mathematics at the American School of Dubai. He has been teaching Mathematics since 1996. He is passionate in challenging and motivating to students to love Math. He sponsors the ASD Mu Alpha Theta organization and is involved in many activities that promote the subject.
“I believe in GMP because it is time for math to be in the spotlight! To show everyone how fun, meaningful, accessible and engaging math can be.”
Math Department Head, M.Ed. B.Ed., B.Sc. HonsA math teacher for the past 28 years and currently the Math Department Head in a high school. She completed her M.Ed. in Mathematics Teaching, Curriculum and Learning from the University of Toronto OISE and continues to develop materials that help to engage the math learner. Fostering a love of learning and especially mathematical concepts is her passion.
“I believe in GMP because I believe math is a universal language, and GMP aims to unite everyone through the excitement of mathematics.”
Secondary Mathematics TeacherSharee Hebert is in her 6th year of teaching internationally, and her 11th year of teaching. She has a master’s of curriculum and instruction for mathematics, and is currently teaching IGCSE/IB and also working on building a support program for primary math teachers to improve their confidence in teaching mathematical topics.
“I believe in GMP because mathematics is not only a set of problem solving strategies. Students deserve to appreciate mathematics as a language for communication and an art form filled with precision and beauty.”
Chee Wei Tan
Hong Kong, China
“I support GMP in promoting mathematics interests through the Julia Robinson Math Festival in Hong Kong and sharing math fun and joy through mathematical games.”
“I believe in everyone’s [mathematical] curiosity and potential. The GMP is an exciting opportunity to think-puzzle-ponder globally and act locally!”
Mathematics Specialist/CoachNorma is currently a Mathematics Specialist and Coach having spent more than two decades in public education. When not working passionately with students and educators, you might find her advising innovative edtech companies, sharing stories at national/regional conferences and connecting globally in the mathed twittersphere.
“I support GMP because math should be fun and enjoyable for everyone.”
Associate ProfessorGabriella Pinter earned her PhD in Mathematics at Texas Tech University in 1997, and was a post-doc at NC State University for three years before getting a faculty position at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She enjoys teaching courses in applied mathematics, as well as working with prospective and practicing teachers. She leads a Math Circle for middle and high school age students.
“I support GMP because I believe that promoting the understanding of mathematics in a positive and passionate environment can and will enrich the minds and the lives of young and old alike. My passion for mathematics is contagious and I welcome the opportunity to support GMP.”
Head of Math/ Civil EngineerYan has been a professional Civil Engineer working in Asia and Canada for 20 years. Faced with the fact that many children her own daughter included were developing a dislike for mathematics in school Yan changed her profession and became a math teacher. Armed with her passion for mathematics and a positive attitude she has brought her enthusiasm into the classroom. Yan has presented at the Gifted Children’s Conference held in Vancouver Canada as well as multiple workshops across Canada and in China. Yan has also worked with school boards in Canada and China to develop a strategy to take the best practices from each education system and combine them to create the best system that each could accept for the benefit of all students. Yan is currently the Head of Math at Ajax High School in Ontario Canada.
“As a math educator, I believe in GMP and am empowered to pique the curiosity of children and help with learning experiences that are enriched with the beauty of math and wishing for all children to discover mathematics – a discovery of a new love that will last a lifetime. “
Vice Principal, Math Consultant, AuthorAmy’s background in the sciences and the arts helps explain why her passion in mathematics education is to develop both the logical and creative aspects of the subject. She is currently a Vice Principal with the Peel DSB, is a PhD candidate in math education, as well as a consultant and author. She is often asked to speak on mathematics teaching and learning around the province and beyond and has a TEDx talk entitled “Teaching Math-ishly”. Amy has worked as an administrator, teacher, department head, math coach, a program consultant, a ministry researcher, and a math provincial lead.
“I support GMP because our giant human brains love to solve problems. That exhilaration you get from figuring something out should be the foundation of learning (and doing) mathematics.”
Associate Professor of MathematicsMichelle has taught mathematics in many situations: from third grade through university; in public schools, private, schools, charter schools, and summer programs; with Deaf students (in ASL), girls, diverse urban populations, teachers, and Ivy League college students. She is the co-founder of the Math Teachers’ Circle of Hawaii, the co-author of several mathematics textbooks and online courses, and the advisor of two PhD students (and counting). She is believes in the power of education to transform lives and in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes.
“I am excited to support GMP as it seeks to empower more students, teachers, and adults to appreciate and be enthusiastic about mathematics.”
Beatriz Rodríguez Pautt
“I support GMP because I believe maths are an amazing adventure and together we can make everyone enjoy their learning, especially now that we have the virtual learning environments.”
Math Teacher, Founder of MathClub VirtualBechy is a math teacher passionate for virtual learning environments. She is Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert. Ten years ago she created the MathClub Virtual network http://mathclubvirtual.ning.com/ which today has 5811 members from more than 20 countries. She has been speaker at international conferences in several countries.
