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Author:Tim Chartier
Description: Blog that focuses on mathematics and the "progress or movement" that occurs in Chartier's teaching, research, writing, and performing. An Associate Professor of Mathematics at Davidson College, Chartier has trained at Le Centre du Silence mime school and Dell'Arte School of International Physical Theater, and further studied in master classes with Marcel Marceau, inspiring his "mime-matics" shows, which unite his two passions. Posts, which date back to July, 2010, have included "Jabulani math," "Flipped out accuracy," "A Yoda Revolution," "Millions (and trillions) of cats," "Flipping over Harry Potter," "X Games: X is for Math," "Flipped out accuracy," "Celebrity Networking," "Riemann sum&ms," "Sugar-coated CoM&Mander-in-Chief," "Giving the NFL a rating," "A muggle's math magic," "Seeing mathematical leftovers," "Chocolate Chip Pi," "Olympic Speed Limit," "Tubular Topology," "Loving math and mime," and "Steel this integral!" and "Euler, Yoda, and Wildcats, oh my!"

Levels: Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), College
Languages: English
Resource Types: Audiovisuals, Problems/Puzzles, Web-Based Discussions
Math Topics: Estimation, Number Sense/About Numbers, Patterns/Relationships, Discrete Math, Dynamical Systems, Euclidean Plane Geometry, Number Theory, Humanities, Sports
Math Ed Topics: Public Understanding of Math

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