Karim Logue, friend of the blog and proprietor of Mathalicious, has opened up shop. He’s attempting to go at it alone, creating and selling interesting, high-quality math curricula on his own label, an experiment I’ll be watching with a lot of interest. Going in his favor is the fact that he has a sharp eye for applied math and a strong hand with slides, worksheets, photos, and videos. I’ve been previewing his fall line and it’s super. He’s offering my readers a 20% discount on the annual subscription with the code “dy/dan” between now and September 30. So check him out. Check out the freebies and then spring for the costies. Your kids will thank you.
Christopher DanielsonSeptember 1, 2011 - 10:24 am -
Just stopping by to second the recommendation.
I had the pleasure of meeting both Dan and Karim this past spring and I have learned a ton from each.
So, dear readers, do check out Mathalicious. And then come back here to debate Dan’s claim:
Specifically, is it applied math that Mathalicious is about? Or is it something else?
Maria DroujkovaSeptember 15, 2011 - 4:29 am -
Karim, you ROCK! Please let me know if I can do anything to help you. Maybe we can do another Math Future event? It’s nice to revisit the projects that are growing nicely!