“I believe in GMP because every child should have the opportunity to be exposed to interesting and fun mathematics.”
“I support GMP because the idea of a globally connected mathematics project that spans languages & location is ideal for reminding students of the importance of math and how fun math can be. “
“I support GMP because people need to think that math is cool. And the best way to prove that is by showing that all the world loves it.”
Bruce Mafuta Shola
Democratic Republic of the Congo
“I support GMP because for a country such as mine, it is another way to show meaningfulness of maths in life and it is the best action to make for maths leader like me.”
CEO of Build with mathematicsI am a maths leader which desire is to create a young scientific leadership turn on solving problems of their environment by maths.I actually run up BWM’S NGO which promotes maths culture for students by different games and I am a minded opened to see how they do in others countries.
“I believe in GMP because Mathematics is the language with which God wrote the universe.
Professor Of MathematicsDr. Sarita Singh, is an In-charge Head, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, School of Physical Sciences, Doon University Dehradun Uttarakhand India from August 2015. She has received her M. Sc. Industrial Mathematics & Informatics from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee in 2004 and PhD in Biomechanics, Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics, G.K.V. Haridwar in 2011. Uttarakhand. In 2012, She has joined as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics Uttarakhand Technical University Dehradun then promoted to Head of the Department.
Dr. Sarita Singh research interest including Fluid dynamics, Mathematical Modelling, Computational Numerical techniques, Mechanical Vibration, Differential equation, Mathematical Physics, Optimization. She has participated in many national and international conferences/seminars/workshops. She has received the award from Mainz University Germany for Women in Applied Math. & Soft Matter Physics Mainz, Germany in 2015, form UCOST Uttarakhand for presenting the research paper in Beijing in 2015 China, from CSIR India for presenting the research in Krakow, Poland in 2012, from Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi, for presenting the research paper in Singapore in 2010, from ICWM Society, for International Conference of Women’s Mathematician (ICWM), in Hyderabad in 2010.
England, United Kingdom
“I believe in GMP because not only is Maths an international language but promotes problem solving and is great fun too.”
“I support GMP because people need to think that math is cool. And the best way to prove that is by showing that all the world loves it.”
Mathematics Department HeadI have been teaching math for close to twenty years but have been infected with a love of math for much longer. The moments in the classroom where a student will utter those precious words “That’s cool!” is still what drives me in my teaching. It is my white whale and while I have spotted her a few times, I still enjoy the search for more of those experiences.
“I believe that the GMP can help break down destructive and antiquated attitudes about Math in our schools.”
“I believe in GMP because math is having its moment. Now is our time!”
Jo Anna Foreman
“I believe in GMP because all students deserve the opportunity to discover the true joy of mathematics.”
“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.”
Math EducatorDr. 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.
Francisco Alexandre da Costa
“I support GMP because I think Mathematics should be popularized among all people, especially the young ones.”
Professor of Mathematical PhysicsI’m a theoretical physics with a PhD in Physics. Currently, I teach a lot of courses involved with mathematical methods for scientists. However, I have plenty of curiosity about mathematical teaching on all levels, especially on basic education. Mathematics is crucial for everyone who is interested in any field, from home economics to the most advanced branches of physical sciences and modern technology.
Nam Ngo Thanh
“I believe in GMP because it helps make teaching math more fun and meaningful.”
Grade 5 teacher; Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert; Microsoft Innovative Educator Fellow; Skype Master Teacher; Microsoft Teacher Ambassador; Lifeliqe ambassador; ClassDojo AmbassadorNam is a primary school teacher of maths at Vietnam Australia International School, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He has authored multiple articles, and has been nationally and internationally recognized for the implementation of creativity and the integration of technology into his teaching. In 2015, he was presented with the Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Award, and he represented Vietnam at the Microsoft Global Forum and got the second prize there. He loves teaching maths projects that helps make teaching maths more fun and meaningful.
“I believe in GMP for the reason that math is a universal language that should be spoken by every child in all walks of life.”
“I support GMP because I think that math is for everyone and everyone should have an opportunity to experience the joy of really “doing” math.”
Math-Science SpecialistI have been teaching math at the upper elementary school level for 30 years and love to share my passion for mathematics with my students everyday. We engage in real inquiry based learning and construct our understanding of concepts while having a lot of fun exploring real problems. Computation is for the calculators, mathematics is for the humans!
Ng Wei Lien
“Learning Math can be fun and interesting. GMP is an ideal platform for Math educators to collaborate and exchange creative ideas to make our students appreciate how Math is relevant in our daily lives. “
Principal Tutor at JC-Math TuitionNg Wei Lien was a former teacher of a Singapore pre-university institute recognized for value-adding to students’ education. His teaching experience has trained him to explain complicated mathematical concepts into simple terms with basic equations.
