Best Math podcasts — Tutoring, analysis, and latest findings (Updated September 2017; image)
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Math Ed Podcast
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Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.www.mathedpodcast.comProduced by Fibre Studios
 
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Math Mutation
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Welcome to Math Mutation, a podcast for people of all ages where we discuss fun, interesting, or just plain weird corners of mathematics that you would not have heard in school.(Feedback email erik@mathmutation.com).
 
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The Type Theory Podcast
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A podcast about type theory
 
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Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist
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This podcast is an effort to promote visibility of women in mathematics. Inspired by the fact that women are vast minority in higher mathematics, Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist serves to increase enrollment and participation of women in mathematics and STEM courses.
 
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Girls Talk Math
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Girls Talk Math is a free math day camp for high school girls in the Research Triangle area (NC) hosted by the Mathematics Department of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Campers complete challenging problem sets in areas of mathematics that go beyond the high school curriculum, research the lives of female mathematicians, and share what they learned through blog posts and podcasts.
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
The American Mathematical Societys Mathematical Moments program promotes appreciation and understanding of the role mathematics plays in science, nature, technology, and human culture. Listen to researchers talk about how they use math: from presenting realistic animation to beating cancer.
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
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Breaking Math is a podcast that aims to make math accessible to everyone, and make it enjoyable. Every other week, topics such as chaos theory, forbidden formulas, and more will be covered in detail. If you have 45 or so minutes to spare, you're almost guaranteed to learn something new!
 
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The Other Half
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An exploration of the life half of math and the math half of life.
 
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Mr Barton Maths Podcast
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Hello! My name is Craig Barton and I am a secondary school maths teacher at Thornleigh Salesian College, in sunny Bolton, Lancashire. I am also the TES Maths Adviser, creator of mrbartonmaths.com, diagnosticquestions.com, and a bit of a maths geek. This is my podcast! Each episode, I interview someone from the world of education who interests and inspires me. They may be a maths teacher, such as Dan Meyer, Kris Boulton and Greg Ashman, or they may be from the wider world of education, such a ...
 
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Global Math Department Podcast
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The Global Math Department is a group of math educators sharing what they’ve learned. Professional development among colleagues who are also friends. Fun, immediately useful and interesting! We host a webinar each Tuesday evening at 9pm ET and post a podcasts of the presentations here. For more information or full video recordings, visit bigmarker.com/globalmathdept.
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
Check out: https://blankfornonblank.podiant.co/e/357f09da787bac/What you're about to hear is part two of an episode recorded by the podcasting network ___forNon___ (Blank for Non-Blank), of which Breaking Math, along with several other podcasts, is a part. To check out more ___forNon___ content, you can click on the link in this description. An ...…
 
On this special episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, I spoke to Andrew Blair. Last episode I interviewed Andrew about running inquiries. There has been a fantastic reaction to the interview, and I am pleased to see that it has given other people plenty to think about, and not just myself. Indeed, I am not sure my head has quite finished spin ...…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
This is the first group podcast for the podcasting network ___forNon___ (pronounced "Blank for Non-Blank"), a podcasting network which strives to present expert-level subject matter to non-experts in a way which is simultaneously engaging, interesting, and simple. The episode today delves into the problem of learning. We hope you enjoy this epi ...…
 
Attendees will be introduced to the TQE process and how it can be used to frame mathematics instruction with (1) TASKS that promote thinking, prompt discourse, and reveal misconceptions, (2) QUESTIONS that advance understanding and uncover errors, and (3) EVIDENCE that inform formative assessment. The session will be supported by a shared image ...…
 
Aimee Ellington from Virginia Commonwealth University discusses the article, "Effectively coaching middle school teachers: A case for teacher and student learning," published in the Journal of Mathematical Behavior, Volume 46. (Co-authors: Whitenack and Edwards) Aimee's Professional Webpage See the comments for references mentioned during the i ...…
 
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Mr Barton Maths Podcast
 
On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, I spoke to Andrew Blair. Andrew is the Head of Maths at Haverstock School, in Camden Inner-London, and the creator of inquirymaths.org. Now, in recent episodes this podcast has featured guests who favour an explicit instruction approach to teaching – most notably my interviews with Greg Ashman and ...…
 
After writing or curating 2,000 K-12 tasks and course blueprints, Illustrative Mathematics decided to try writing a fully formed curriculum. What were our guiding principles? How did we translate those lofty ideals into concrete lesson plans? What did we learn from the craziest year and a half of our lives? And how can this all […]…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
Hello. This is Jonathan from Breaking Math to bring you a specialmessage. Gabriel, my co-host, has recently had a child. The childis healthy, but both children and Breaking Math take time,and we're still figuring out how to make use of said time mostefficiently. So I'm here to tell you what you can expect in themean time.In the mean time, you c ...…
 
On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, I spoke to Rachel Webster. Rachel is a former primary school teacher who is taking on the role of a Primary Maths Specialist with the White Rose Maths Hub from September. The reason I wanted to interview Rachel is that for many years I do not feel I have been teaching each new crop of Year 7s as w ...…
 
