Reclaiming Mathematics as a Liberal Art: Storytelling in Math Class


by
Arron Kau June 24, 2014


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2014

ABSTRACT:

We know that math is supposed to be one of the liberal arts, yet math is one of the least appreciated subjects among students. Let’s consider how treating math as a story rather than as a “fact” might help us reach the souls of our students.


TAGS:

Mathematics Pedagogy Upper School


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Arron Kau
Arron Kau lives in Fort Worth, TX with his wife and four children. He has a Masters in Arts from St. John’s College and is currently a Math Teacher and Math Department Chair at Covenant Classical School of Fort Worth. He has taught mathematics for several years and most previously worked as Director of Math Curriculum at Brilliant.org.

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