Adding a personal touch, he aims to make discussions in each lesson much more engaging. Students are more willing to voice their doubts and he has been able to assess how much they understood. As a passionate educator, he encourages students to learn from their mistakes.
“I believe in GMP because students need to do the projects to prepare their future to survive in the 21st century.”
“I believe in GMP because, in my experience as an educator, it is hearing from and learning directly from each other that causes the most growth, and is the best way to support each other in our journey. My own journey as a math educator started from conversation with peers, and has been greatly impacted by math educators from around the world. I see the GMP as a key component in supporting each other in the journey.”
Teacher and Numeracy Mentor TeacherI have been teaching for a total of 15 years, with experience from Grades 4 to 12. My main area of focus and learning now is as a passionate mathematics educator and advocate as I work alongside intermediate students, and support my colleagues in the role of Numeracy Mentor Coach in my school.
“I support GMP because I believe in growth mindsets and multiple solutions of some problems of math education through a global community of learning”
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, WI, USADr. Kanbir, as a former mathematics teacher, spent several years teaching math at the middle and high school levels, and university level courses for prospective middle and elementary school teachers. He received his Ph.D. in mathematics education. He teaches mathematics education/mathematics preservice elementary and middle school teacher courses. He does research on the development of students’ and teachers’ algebraic reasoning, particularly in the elementary and middle grades, the development of pre-service teachers’ mathematical knowledge for teaching, and problem-based instruction.
“I believe in GMP, because it is all about enjoying Math explorations with a lot of freedom, which is how I like to learn Math and teach Math.”
Gina Olmedo Miquiabas
“I support GMP because math is simple yet fascinating and cool yet elegant, and anyone can do it!”
Teacher/RGV Texas Association for Bilingual EducationGina is a high school math teacher (PSJA Thomas Jefferson T-STEM ECHS) and an adjunct math professor (South Texas College). She is also a UIL coach in Biology and Accounting. Gina is currently enrolled in Harvard’s Math for Teaching Program. She is passionate and adventurous about teaching mathematics in a creative and innovative way.
“I believe in GMP because it helps make teaching math more fun and meaningful.”
Diana A Garcia
“I believe in GMP because every child deserves the opportunity to grow a love for Mathematics.”
Math ❤️Diana is a Math instructor at South Texas Preparatory Academy. She currently hold two Masters degree one in Curriculum and Instruction of Mathematics from the University of Arlington and a second degree in Teaching of Mathematics from Harvard. Diana sees that there is a high need to modify the way mathematics is being taught in the classroom, giving students an opportunity to embrace Mathematics.
Juan R. Barrera III
“I support GMP because I believe every child should enjoy the fun that is mathematics.”
Eduardo Sáenz de Cabezón
“I believe in GMP as a tool to open a door to the joy of mathematics.”
Mathematician / Universidad de La RiojaEduardo is a mathematician who does research in Computer Algebra and teaches at the Universidad de La Rioja, in Spain. He hs an intense activity on math communication in spanish through talks, hows, TV, books and his youtube channel Derivando. Eduardo is a member of Big Van, Científicos sobre ruedas, a group of stand-up scientists.
“I believe in GMP because I think it is important to consciously and continually inspire others to believe in the beauty, power, and importance of mathematics.”
Lead InstructorCourtney is an extreme Math enthusiast and believes that Mathematics is the key to describing all things beautiful. She recently graduated with honors from Arizona State University with a degree in Mathematics and has goals of obtaining her PhD in Applied Mathematics to eventually become a professor at a university. Aside from research and learning as much math as possible, she absolutely adores helping others understand Mathematics in a way that makes most sense to them at the Mathnasium of Gilbert.
Nurys Correa Díaz
“Estoy a favor del GMP porque creo que cultivando el amor a las matemáticas podemos transformar vidas y así transformaremos el mundo.”
“I believe in GMP as a tool to open a door to the joy of mathematics.”
TeacherI am a passionate mathematics teacher in intermediate school in Saudi Arabia. I have MA degree in distance learning program. I am interested in ancient mathematics history, creative problem solving. Winner of local, regional, and international awards in instructional design, pedagogy, and mathematics.
“I support GMP because beside all the beauty of mathematics as a science and a fact that it’s all around us, maths lays foundations for the logical reasoning and teaches us to think.”
Math TeacherI’m the eTwinning ambassador for Serbia and one of the Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts. Basicly, I’m a math teacher and curious person who enjoys team work, willing to learn and try out new things. As a big fan of the modern technology I try to use all the opportunities that it offers. I love changes so I constantly try to change my way of teaching and to adapt it for the further generations.
“I believe in GMP because provides a unique opportunity to engage in mathematics while bringing different interests and backgrounds, and thus making mathematics a collective learning experience.”
