So, I wonder what this kind of a video would do for discussion in a math community?

So, I wonder what this kind of a video would do for discussion in a math community?

Are these the kinds of resources that are only possible in an online space?

How does this align to our current understanding of curriculum.

Too many questions for these math dragons.

http://youtu.be/dsvLLKQCxeA

12 Comments

  1. This is absolutely FABULOUS!  This gal’s brain is HUGE and I suspect she isn’t being challenged enough in our current educational system.  She just makes me sigh with admiration and I am reminded of how insufficient my mathematical knowledge truly is.  Thanks a lot 20th century education. 😛

  2. This is absolutely FABULOUS!  This gal’s brain is HUGE and I suspect she isn’t being challenged enough in our current educational system.  She just makes me sigh with admiration and I am reminded of how insufficient my mathematical knowledge truly is.  Thanks a lot 20th century education. 😛

  3. This is absolutely FABULOUS!  This gal’s brain is HUGE and I suspect she isn’t being challenged enough in our current educational system.  She just makes me sigh with admiration and I am reminded of how insufficient my mathematical knowledge truly is.  Thanks a lot 20th century education. 😛

  4. I never commented, but I really like these type of videos that are clearly questioning the status quo while demonstrating the power of applying knowledge.  I would have loved a project like this as a kid.  Give me opportunities to creatively apply learning and I’m in to the Nth degree.  Benjamin Wilkoff Marc Long Could we use videos like this spark the creation of units or lessons?

  5. I never commented, but I really like these type of videos that are clearly questioning the status quo while demonstrating the power of applying knowledge.  I would have loved a project like this as a kid.  Give me opportunities to creatively apply learning and I’m in to the Nth degree.  Benjamin Wilkoff Marc Long Could we use videos like this spark the creation of units or lessons?

  6. I never commented, but I really like these type of videos that are clearly questioning the status quo while demonstrating the power of applying knowledge.  I would have loved a project like this as a kid.  Give me opportunities to creatively apply learning and I’m in to the Nth degree.  Benjamin Wilkoff Marc Long Could we use videos like this spark the creation of units or lessons?

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