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I’m feeling blue, 11 dimensions at a time!

June13

Neuroscientists have used a classic branch of maths in a totally new way to peer into the structure of our brains. What they’ve discovered is that the brain is full of multi-dimensional geometrical structures operating in as many as 11 dimensions. We’re used to thinking of the world from a 3-D perspective, so this may […]

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Learning Math by Doing Math…

July16

It is absolutely, 100% wrong to suggest that you simply “Can’t do math” – unless, of course, you have sustained a brain injury. Even then, the brain is a most remarkable organ that is capable of growth and change, especially in young students. Take the example of Cameron Mott, a young girl who had half […]

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No, we are not selling you a book, but…

July16

The book title “How to Be a Math Genius” caught our attention at H3! It sure looks enticing and even the review is very positive – after all, how many 11 year olds will want to bring a Math book to read while having dinner? Reviewer Mark Frauenfelder writes, “I enjoyed learning about statistics, probability, […]

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H3 MATHS NEWS FLASH!

July9

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Amazing Brain Man

October9

Daniel Tammet was bullied at school and also suffers from autism, etc. Yet, he has been gifted with an amazing ability to manipulate numbers. Check out this video link for an insight into Daniel’s rather different way of thinking mathematically.

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Boy with Incredible Brain

January12

Link to this article and movie which highlights the amazing, enviable talents that students with autism often (or usually) have. Note that the word “savant” refers to “Savant┬ásyndrome is a rare condition in which people with developmental disorders have one or more areas of expertise” (source: wikipedia)  

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