Project Coordinator at SENACYT PanamaB.S. in Mathematics from the University of Arkansas – Fayetteville. I currently work as a project coordinator for mathematics education in the National Secretariat of Science, Technology and Innovation (SENACYT) in Panama and focus on leading initiatives to improve math education in the country.
Dr. Nicki Newton
“I support GMP because I live to bring “coherence, meaning and joy” to math.”
Owner/Lead Consultant Newton Education SolutionsDr. Nicki Newton is an elementary math education consultant who works with schools and districts around the US and Canada. She is the author of several books, including Guided Math in Action, Math Workshop in Action, Math Running Records in Action, Math Workstations in Action and Problem Solving in Action. She also authored a Problems Solving with Math Models series. Dr. Nicki is an avid blogger, tweeter and pinner.
Surya Narayana Ganti
“I believe in GMP because many of us went into mathematics because of strange and interesting patterns that we discovered. “
Retired Mathematics Teacher in USA, staying in IndiaA high school mathematics teacher in 3 different countries , Surya Ganti enjoys discovering creative ways to spark curiosity through the inquiry process using tasks that are contextual, visual and concrete, and try to bring connection between Art, Mathematics & Origami. Surya Ganti shares his work by leading professional development in both mathematics and Origami. Conducted 5 professional developments in 5 different schools in India, teaching mathematics through Origami and helping the School in Uttara Kashi, India.
“I support GMP with all my might. Mathematics is a fundamental skill that everyone needs. Be it understanding basic arithmetic for simple needs or to pursue a high goal, like computer science, engineering, art, ect. Math is just everywhere. I tutor math and do math every single day of my life and would struggle if I didn’t have this skill. Therefore I support GMP and will do my best to put my 2 cents into this movement.”
Private Mathematics TutorI tutor mathematics full time and got the bug when I was 19 years old at a local community college. The struggle that most students have when it comes to this area is what interests me the most. I now tutor students from age 5-60 in all areas of mathematics from developmental to differential equations.
“I support Global Math Project to join a collaborative group of individuals with a common purpose of globally connecting to bring the joy of math to students worldwide.”
“I support GMP because I believe that everyone can find their love for mathematics.”
Math Teacher – Solomon Schechter School of WestchesterRishana is a high school math teacher who loves to pose interesting problems to her students. She believes that math does not have to be practical to engage students. She also enjoys using technology with her students to get them to dive deeper than they could otherwise.
“I support GMP because I want to share the thrill of problem-solving and the joy and power of understanding the world through math with as many people as possible.”
Scientist and Freelance Math Classroom DisruptorCindy is a retired molecular biologist turned educator, with a passion for engaging young kids in pattern-finding and problem-solving just for the fun of it. She founded mathletics clubs at the French-American International School in San Francisco, the Escuela Bilingüe Internacional in Oakland, and designed and implemented a math enrichment program that runs at various Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula in the Bay Area.
“I believe that the GMP can open doors for many students and teachers to the wonders of mathematics and that it can initiate a positive global change in attidutes towards the most beautiful area of human knowledge.”
Student at Minerva Schools at KGIStanislav participated at IMO 2014 as part of the Bulgarian team. Since then, he has trained the national IMO teams of Bulgaria and Uganda. Author of the book “555 задачи по геометрия” (English: “555 geometry problems”). Currently part of the Class of 2019 at Minerva Schools at KGI, traveling to Argentina, South Korea, India, and more.
“I support the Global Math Project because I believe this is a wonderful idea for spreading the joy of mathematics world wide.”
Robin Schwartz aka Robin the Math Lady
“I believe in GMP because Math is a universal and international experience that can help people enjoy the thinking process while building community and confidence.”
“I support GMP because mathematics should make sense, it should be compelling, interesting, and engaging; this is exactly what GMP is about and I am for it!”
Assistant Professor of Mathematics / Dordt CollegeTom is a mathematics professor at Dordt College where he uses his own experiences as a high school math teacher to inform the way he teaches and prepares students to be teachers of mathematics. He also leads the NW Iowa Math Teachers’ Circle and serves as the chair-elect for the SIGMAA-MCST.
“I support the Global Math Project because math is exciting! And any project that brings people together to share in the enjoyment of math promotes positive mindsets around mathematics and helps others to see the connections math has with the rest of our world.”
“I believe in GMP because mathematicians are world problem solvers!”
Doctorate of Education Candidate/ University of VirginiaFaith Peddie is a doctorate of education candidate at the University of Virginia and holds a masters degree in education and a bachelors degree in mathematics. For seven years prior, she taught middle school mathematics and coached teachers to spread her passion for problem solving and conceptual understanding.
“I believe in GMP because mathematics is essentially a creative medium. A musician creates patterns of notes, a poet creates patterns of words, but a mathematician creates patterns of ideas. The difference is that the mathematicians creations will live forever.”
