Global Math Week Oct 10-17

Share the Joy! Celebrate Math!

• Curriculum Relevant
• K-12 Mathematics
• Free Access for All

Teachers and students routinely call our material “mind blowing.”

Transform how students perceive mathematics.

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Who We Are

Over 20,000 teachers have used our exemplar curriculum to bring math joy to over 5 million students across the planet.

Are you struggling to find time to fit in joyful math experiences?

Are you tired of scouring the web for great math activities?

The Global Math Project team understands the frustrations teachers feel and that is why we created transformative content you can use for free.

Exploding Dots has changed my fifth-grade class forever!

– Jo Anna F.

Hands up in the air in triumph! Decades of believing I couldn’t do math – poof! Exploded.

– Jennifer K.

Exploding Dots blew my kids’ minds! So much so they wanted to miss PE to continue with math!

– Nicholas J.

Our Mission

Our Mission

The Global Math Project is a worldwide movement committed to inspiring educators everywhere to ignite and sustain in their students a love for learning mathematics.

Our Story

Our Story

Read about the story and history of the Global Math Project.

Our Vision

Our Vision

To cultivate a world united through the joyful learning of mathematics.

Our Founders

Brianna Donaldson

Brianna Donaldson

American Institute of Mathematics

As Director of Special Projects at the American Institute of Mathematics, Brianna Donaldson works to broaden participation in mathematics and encourage collaboration. She holds a PhD in cognitive psychology from Indiana University.

Cindy Lawrence

Cindy Lawrence

National Museum of Mathematics

Cindy Lawrence is a lifelong mathematics enthusiast who currently serves as Executive Director of the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath), America’s only museum of mathematics. She works to change public perceptions of mathematics and to improve the way youth are educated in mathematics.

Derarca Lynch

Derarca Lynch

NYU Abu Dhabi

Derarca Lynch has taught mathematics in International Baccalaureate programs around the world for the last 10 years. She holds a MSc in mathematics and is passionate about teaching and her research on effective strategies in the mathematics classroom.

James Tanton

James Tanton

Mathematical Association of America

Believing that mathematics really is accessible to all, James Tanton (PhD, Mathematics, Princeton 1994) is committed to sharing the delight and the beauty of the subject. James currently serves as the Mathematician-at-Large for the Mathematical Association of America. He is in demand all over the world for his teacher and student workshops.

Jill Diniz

Jill Diniz

Great Minds

Jill Diniz is an ardent advocate of human progress. She currently serves as Director of Mathematics Curriculum at Great Minds. She enjoys working with students of all ages to connect them with the joy and relevance of math.

Raj Shah

Raj Shah

Math Plus Academy

After earning his PhD in physics, Raj Shah worked at Intel for 9 years. He left the corporate world to found Math Plus Academy, a center that spreads the love of mathematics by encouraging kids to engage in creative problem solving and constructive play.

Travis Sperry

Travis Sperry

CoverMyMeds

Travis Sperry earned a B.S. in Mathematics from Otterbein University in 2012. He is a Software Developer at CoverMyMeds. In a past life, he worked to create innovative ways to help teachers deliver amazing mathematics content and inspire students.

Our Partners

Thank you to the organizations that have chose to support the Global Math Project! If you are interested in supporting the Global Math Project please send an email to info@globalmathproject.org.

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