Global Math Week 2021 has come to an end ... but the Math Joy Continues!

See below for recordings from the week, plus ways to stay engaged all year long!

Exploding Dots is the world's favorite GMP topic!

Access videos, practice materials, and lessons plans above.

Or count classroom KAPOWs with BuzzMath's fabulous web app.

Student CODE-BREAKER Challenge is still going on!

Can you crack the mighty strange code to the right?

Prizes for the first and fiftieth persons to crack the code, plus three other randomly drawn winners once a fiftieth correct entry is in.

We already have winner. But the competition is still open for the fiftieth, plus three!

If you think you've cracked it, let us know here: info@globalmathproject.org.

We're giving away Exploding Dots t-shirts.

Global Math Week

Transform your Classroom: Professional Development

The story of place-value permeates the entire curriculum and underlies so many standards.

We offer a unique, experiential form of PD--enjoy us teaching classes for you and then digging into deep discussion about the math and pedagogy based on what you just witnessed.

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Global Math Week

RECORDINGS OF ALL THE TALKS AND LESSONS

Enjoy the lessons we offered during Global Math Week in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

And, enjoy all the GMP Ambassador talks as GMP friends share their joyous takes on math: Soccer and Maths, Dragon Curves, Mind-Bending Puzzles, and more!

Recordings

Make a MATH IS ___ Poster Fun and Video Contest!

Have you seen our MATH IS video? It gives us goosebumps of joy each and every time we view it.

Students, teachers, and enthusiasts everywhere have been making posters with the words "MATH IS" followed by their answer. Would you care to make a poster too and join the fun?

Take a photo of your poster - with nothing more than the poster showing - and send it our way. We'll happily then post it on social media for you.

Feel free to be mighty creative!

Further details can be found here

MORE!

Make a MATH IS__ video with your local community, and win classroom/club supplies.

Details here. SUBMIT YOUR IMAGE

A WEEK OF GMP MATH JOY TALKS

The Global Math Project teamed up with CYFEMAT to give live lessons on Exploding Dots in Spanish and Portuguese, along with James giving lessons in English.

And GMP Ambassadors signed up to share their exuberant joy for math too!

See recordings of the presentations below.

Sunday

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PATTERNS with James Tanton

What to do if you believe in them. What to do if you don't!

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Tom Rocks Maths!

Tom Crawford uses mathematics to analyse the perfect penalty kick!

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Lesson 1: Exploding Dots (Español)

Starting the Exploding Dots experience with Héctor Rosario.

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An Adventure into Number Searches

Michaela Epstein provides a powerful student experience for exploring creative mathematics.

Monday

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Lesson 2: Exploding Dots (Español)

Continuing the story with Rubén Martinez.

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Exploding Dots with James

Where to find them!

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Lesson 2: Exploding Dots (Español)

Continuing the story with Romina Busain.

Tuesday

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Lesson 3: Exploding Dots (Portugués)

The fun continues on with Paulo Rodrigues!

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Lesson 3: Exploding Dots (Español)

The fun continues on with Marcos Chacón!

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Exploding Dots with James: Lesson 2

He remembered to hit record this time!

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Fun with Pythagorean Triples

Master math expositor David Poras shares classroom magic on generating Pythagorean Triples.

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The Dragon Curve

The tops math educator and math author Alicia Burdess tells the story of the Dragon Curve.

Wednesday

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Lesson 4: Exploding Dots (Español)

Join Abdón Pari for the next part of the fabulous story!

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Sharing the Joy of Number Talks

Join math educator extraordinaire Alex Box in the lovely exploration of Number Talks.

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Exploding Dots with James: Lesson 3

Dots and Tods!

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Lesson 4: Exploding Dots (Español)

Join Bertha Ivonne Sánchez for the next part of the fabulous story!

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The Magic of a certain 4-by-4 Grid

Experience some mathematical magic with Dr. Raj Shah!

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Solving Problems in Real Time

It's the fabulous frog-jumping puzzle with Alicia Burdess.

Thursday

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Exploding Dots with James: Lesson 4

Mind-Blowing Division!

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Lesson 5: Exploding Dots (Español)

Playing with Division with Ramón Martinez.

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What is Math Joy?

Math educator and author Erik van Haren shares beautiful and wise thoughts on this topic!

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Lesson 5: Exploding Dots (Portugués)

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Friday

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Lesson 6: Exploding Dots (Español)

Julieta Parravicini expertly continues the math fun!

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The Classic Two-Coins Puzzle

Dr. Raj Shah--and the audience!--lead a discussion on a classic problem.

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Exploding Dots Lesson 5 with James

James finishes his whirl-wind tour of Exploding dots with base x and base one-and-a-half!

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Lesson 6: Exploding Dots (Español)

Greisy Winicki-Landman helps us discover decimals!

Saturday

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Lesson 7: Exploding Dots (Español)

From Base 10 to Base x with Leobardo Mendoza.

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Lesson 7: Exploding Dots (Español)

Claudia Lara and Sofia Gutiérrez take us from base 10 to base x in this story!

Sunday

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Math Through Games

Astounding Fibonacci surprises with Kiran Bacche.

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Lesson 8: Exploding Dots (Español)

Héctor Rosario takes us on a journey into irrational numbers.

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BONUS: Bringing Magical Circles to Life!

We're featuring a BONUS VIDEO with GMP math friend Chris Smith who appears in this fabulous animated math video!