MathEd Out

Adrian Pumphrey was very kind and patient when he interviewed me for this month’s MathEd Out podcast.

Other folks whom Adrian had interviewed thus far:

  1. Julie Reulbach — blogs at I Speak Math
  2. Dan Meyer — blogs at dy/dan
  3. Lynne McClure — Director of NRich
  4. Daniel Schneider — blogs at Mathy McMatherson
  5. Sue VanHattum — blogs at Math Mama Writes

Upcoming interviews:

  1. Bill McCallum — Lead author of CCSS
  2. James Grime — Numberphile
  3. Malcolm Swan — MARS

Thank you, Adrian, for the honor and pleasure to do this. I’m really bummed that I won’t be at #TMC14 to meet you in person.

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2 Comments

  1. Kaitlyn Rudy
    Posted July 20, 2014 at 12:00 pm | Permalink

    I am a student research assistant at Montana Tech of the University of Montana. Technology has created exciting ways to connect with others and form professional learning networks. As a part of an active member of a social media community made up of teachers, I wanted to contact you to ask you to participate in a study our research group is conducting.

    Research shows that face-to-face professional networks provide much needed professional and personal support to teachers. You and the community you belong to are providing these types of support using social media. We are interested in learning more about your experiences using social media to connect with other teachers and your opinions about online professional networks.

    The purpose of our study is to learn how professional learning networks created through social media are similar or different than face-to-face networks and what you feel are advantages of using social media to connect with other teachers. Our hope is that the results of this study will inform how professional networks for teachers are designed in the future. If you are interested in participating, please send an email to me at teacherblogPLN@gmail.com. I will send you a link to a short online survey and will set up time for a short skype interview.

    If you have any questions you would like to ask about the study, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Sincerely,

    Kaitlyn Rudy
    Research Assistant
    Department of Mathematical Sciences
    Montana Tech of the University of Montana

  2. Posted July 27, 2014 at 4:32 pm | Permalink

    I was the one, honored. So glad you agreed to be on the show. I’m hoping very much it is not the last time! See you at #tmc15? (LA!!!)

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