Global Math Week

“Exploding Dots” From Coast to Coast


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During the first annual Global Math Week, beginning October 10, 2017, a million and a half students experienced Exploding Dots, a refreshing and powerful mathematical approach to arithmetic and algebra developed by founding team member James Tanton and regularly described by students and teachers alike as “mind-blowing.” Here is how members of the MTC community across the country celebrated Global Math Week:


This article originally appeared in the Spring 2018 MTCircular.


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