How can we use best practices in teaching to inform our professional development design? What elements form effective professional development, and how do they relate to lesson planning, formative assessment, and human nature? Join us as we learn together and leave with a plan of action for your future professional development design. Presented ...…
 
How the Pythagorean Theorem influenced Hobbes' Leviathan. (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Students’ love for mathematics ends when they surrender sense making and yield to senseless memorization. Through powerful examples, the webinar explores: reasons for the difficulty, insights into sound pedagogy, engaging tasks, interactive fraction apps, and bridges to the future. Presented by Dr. Monica Neagoy. Hosted by: Hedge Watch the full ...…
 
On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, I spoke to Trevor Senior. Trevor is AQA’s Chief Examiner for the Maths GCSE. As those of you teaching maths in the UK in the last couple of years will have experienced, there has been a tremendous amount of uncertainty, anxiety and expectation surrounding the new maths GCSE. It’s kind of been like ...…
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Michel C. Molinkovitch, University of GenevaDescription: Michel C. Milinkovitch used math, physics, and biology for an amazing discovery about the patterns on a lizard's skin.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Michel C. Molinkovitch, University of GenevaDescription: Michel C. Milinkovitch used math, physics, and biology for an amazing discovery about the patterns on a lizard's skin.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Konstantin Batygin, Caltech Description: Konstantin Batygin talks about using math to investigate the existence of Planet Nine.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
Jonathan and Gabriel discuss four challenging problems.
 
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Global Math Department Podcast
 
Recaps from Twitter Math Camp, 2017 Edition! Speakers will share some of their favorite moments from TMC2017. Here are links from the slides that have been organized into a convenient Google Doc. Featuring presenters @jkerble @joeykelly89 @brettegarner @tcesarski @madisonsandig4 @JamiDanielle @AGEiland @KeplerTrish and host Deb Boden. Presentat ...…
 
Les Steffe from the University of Georgia talks about his career in mathematics, including graduate school at the University of Wisconsin, the theory of radical constructivism, and research on students' understanding of number. Guest host: Kevin Moore See the comments for references mentioned during the interview. Complete list of episodes…
 
On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, I spoke to Nick Rose. Nick is a former science teacher who now works as a researcher for TeachFirst . He runs the excellent Evidence into Practice blog, and is the co-author of one of my favourite education books: What every teacher needs to know about Psychology, which he wrote with David Didau. ...…
 
This presentation will engage participants in considering how everyday use of formative assessment, in-the-moment classroom-based assessment techniques (observations, interviews, Show Me, hinge questions, exit tasks), directly influence and empower teacher planning and instruction AND impact student achievement! Watch the full presentation at: ...…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
What does it mean to be a good person? What does it mean to make a mistake? These are questions which we are not going to attempt to answer, but they are essential to the topic of study of today’s episode: consciousness. Conscious is the nebulous thing that lends a certain air of importance to experience, but as we’ve seen from 500 centuries of ...…
 
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Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist
 
Finally, Damien Adams, the facilitator of the podcast, speaks about the roots of this project and the future of Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist. We would like to thank all of our listeners and participants as we take a short break to regroup and begin creating more content in the fall. Please continue to share this podcast and the love ...…
 
On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, I spoke to Ed Southall. Ed is the course leader for the Maths Secondary PGCE at Huddersfield University, a maths tutor, and now a best-selling author, with his debut book Yes, but why? Teaching for understanding in mathematics currently Sage’s highest-selling book of the year. It’s an absolutely b ...…
 
Is there merit to the "Six Degrees of Separation" concept? (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Even if we give students the very best mathematical modeling problems, we are not necessarily teaching students to be good mathematical modelers. Mathematical modeling requires making choices, and teaching mathematical modeling requires knowing the choices to be made and teaching students how to be, well, choosy. We will make explicit the littl ...…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
Jonathan and Gabriel discuss ___forNon___ (blank for non-blank); a podcasting collective they've recently joined. Check out more at blankfornonblank.com.
 
On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, I spoke to Kris Boulton. Kris is a maths teacher and the former second in department at King Solomon Academy, where he worked alongside fellow podcast guest Bruno Reddy, achieving incredible GCSE results in challenging circumstances. Kris now works for TeachFirst, where he is Associate Director of ...…
 
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Girls Talk Math
 
Learn about the life and work of Maryam Mirzakhani as described by a group of high school girls attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Tara Collins, Michelle Escobar, Kayla Rollins, and Logan White.Check out the corresponding blog post about the math problems these campers solved at https://gir ...…
 
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Girls Talk Math
 
Learn about the life and work of Moon Duchin as described by a group of high school girls attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Noa Bearman, Kimberly Cruz Lopez, Tina Lin, and Xintong Xiang.Check out the corresponding blog post about the math problems these campers solved at https://girlstalkm ...…
 
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Girls Talk Math
 
Learn about the life and work of Joan Birman as described by a group of high school girls attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Nethania Okyere, Rachel Rozansky, Ashleigh Taylor, and Sylvia Towey.Check out the corresponding blog post about the math problems these campers solved at https://girl ...…
 
