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Exploding Dots

Exploding Dots

How to Awaken a Generation of Lost Mathematicians is must share article, written by Global Math Project (GMP) ambassador, Junaid Mubeen.  He explores the power of James Tanton’s Exploding Dots, a “simple yet extraordinarily flexible construct” that has the potential to “recondition students towards a new way of understanding mathematics”. Junaid likens the possibilities of what the GMP projects […]

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Numbers Count

CMU Professor Po-Shen Loh is using the power of algorithms to make math more accessible and understandable to people around the globe. For mathematics Professor Po-Shen Loh, math is the art of creative thinking. And teaching math wasn’t enough for this self-described math evangelist. He launched Expii, a free math education platform that gathers difficult […]

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When Math And Creativity Combine: U.S. Wins Math Olympiad For Second Consecutive Year

Meet Po-Shen Loh, the professor at Carnegie Mellon University and head coach for Team USA, who paved the way for the U.S. to win the International Mathematical Olympiad for the second consecutive year. Now he’s adding more value to the world with his new product, Expii Solve.

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Creative Ways Mathematics Helps Us Flourish Through Learning

What if we told you that mathematics was more than just an academic subject? Sure, a knowledge of mathematics is a practical skill that can play the foundation in many engineering applications, and it is mathematics that powers computers, factories, and all virtual reality today, but math is so much more than that. As Harvey […]

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Orlando Math Circle Brings “Math Evangelist”, Dr. Po-Shen Loh, to Speak to Local Students.

On Saturday, May 13th, Carnegie Mellon mathematics Professor Po-Shen Loh will give a talk at Lake Highland Preparatory, open to any interested students. Professor Loh is head coach of the International Mathematics Math Olympiad, and is the man who made history by coaching the U.S. team to win consecutive gold medals in 2015 and 2016. […]

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Math Circles: A Doorway to Opportunity

A Math Circle is more than just another extracurricular activity or club. I see the Orlando Math Circle as the doorway to opportunity for the children involved in it: an instrument for building an equitable pipeline into mathematics and STEM that provides everyone with access. It’s a pipeline into success; for as Francis Su, former […]

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Math Circles – What Are They And How They Got To US?

American math clubs are a new incarnation of an old idea that has already been proven to have wonderful, far-reaching results. Our club began last year when I introduced the idea of a math circle to a few of my fellow Lake Highland friends.  Math Circles originated in Eastern Europe in the 1930’s as an […]

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Spring Session 2017

every 4TH Monday of every month at 6:15pm Jan 23, Feb. 27, Mar. 27, Apr. 24, May 22 531 Versailles Dr, Suit 102 Maitland, FL 32751

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Trianglethon

Orlando Math Circle kicked off the 2017 Orlando Trianglethon by celebrating a day of Math Madness at the Orlando Science Center. Read about it at http://events.icflorida.com/event/math-madness-day-march-18-201758cd37c5a2a13

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