Justin Lanier here. I work at the Princeton Learning Cooperative, helping young people to self-direct their own lives and learning without school. This is my second year at PLC.
This is my tenth year of classroom teaching. I previously taught middle and high school math at Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn, NY.
I write Math Munch with Paul and Anna.
Most days, I do some math—either reading a book, planning a class, working on a problem, or having a conversation. Doing mathematics and sharing it with others is a big part of how I think about myself. I blog about my experiences of helping other people to also say, at least sometimes, “I choose math.”
Hey Justin. Ran across an article in WebMDBaby about Danica McKellar’s best-selling books: Math Doesn’t Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math Without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail; Kiss My Math: Showing Pre-Algebra Who’s Boss; Hot X: Algebra Exposed
Hi Uncle Tommy,
What did the article have to say about them?
Thanks for dropping by!
I told you today that I had math phobia, at the James A. Michener Museum. Maybe I don’t have any math phobia anymore now that I know you exist.
Hi James! It was great to meet you. I hope you’ll grow to have a better relationship with math, and I’m happy if I can help!