October 17, 2019

Episode 204: Helping teachers keep math interesting

A University of Arizona professor wants to help learners know, use and enjoy mathematics.

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Helping Teachers Keep Math Interesting

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Episode 204: University of Arizona professor Bill McCallum, UA Dept. of Mathematics

University of Arizona professor Bill McCallum wants to create a world where learners know, use and enjoy mathematics. He’s worked in both mathematics research and education and was one of the lead writers for the Common Core Standards in Mathematics. He offers guidance to K-12 educators about how to build a solid foundation in the subject for their students.

Bill McCallum spoke with Tim Swindle of the University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Lab.

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