### March 3, 2014 – We’re back!

“Certain notions of mathematics are not sufficiently embedded in the culture for children to learn in their natural way, so they come... Read More

### June 27, 2012

“It is self-indulgent of us as teachers to say that we can spend 3 hours a week with a student and give... Read More

### May 18, 2012

“On the Cost of Computation in Schools A final word about the cost of doing all this. Turtles. music boxes. computer controlled... Read More

### May 10, 2012 (Rare Discoveries Week)

“So I think the number one task has to be to really create spearheads, nuclei of change where we can really demonstrate... Read More

### May 8, 2012 (Rare Discoveries Week)

“So there are other ways, through this computer system that have opened up, that enable somebody to get knowledge when you need... Read More

### May 3, 2012

“Discussing laptops with local teachers reminded of my encounter in Thailand with Mr. Condom. His real name is Meechai, but he proudly... Read More

### April 26, 2012

“When I met Piaget my passion for understanding mathematics came together with my desire to know how the mind works and to... Read More

### April 19, 2012

“Why then should computers in schools be confined to computing the sum of the squares of the first twenty odd numbers and... Read More

### April 16, 2012

“I give talks about this sort of thing to educators and at the end they say, “Well exactly how is the computer... Read More

### April 11, 2012

“Being a mathematician is no more definable as “knowing” a set of of mathematical facts than being a poet is definable as... Read More