“Maths education is the Need for 21st Century Concept Age, To educate & Power Children for this century we need Maths Education to all “
“I believe in GMP as I believe in the important role visualisation plays in the understanding of math concept which in turn makes one love math!”
“I suport GMP because math should be transformed into a game for anybody to learn, play and have fun!”
Mathematics TeacherTalip learns and teaches math for about 26x365x20 hours since he fell in love with the magic of the numbers. Remaining 4 hours of the day he is in a deep sleep. Designs mathematical games blended with magic. By sharing the secrets of these magic games with everyone, he tries to explain that mathematics is a science that can be done by everyone.
“I support GMP because I believe everyone can learn to love and appreciate mathematics and find joy in learning it!”
Math Content Specialist/Phoenix Union High School DistrictI have taught math at both the elementary, middle, and high school levels. I currently support teachers by providing rich professional development experiences as well as supporting them as they share meaningful and rigorous mathematics with students.
“I believe GMP is one of the best opportunity to share Maths and STEM knowledges for teenagers in our world and also, build an ambitious and enthusiastic profesional network.”
Math Teacher at Lauder-Reut Educational ComplexI am 44 years old, 21 years in education, loving math teacher and parent. I have a huge implication in national and international educational projects (Maths, Robotics, Coding, Contests, Students Exchange Programes, Diplomacy & Model United Nations Conferences).
“I support GMP because I believe in its mission and goals and I strive to spread the joy and excitement about mathematics and its applications every day in my role as a community college professor and through colloquia, workshops, articles, videos, and tweets.”
Professor of Mathematics, Sinclair Community CollegeI have been teaching mathematics full-time for the past 15 years. I chair the Math Colloquium committee at my institution, serve on the Ohio MAA program committee, and am enthusiastic about spreading the joy and excitement of mathematics and its history.
“I support GMP because Math is beautifull. Math is everywhere. It is another way to think and express oneself. Everyone should get the chance to experience that.”
Marcos Nuñez George
“I belive in GMP because we need to support the new technological generation with math, because they really will be inside the technology “
Math TeacherMath, Astronomy and Technology Teacher. in Jr High School Public Schools, Tlaxcala Mexico. I coordinate learnning Clubs Project, there are 6000 students and 450 Voluntary Teacher in Math, Robotics, Astronomy and Science Clubs (After School project), there are clubs in Tlaxcala and other States in Mexico and Nicaragua. I was the Educational Coach for Tlaxcala Students Delegation for “the NASA Mars Trekker Global Teen Summit 2015”. The Tlaxcala Students won 3 prizes in Space Robotics, Habitat Design and Space Nutrition Now, there are Robotics Clubs from Elementary School to College in Tlaxcala, working on project to Space exploration, we begun with 50 Jr High School students in 2012 and now are 6000 student in all levels and they participate in some NASA projects. I participated on NASA educator conference ASU-NASA (2012- 2017) and NASA CEES 2017 in Johson Space Center The students project in mexico covered STEAM. NGSS, Core Skills
“I support GMP to encourage the curious to explore mathematical concepts more broadly and deeply than they have before. My hope is that once hooked by the lure of mathematics more of our young minds will find fulfilling careers in which they create and apply mathematics to positively impact human knowledge, and to benefit society and our planet. “
Professor Mathematical Sciences and Affiliate Professor Science/Math EducationJohn Zweck was an undergraduate at the University of Adelaide where he witnessed the genesis of fellow student Jim Tanton’s revolutionary approach to math education which has now resulted in GMP. After immersing himself in pure mathematics for several years, Zweck switched his focus to computational and applied math. As well as doing fundamental research in differential geometry, Zweck has developed mathematical models of optical fiber communications systems, lasers, plasmas, and trace gas sensors. He has also designed a collection of 3D-printed models to help students develop geometric imagination for multivariable calculus. Zweck received his PhD in Mathematics from Rice University in 1993 and is currently a Professor of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Texas at Dallas.
“I believe in GMP and it’s aspirations to change maths education. My career goal is to change the way the world sees mathematics so I am keen to be involved.”
Mathematics Specialist – MatificIn a room full of mathematicians Brent is the mathematical equivalent of a door stop. However I challenge anyone to find someone more passionate about changing the way maths is taught. An early childhood trained educator and lover of mathematics in primary schools Brent works as a teacher educator for Edu-Tech company Matific. His day to day involves eliminating maths anxiety wherever he sees it!
“I support the GMP Mathematical process because I have seen the difference in how kids retain and truly understand the steps of a mathematical process instead of just memorizing a formula. Students can problem solve to a higher level thinking that seems to expand to an engineering/architectural mind. In addition, students celebrating why an answer is “different” and mindfully accepting when one does not know the answer shows an abundance amount of thinking mathematically mindfully also goes hand in hand. “
“I support GMP because math education is my passion. As a math teacher I have always strived to make math fun, interesting, and relevant. I want to turn kids (and the world) on to math!”
