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James Tanton

November 17, 2010

The high-school English curriculum teaches both the grammar and the poetry. Why can’t a high-school mathematics curriculum teach the poetry and artistry of its discipline as well The goal of James' work is to demonstrate the beauty of mathematics, its wonder and its intellectual playfulness, and to work towards bringing true joy into mathematics learning and mathematics doing for one and all. An essay about Thinking Mathematics philosophy Philosophy of Thinking Mathematics James Tanton

A page from "Math Without Words" - a book of puzzles. See also Sue VanHattum's review of the book.

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