Number Sense Blog
Math Heroes: Einstein's Miracle Year
Jan 21, 2015
Now here's an inspiring Math Hero story from TEDEd! Albert Einstein was considered a "failed" academic before he developed theories that radically changed our understanding of the universe. Check out this video on Einstein's "Miracle ...
Mathnasium Student Yael Marler Recognized by Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth
Jun 16, 2015
At Mathnasium, nothing makes us happier than seeing our students reach their potential and achieve academic success. We're so thrilled and proud to share that Yael Marler, a student at Mathnasium of Lake Mary, was recently honored as one of t...
Women in Math: Ada Lovelace
Oct 14, 2015
While we’re on the topic of training our brains, this week also marks Ada Lovelace Day, celebrated on October 13! Pioneering British mathematician Ada Lovelace (1815 – 1852) is best known for her visionary work on the Analytical Engine, a calculat...
Mathnasium Congratulates John Urschel!
Feb 5, 2016
(Image source) Congratulations to our favorite professional mathlete, Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel, who started his first day as a candidate in MIT’s Applied Mathematics PhD program on Monday, February 1! He'll be studying sp...
Author Spotlight: Lucy Ravtich, The Pancake Menu
Feb 11, 2016
Author and educator Lucy Ravitch is on a mission: to make learning math as much fun and hands-on as possible! We're super excited about her book, The Pancake Menu, and love the way she makes math concepts come alive by way of clever rhymes, deligh...
Word Problem Wednesday: A Movie Star Mathematician
Mar 23, 2016
On Word Problem Wednesday, we're celebrating the contributions of screen siren and mathematician Hedy Lamarr! Give our word problem a try... we'll update with the answer tomorrow! Hedy Lamarr was born in 1914. She was a mathematician and invent...
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