“I support GMP because everyone deserves to fall in love with math. We just need a proper introduction.”
“I support GMP because it would make quality learning of math accessible to all irrespective of economic or social background.”
Founder, AavishkaarSandhya 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).
“I support GMP for its dedication for disseminating and popularising Mathematics knowledge across the globe.”
Akano Atinuke Nneka
“I believe in GMP because of its dream to spread mathematics knowledge across the globe, I would love to change the mindset of kids that believe that Mathematics is a difficult subject by using real life scenario to teach students Mathematics. “
“I support GMP because students deserve to fall in love with mathematics.”
“I support GMP because I like to play and spread joy.”
“I believe in GMP because I am an advocate for promoting mathematics as an international language. “
Nicoleta Agenna Mazilu
“I support GMP because I believe that “Math The Queen” can bring joy to those that descover and understand her. I want to help changing the perception of math’s learning, meaning a practical approach to the mathematics.”
Mathematics TeacherMaths teacher, maths trainer, member of Mathematical Society of Romania, I coordinate the math project and contest in foreigner langueges “Mathmoiselle” from 2007 to present. I collaborate with many mathematics journals in the country and participate in maths forum’s discussions.
“I support GMP because everyone should have the opportunity to experience the fun and creativity of learning mathematics.”
“I support Global Math Project because mathematics affects everything we do, is full of truth, elegance and beauty.”
PhD Prof. / Spiru Haret UniversityI received my B.S. in mathematics and computer science (1984) and my PhD. in Mathematics (1996) from University of Bucharest, Romania with a thesis on nonlinear models (computational statistics approaches). I am involved in teaching and research on scientific computing, modeling and simulation, and soft computing.
“I support the Global Math Project because I believe that integration of Mathematics with every field is substantial and it is important that students of all ages understand the wide ranging applications of Math, and are not restricted to contemporary institutional mathematics.”
“I believe the project would offer a new perspective of Math teaching in the milieu of Quebec teaching program. A different perspective, a different approach, a chance to get involved many types of students.”
Math TeacherI am a former Math Romanian teacher. After teaching math in Bucharest, Romania, for nine years, I have moved in Canada. While in Romania I was focused on teaching gifted students, in Canada, my focal point was opposed. In 2010 I have received the diagnosis of my son: he was on the autism spectrum disorder. I have done my master in behavioural intervention for children with autism and have worked in ABA clinics and school based environments with children with autism. While my son became fully independent and attended a private French school, while English is his first language, I have decided to go back to school to get my teaching permit in Quebec. I am presently in my second year of my second master degree, at the University of Quebec at Montreal. I have obtained my teaching permit in the province of Quebec this year and I have started to work full time as a Math teacher in a private French school in Laval, Quebec. I will finish my studies next year and I wish to pursue my education with a PhD in the field of the psychology of education, with the focus on children on the autism spectrum disorder. In the meantime, my students struggle with a very rigid curriculum and with very poor manuals in French. I need to find ways to extend their understanding, their perspective and, eventually, to raise their motivation to study math.
“I support GMP for the ability to promote mathematical activities between different cultures.”
“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 accesible for students.”
Dobre Andrei Octavian
“I support GMP because math can connect a world with only one language, the language of mathematics.”
Math TeacherI am math teacher in Romania . I have 12 years of experience with middle school and high school students . I created a website dedicated to mathematics (www.mateinfo.ro), which is one of the most visited sites in Romania. It contains math journals, online lessons, competitions math and more and more Math exercise books.
“I believe in GMP because I think math is a global science and teachers can only benefit from global cooperation in revealing the beauty of math.”
Math TeacherMath teacher for more than 25 years, in Romania and US, I tried to reveal to my students the interdisciplinary power of math and the importance of logic and accuracy in any field. Involved in international projects for the last 10 years, I built with my students and for them bridges to new horizons and new opportunities.
Noor Fahmi Zaharuddin
“I believe in GMP as I am looking for a platform which I can share the benefit and the excitement of mathematics with my local community. I love mathematics and I really hope they can get something from here.”
Math Tutor / Programme Executive at Kangaroo Math MalaysiaI’ve been a math tutor for about more than 3 years and currently work with Kangaroo Math Malaysia (the largest math competition in my country and also in the world!). Sincerely, I feels great when I solved any mathematical problems and share it with my students (or friends) and when looking at their reactions as they were asking, “how did you do that?”, that makes me enjoy my mathematics moment better.
“I support GMP in my global work and professional interactions, fueled by my passion for others to embrace and teach mathematics with simplicity and understanding.”
International Mathematics Consultant and EducatorJacqueline Burns is an American teacher living in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region and teaching mathematics to learners whose first language is Arabic. She is also a mathematics consultant throughout MENA, focusing on the Concrete-Representational-Abstract sequence of instruction, and providing professional learning support to teachers and schools implementing common core math standards.
