Episode 36 | 360 Degree Math Remix with Ed Campos
MTT036| 360 Degree Math Remix - Ed Campos Jr
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Looking to step up you game in the classroom? Turn your math class into a fun and engaging atmosphere where your students don’t feel like they are an island, but are in a community.
Ed Campos Jr. Ed currently works for Brown University as a Program Manager for the Brown Computer Science Department’s “Bootstrap” Computer Science curriculum that integrated CS into Core Content areas like Math, Science and Social Science. He also works as a Lead Learner for CUE and does professional development under his own Consulting, “Mathletic Performance.” He’s taught high school Math and Computer Science for over 14 years in the San Joaquin Valley and was instrumental in creating a model 21st century math learning space that allows his students to express themselves, present, and teach their peers in a multitude of ways. Ed was also named the Central Valley CUE Educator of the Year in 2014. He has a passion for travel, technology, and for empowering students and colleagues with the skills and knowledge that make the classroom more fun and effective because they deserve it.
Contact: Ed Campos Jr.
Twitter: @edcamposjr twitter
Facebook: Eddie Campos Jr.
Items mentioned in Episode 36:
360 Degree Math
3 Act Math
The Space: A Guide for Educators, by Robert Dillon and Rebecca Hare
Mathematical Mindsets, by Jo Boaler
Go Write whiteboards, bit.ly/GoWriteWB
www.geeo.org (global exploration for educators organization)
#VNPS - Vertical Non Permanent Surfaces
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