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Secrets to Top Math Scores in Victoria, Australia

December14

“You have to have talent, and you have to be willing to work hard!” This sums up the high scores achieved recently by students in their state-wide math exams. A recent article highlights the underlying secret to high scores in senior school Mathematics, in the southern state of Victoria, Australia: “In Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, Vermont […]

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You CAN learn Anything…

August20
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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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FemMath – where fewer run away!

June3

Recent research has shown than people are slightly less likely to flee an oncoming storm with a feminine name than a masculine one. Researchers found that hurricanes with feminine names turn out to be deadlier than their more macho-sounding counterparts, possibly because the feminine names sound less dangerous. For example, the two deadliest storms to […]

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If I learn Pi to 1000 places will I be a better mathematician?

February16

This post asks an interesting question. So, as a high school student, I go to the trouble (and it would be some trouble) to learn the value of Pi to 1000 decimal places. Will that make me a better mathematician? NO, according to recent research on how we learn. Check out this article on this […]

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