Viorica Cornelia Hoffmann-Bront
“I am in favor of GMP because math is a universal language. I would like to know people who teach mathematics to children with special educational needs. I would be delighted with this.”
“I believe in GMP. I believe in the beauty of mathematics.I see the infinite union of logic and human ingenuity she represents. It can be used to define the symmetry of flowers or to manage global companies I see her as the universal language shared throughout all of mankind. “
Middle School math teacher@Founder of Pitagora Learning HouseAfter 11 years of entrepreneurship, for 5 years I returned to my first love, math. Currently, I am a teacher at a secondary school in rural areas and the founder of the Pitagora Learning House, a center where I want to share the beauty of mathematics.
“I believe in the Global Math project as I know it will bring about the change in perception that some students/teachers have about the level of difficulty involved in doing Math. It is easy and it is fun! Hope to spread the word around with our GMP community!”
Secondary Section Mathematics teacher – International CurriculumI am a passionate Mathematics teacher, teaching grades 6 to 10, who believes in making Math interesting, engaging and relevant for all children. After completing my degree in computer engineering, I chose to move to the field of Math and Science education and since 6 years, have been attempting to nurture the young minds in my country. I endeavour to instil the joy of mathematics in my students and believe in the 3Es of doing Math- exploring, enquiring and excelling! Making connections between Math and other subjects or the world around them is my primary focus of Math lesson planning.
“I support GMP because mathematics is a beautiful, creative, stimulating subject that deserves more attention from schools, families, and communities.”
“I support GMP since I have an extreme passion in the world of mathematics, and I like to see a lot more children enjoy it as much as I do teaching it.”
AP Calculus TeacherI am from Ireland, but I have taught in Thailand for the past 6 years. I am currently teaching secondary mathematics and AP Calculus at Wells International School in Bangkok, Thailand, and I thoroughly enjoy seeing my students succeed through the wonders that mathematics has to offer.
“I support GMP because we need to show students that anyone can learn math at high levels.”
“I support GMP because it is an excellent opportunity for trying new approaches in teaching/ learning maths.”
MScAriana is an experienced high-school teacher, and a Scientix Ambassador for Romania. She has collaborated in different European projects like MatLan, MATh.en.JEANS or Doing Math as Researchers Do It – MatReLan. She has experience in and she promotes inquiry based learning, and the development of scientific literacy skills and transversal skills through STEM subjects. She has published numerous articles on different issues related to maths education as well as books (such as Math lessons for critical thinking), guidebooks for teachers and teacher trainers, and the Second Chance curriculum and teaching materials for mathematics in the Romanian Second Chance programme.
“I support GMP because I believe in the beauty of mathematics as common, universal language, accessible to every person.”
“I believe in GMP because math is a language that we all can talk, regardless of nationality.”
Math and Computer Science TeacherYoung and passionate gymnasium and high school teacher at VictoriaEdu private center in Bucharest, teaching mathematics and computer science. Collaborator in the training books for the baccalaureate exam. I decided to become a teacher in the desire to give. I quit IT to become a teacher because I love teaching diffrent kinds of kids, I want to share the joy with everyone.
“I believe in GMP, because mathematics can transcend geographical boundaries and unify communities.”
“GMP support because everyone should have the opportunity to experience the application of mathematics in practice”
“I support GMP because I believe all students need inspiration and a community to flourish through mathematics!”
Orlando Math Circle, founderI founded the Orlando Math Circle so I would be able to connect to other students in my community to explore mathematics outside the school curriculum. It has been a most rewarding experience learning, teaching and interacting with passionate and incredible people. To fulfill the OMC mission of creating a diverse and inclusive community of student mathematicians, I realized that mathematics has to be presented and explored in fun ways. This is exactly what GMP does and why I support this project.
“I support GMP because math is a universal language that can be discovered in an infinite number of exciting ways!”
England, United Kingdom
“I want to help GMP achieve a maths revolution. Students of all ages need the chance to explore, learn and experience the joy of mathematics.”
Tutor to High Achieving PupilsDual mathematician and medical graduate much of my working life has been spent convincing those who dislike mathematics of its benefits. The use of amusing problems and games has now extended to teaching problem solving skills to those who aspire to elite mathematical training.
“I believe in GMP because I believe that every student should have access to rich and exciting math problems that both bring joy to mathematics and makes them wonder. I love exposing my students to questions that really make them think and where students are encouraged to use their creativity.”
“I support GMP because I belive that we must promote the importance of the mathematics among young people and show its connection with everyday life.”
“I support GMP, because this will help me to learn and share my maths knowledge for betterment of Mathematics Education”
“I believe in GMP because everyone should have the opportunity to experience the beauty and joy in mathematics!”