Learn about the life and work of Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat as described by a group of high school girls attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Katie Clark, Tori Dunston, Kelly Fan, Abrianna Macklin, and McKenna Vernon.Check out the corresponding blog post about the math problems these campers solve ...…
 
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Girls Talk Math
 
Learn about the life and work of Fan Chung as described by a group of high school girls attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Cameron Farrar, Elizabeth Gross, Shiropa Noor, and Rebecca Rozansky.Check out the corresponding blog post about the math problems these campers solved at https://girlst ...…
 
Learn about the life and work of Marjorie Lee Browne as described by a group of high school girls attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Elizabeth Datskevych, Nina Hadley, Sabrina James, and Rachel Ruff.Check out the corresponding blog post about the math problems these campers solved at https: ...…
 
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Girls Talk Math
 
Learn about the life and work of Suchitra Sebastian as described by a group of high school girls attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Kathryn Benedict, Olivia Fugikawa, Denna Huang, and Eleanor McAdon.Check out the corresponding blog post about the math problems these campers solved at https: ...…
 
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Girls Talk Math
 
Learn about the life and work of Sarah Flannery as described by a group of high school girls attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Divya Aikat, Helena Harrison, Annie Qin, and Quinn Shanahan.Check out the corresponding blog post about the math problems these campers solved at https://girlstalk ...…
 
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Global Math Department Podcast
 
Number talks are powerful tools for building students’ mathematical thinking, fluency and discourse, but there’s more to them than just show and tell. Leverage your talks: analyze and use student strategies shared during number talks to plan and lead targeted follow-up discussions that reengage students in their mathematical thinking. Watch the ...…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
Go to www.brilliant.org/breakingmathpodcast to learn neural networks, everyday physics, computer science fundamentals, the joy of problem solving, and many related topics in science, technology, engineering, and math. Mathematics takes inspiration from all forms with which life interacts. Perhaps that is why, recently, mathematics has taken ins ...…
 
Procedural fluency is more than knowing facts and performing algorithms well! Recent research provides excellent insights into what we can do in our teaching to build procedural fluency (and conceptual understanding). This hour will focus on these instructional strategies, tools, and ideas. Watch the full presentation at: https://www.bigmarker. ...…
 
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Global Math Department Podcast
 
We need to do more than normalize errors in our classrooms–we need to leverage them! Examine ways to capitalize on student mistakes to drive instruction, deepen homework and frame quizzes/tests as assessments of and as learning, leading to greater student agency and lower risk aversion. Watch the full presentation at: https://www.bigmarker.com/ ...…
 
On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, I spoke to Professors Robert and Elizabeth Bjork. Robert Bjork is Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles. Robert’s research focuses on human learning and memory and on the implications of the science of learning for instruction ...…
 
Animation propels mathematical discourse. The simple concept of visual change invites wonder and provides ample space for multiple perspectives. Animated illustrations also provide a clear, common context for discourse. This session of the Global Math Department will feature a wide range of animated questions which will offer insights to viewer ...…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
Frank Salas is an statistical exception, but far from an irreplicable result. Busted on the streets of Albuquerque for selling crack cocaine at 17, an age where many of us are busy honing the skills that we've chosen to master, and promply incarcerated in one of the myriad concrete boxes that comprise the United States penal system. There, he s ...…
 
Buckminster Fuller's first four-dimensional house. (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Two friends Kiley Roberson & Nicole Roth chat about their STEM influences, programming, being a woman in a STEM class, representation, their futures, confidence, and more! This podcast is part of Damien Adams' series Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist.
 
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Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist
 
Nicole Roth gives a biography on Evelyn Granville, a 20th century mathematician who became the second African-American woman to receive a Ph.D. in Mathematics in the United States. This podcast is part of Damien Adams' series Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist.
 
Mandy Jansen and Dawn Berk from the University of Delaware discuss their article, "Investigating alignment between elementary mathematics teacher education and graduates' teaching of mathematics for conceptual understanding," from Harvard Educational Review. Co-author: Erin Meikle. Mandy's Professional Webpage Dawn's Professional Webpage See th ...…
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
In a universe where everything is representable by information, what does it mean to interact with that world? When you follow a series of steps to accomplish a goal, what you're doing is taking part in a mathematical tradition as old as math itself: algorithms. From time immemorial, we've accelerated the growth of this means of transformation, ...…
 
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Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist
 
Kiley Roberson gives a biography on the 18th century French mathematician Sophie Germain. Sophie is one of the first mathematicians to make significant progress on proving Fermat's Last Theorem, as well as making several contributions all over mathematics, physics, and philosophy. This podcast is part of Damien Adams' series Women in Math: The ...…
 
Rachel White gives a biography on both Alicia Boole Stott and Mary Everest Boole, a mother & daughter from the 19th century. Alicia is the daughter of Mary Everest Boole and George Boole and developed polytopes which are a huge area of study today! Mary is an esteemed mathematician on her own with a number of interesting hobbies that Rachel spe ...…
 
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