Thomas I. Treloar shows how a solid foundation in the skills of arithmetic equips students for dealing with abstract truths.
The Journal Vol. VI – Fall 2013
Andrew Elizalde describes the mentality behind the way math is currently being taught and the resulting problems.
John D. Mays provides a rationale for the study of mathematics.
Trisha Ingraham reviews Greeks and Romans Bearing Gifts: How the Ancients Inspired the Founding Fathers by Carl J. Richard.
Arron Kau argues that teaching Euclid’s Elements can help restore mathematics to its place in the liberal arts.
Doreen Howell illustrates how the key trait of curiosity can be encouraged in young students.
Ravi Jain makes a case for the use of primary sources in teaching math and science.