K-12 Mathematics Director, Milton Public SchoolsMichelle is a mathematics educator who is continually looking for ways to engage learners in mathematics. She works with teachers to design lessons with accessibility and equity in mind and encourages students to break the stereotype of the American mathematician.
Wales, United Kingdom
“I believe in GMP as Mathematics is such an exciting and fascinating way to unite and link people from all over the globe!”
Magdalena Claudia Uleia
“I believe in GMP because all is math( in my opinon ) and only music is above her ( in Hermann Hesse opinion) !”
“I believe in GMP because math is my second religion, it has never betrayed or dissapointed me. I believe it is important for everyone to see in mathematics skills, a way to master life. It’s important for us to convince our students that being able to keep up in a modern society without learning math, is not the right answer.”
“I support GMP because after 19 years in the secondary mathematics classroom I have realized that I still had so much to learn about teaching math and I want to encourage other math teachers and students to continue with me on my lifelong journey of learning mathematics.”
Secondary Math Curriculum and Instruction SpecialistSuzanne has a Ph.D in Mathematics Education from the University of Southern Mississippi and is a NBCT in AYA Mathematics. She has 19 years of secondary classroom teaching experience and for the last three years has been the secondary mathematics curriculum and instruction specialist for the Pascagoula-Gautier School District.
“I support GMP because I am sure it is a possibility to foster our students to focus on learning Math and applying it in other subjects and also in real life.”
England, United Kingdom
“I support GMP because it is important we bring up and support the new generations of mathematicians, as it’s them who will shape up the future of science and technology, and hence the future of the world.”
Education Technical SpecialistJasmina is a former maths teacher and now a Technical Education Specialist at MathWorks, where she leads initiatives to drive software use to enhance STEM education and learning experiences. Spreading the passion for maths through lectures, contests, puzzles. Seeking to find maths in unexpected places.
“I support GMP as an exciting and authentic way to spread the joy of mathematics!”
“I support GMP because I believe all students (and teachers!) deserve to see how math can be creative and exciting! We are working hard in Bozeman to provide meaningful math experiences K-12, and exploding dots will empower our teachers and students!”
Math Curriculum SpecialistRachel is a math curriculum specialist in Bozeman, Montana with a passion for developing strong number sense, real-world math application and instilling growth mindset in teachers and students, alike. She continues to be amazed by the creativity and open-endedness in math–a perspective she did not have throughout her own K-12 experience.
“I choose to be a GMP ambassador because I want to reach students like me that come from socioeconomically disadvatnged backgrounds. I want them to discover the beauty, creativity and the curiosity that comes from math. “
Math Curiculum Specialist and Staff DevelopmentDaniel was a middle school math teacher who decided to earn his Master’s Degree in Elementary mathematics so that he could help his students enjoy mathematics. Daniel now works with his local County Office, providing staff development support to various school districts in and around his county.
“I support the GMP because I belive that Mathematics education can improve via breaking down barriers by bringing together different approaches to education from different parts of the world.”
Chair of Academic Center for Social and Educational Innovations (AKCES)I organize conferences both local in Poland (Polish GeoGebra Conferences since 2010, School in Internet Era since 2009)) as well as international conference in math education EWCOME (East West Conference on Mathematics Education), as well I write books and create courses for teachers. I am also head of a Educational Center at my University as well as a Founder and Chair of Teachers community ROSE and Foundation ACESS. I would love to spread the word about the GMP!
“I support the GMP because I believe it delivers something that millions want even though not many are quick to admit it — understanding mathematics and enjoying the discovery process.”
Academic at the University of Queensland and Founder of One on EpsilonYoni Nazarathy is a full time research and teaching academic at the University of Queensland Australia. Working in statistics and applied mathematics, his expertise is in stochastic operations research. He is also the founder of One on Epsilon, Pty Ltd. A young company with the mantra of driving curiosity and nurturing connection. One on Epsilon aims to deliver accessible mathematics content that drives curiosity and nurtures parent-teacher-student connections.
“I believe in GMP because it will provide our students with a common joyful experience, K-12 in mathematics.”
Nguyen Duc Toan
“I love GMP beccause my students and I love it”
“I support GMP because of the work you are doing to redefine mathematics learning so it is accessible for ALL students.”
“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 and its mission because it aims to inspire curiosity through mathematical thinking among learners of all ages: inspiration begets discovery; discovery promotes progress. “
High School Math Teacher“I started my career as a data analyst; however decided to become a math teacher to spread the joy of learning and understanding mathematics. In addition to having a unique opportunity teaching at all three levels of K-12: elementary, middle, and high school. I strongly believe in leveraging the power of social media to collaborate with teachers across schools and classrooms to do teacher-driven research. Our latest effort is titled “”Peer Influence on Academics: More Evidence.”” I also collaborate with the One on Epsilon project which aims to foster engagement and curiosity in math through curation and creation of content. ”
“I support GMP for its innovative approach to ensure love for mathematics.”