Math MattersPodcasts

Episode 03. Traveling the Argand Plane with Cathy Williams

Katherine Cheng
June 13, 2022


In this episode, join your host Katherine Cheng and Cathy Williams, Co-Founder and Executive Director at YouCubed, as they travel along the Argand Plane. (Curious what that is? Listen to find out!)

"Look at student work. If their voice isn't there, it's not their mathematics. It needs to be their mathematics. We need to check in with their belonging and purpose."
- Cathy Williams

"In life, I'm settled on the Argand Plane. I used to think of life in only the 1st quadrant, but sometimes I find myself in the 2nd or 3rd."
- Cathy Williams

Cathy discusses learnings from neuroscience about how students' brains light up when they learn math visually, her research, "What Would the Nautulis Say? Unleashing Creativity in Mathematics!", and how she is building bridges to end divisiveness and heal the world by staying on the Argand Plane.

Add this link to your RSS feed to subscribe to future episodes of the Math Matters: https://anchor.fm/s/76506f74/podcast/rss

Join in the conversation on Twitter with:

@magmamath

@chaoskeeper11

@katherinechengx

@youcubed

@joboaler

#mathmatters


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Math MattersPodcasts

Episode 03. Traveling the Argand Plane with Cathy Williams

Katherine Cheng
Jun 13


In this episode, join your host Katherine Cheng and Cathy Williams, Co-Founder and Executive Director at YouCubed, as they travel along the Argand Plane. (Curious what that is? Listen to find out!)

"Look at student work. If their voice isn't there, it's not their mathematics. It needs to be their mathematics. We need to check in with their belonging and purpose."
- Cathy Williams

"In life, I'm settled on the Argand Plane. I used to think of life in only the 1st quadrant, but sometimes I find myself in the 2nd or 3rd."
- Cathy Williams

Cathy discusses learnings from neuroscience about how students' brains light up when they learn math visually, her research, "What Would the Nautulis Say? Unleashing Creativity in Mathematics!", and how she is building bridges to end divisiveness and heal the world by staying on the Argand Plane.

Add this link to your RSS feed to subscribe to future episodes of the Math Matters: https://anchor.fm/s/76506f74/podcast/rss

Join in the conversation on Twitter with:

@magmamath

@chaoskeeper11

@katherinechengx

@youcubed

@joboaler

#mathmatters


Please go to LinkedIn live to watch and listen to this podcast episode.

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