From a diplomatic advisor, a fresh perspective on the tumultuous calamity that I call my life, is to keep your chin up. Practical advice, that may be hard to swallow, but true to “practical,” “achievable,” in many ways it is quite simple. While I grit my teeth so hard to cause major tension headaches and jaw strain, I […]Read More Chin up.
I aspire to being a leader in the field of mathematics education. To pursuing excellence and shaping the direction of our future generations of students, teachers, and other educational leaders. In some ways, I struggle in understanding how the greats got to be where they are. I’ve been collecting quotes from movies and songs that […]Read More Working hard.
“[T]he psychological deﬁnition of a concept cannot be reduced to its scientiﬁc deﬁnition … [M]athematicians normally strive to be precise, complete and parsimonious when they write deﬁnitions, whereas psychologists try to understand how concepts are progressively shaped, by different kinds of situations and competences and by different kinds of linguistic representation and symbols.” (Vergnaud, 1997, […]Read More “[T]he psycholo…
Not a day goes by that I notice different things in life that inspire me. Today it was an article, and a conversation with a colleague around teachings of Buddhism. I will discuss the article now, and save Buddhism for a later post. Paola Sztajn and colleagues recently published an article on theory supporting mathematics professional […]Read More Inspiration.