Story Collider Performance

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In April I was privileged to participate in a Story Collider event on the Lower East side, where I and five other Math for America teachers told stories about our lives in and out of the classroom.

The full video of my story is now available. Watch it to find out why I consider teaching to be a party at the edge of human knowledge.

It was humbling to take part along side my MfA colleagues, whose stories were courageous, personal, and deeply moving. You can find links to all the stories here.

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1 Comment

ihor charischak · May 17, 2018 at 7:10 pm

Wonderful talk. As a former math teacher (I’m retired now), I related to your story very personally. I too went in and out in my relationship to math, teaching and computers brought me back to a very personal and exciting adventure with math. I documented my journey in my book “The Wannado Curriculum: A math teacher’s journey to the Dynamic Math 2.0 classroom.” I got my BS in math at LIU brooklyn and taught at Brooklyn Friends for 5 years. Places that are familiar to you, Im sure. If you are interested I can send you a copy at your schools address. Let me know.

PS I also gave a talk/interview about the book at

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