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Infinite Tangents Podcast
13 minutes | 7 years ago
Halloween Special: Welcome to Night Tangents
This podcast is purely fictional and any names, websites, or other nouns used in the podcast are meant solely for amusement. No copyright infringement on Welcome to Night Vale is intended.
49 minutes | 7 years ago
Episode 117: @lmhenry9, Part 2
Welcome to part 2 of my interview with @lmhenry9 where she shares some tales from TMC12, meeting tweeps, and discuss the changing landscape of teaching.
45 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 116: @lmhenry9, part 1
Listen in as Lisa takes us through her introduction to twitter, how teaching has changed for her over the years, and how this whole TMC thing got started.
49 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 115: @wahedahbug, part 2
Part 2 of my chat with @wahedahbug, a teacher from the small town of Hana, HI.
45 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 114: @wahedahbug, part 1
Hailing from the beautiful Hana, Hawaii, @wahedahbug shares her stories from life in a small town and how she is always striving to be a better teacher.
37 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 113: @maxmathforum, Part 2
Part 2 of my chat with Max Ray of The Math Forum.
41 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 112: @maxmathforum, part 1
This week we hear from Max Ray of The Math Forum about the identity of Dr. Math, pro-tips for teaching geometry, what is critical when giving written feedback, and what he does at The Math Forum.
44 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 111: Josh Giesbrecht
This conversation was kicked off after I read Josh's blogpost Why school itself undermines the message of lifelong learning. The subtext we send students daily in class through the format of how we teach and grade is something that's interested me since I started teaching. In Episode 111, Josh and I chat about some of our experiences and thoughts surrounding the messages we send our students and how life doesn't go downhill after high school.
36 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 110: @cheesemonkeysf, Part 2
Here is part two of my interview with @cheesemonkeysf where we talk about resourcefulness, those lightbulb moments, and cheesemonkeyef shows her English teacher side.
41 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 109: @cheesemonkeysf, Part 1
After a delightful lunch with Avery and Bree, today's guest and I sat down to chat about her history in the teaching world, some thoughts on teaching middle school, and musings about the twitterverse.
19 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 108: Desmos Trivia Night
Enjoy this Bonus Infinite Tangents episode recorded live at a trivia night hosted by Desmos and Mathalicious and MC'd by Dan Meyer at NCTM Denver.
23 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 107: Tips for Pre-Service Teachers Part 1, a Advice from a Principal
I sat down with a principal (fun fact: he was my principal!) to ask a few questions about interviewing, demo lessons, working with peers, and what advice he had for first year teachers.
12 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 106: DITLife
Check out the DITLife Tumblr and listen in on how you can submit your own teaching day for the podcast.
51 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 105: Without Geometry, Life is Pointless
After letting me crash at his place, Avery agreed to podcasting about his intro into teaching, some classroom projects and how is school is working on status issues. Links for today's episode can be found over at tangentspodcast.com
15 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 104: Illustrative Mathematics
This week we're taking a look at mathmistakes.org, One Good Thing, a feature on Illustrative Mathematics, and teacher responses ot the prompt: How do you spend your lunch? Don't forget to check out the blog (tangentspodcast.com) for links mentioned in today's podcast.
53 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 103: Tina Cardone
Episode 103 featuring the wonderful Tina Cardone of Drawing on Math. Don't forget to reply to her question in the comments on the blog (tangentspodcast.com) and to send in your response to this weeks' prompt.
17 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 102: GReader is Dead, Long Live RSS
Welcome to the second episode of the podcast! We're on Short Form this week which means there are multiple topics covered and you'll get to hear some responses to last week's prompt: How do you start your teaching day? Links from the Episode: Daily Desmos Global Math Department and Julie's Presentation on GDocs Readers: Feedly, Flipboard, Newsblur, Digg Prompt Responders: @fawnpnguyen, @wahedahbug, @samjshah, @johnberray, @sarcasymptote. If you are not following these folks on twitter, I highly recommend! Next week we'll be back to Long Form chatting with the delightful @crstn85 of Drawing on Math. Thanks for listening! To leave feedback for the podcast, head to tangentspodcast.wordpress.com and use the feedback option on the sidebar.
59 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 101: Mathy McMatherson
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4 minutes | 8 years ago
Episode 0: An Introduction
Hey, Everyone! Here is a short introduction to the podcast, its host, its goals, and how you can help. Cheers!
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