Best Math podcasts — Tutoring, analysis, and latest findings (Updated June 2017; image)
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Math Ed Podcast
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Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.www.mathedpodcast.comProduced by Fibre Studios
 
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The Type Theory Podcast
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A podcast about type theory
 
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Math Mutation
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Welcome to Math Mutation, a podcast for people of all ages where we discuss fun, interesting, or just plain weird corners of mathematics that you would not have heard in school.(Feedback email erik@mathmutation.com).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
The American Mathematical Societys Mathematical Moments program promotes appreciation and understanding of the role mathematics plays in science, nature, technology, and human culture. Listen to researchers talk about how they use math: from presenting realistic animation to beating cancer.
 
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The Other Half
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An exploration of the life half of math and the math half of life.
 
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Buckminster Fuller's first four-dimensional house. (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Mandy Jansen and Dawn Berk from the University of Delaware discuss their article, "Investigating alignment between elementary mathematics teacher education and graduates' teaching of mathematics for conceptual understanding," from Harvard Educational Review. Co-author: Erin Meikle. Mandy's Professional Webpage Dawn's Professional Webpage See th ...…
 
Susan Friel from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill discusses her career in mathematics and statistics education, her work on Connected Mathematics, and her part in the NCTM (1991) Professional Standards for Teaching. Susan's Professional Webpage Connected Mathematics middle school curriculum See the comments for references mention ...…
 
Should professors assign famous unsolved problems as homework? (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Jim Papadopoulos, Northeastern University Description: Jim Papadopoulos talks about his years of research analyzing bicycles.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researchers: Eleanor Jenkins, Clemson University and Kathleen (Fowler) Kavanagh, Clarkson University. Lea Jenkins and Katie Kavanagh talk about their work making farming more efficient while using water wisely.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
Paul Cobb from Vanderbilt University received the 2016 Distinguished Scholar Award from the AERA Special Interest Group on Research in Mathematics Education. This special episode features the remarks he made at the SIG-RME business meeting in San Antonio, TX, on April 28, 2017. Thanks go to Janine Remillard for capturing the audio of this prese ...…
 
Eliz Fennema, emeritus professor from the University of Wisconsin, discusses her career in mathematics education, her research on gender-differences in mathematics, and her role on the Cognitively Guided Instruction project. Guest host: Susan Empson See the comments for references mentioned during the interview Complete list of past episodes…
 
Denise Spangler from the University of Georgia discusses the forthcoming chapter, "Research on core practices in K-12 mathematics teaching" (co-author: Victoria Jacobs), appearing in the Compendium of Research in Mathematics Education (NCTM). Denise's Professional Webpage Core Practice Consortium Table of Contents for the COMPENDIUM See the com ...…
 
If you test a conjecture with values up to 60 digits, can you assume it will be true forever? (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Chuck Munter from the University of Missouri discusses his article, "Examining relations between mathematics teachers' instructional vision and knowledge and change in practice," [FREE PDF] published in the American Journal of Education, Volume 123. (Co-author: Richard Correnti) Chuck's Professional Webpage MIST Project Website Complete list of ...…
 
Transportation matters. When people need to get places, but don’t have a good way to do so, it’s more than just a drag for them – it’s also a drag for the economy. Americans are living increasingly far from their places of employment, which knocks walking or biking out of the way for many. And not everyone has a car to get themselves from place ...…
 
Exploring the "Collatz Conjecture", which is simple enough to explain to a child, but has yet to be proven. (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Gulliver's lesser known voyage to Laputa, which satirized out-of-touch mathematicians. (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Luis Leyva from Vanderbilt University discusses his article, "An intersectional analysis of Latin@ college women's counter-stories in mathematics," published in the Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, Volume 9. http://ed-osprey.gsu.edu/ojs/index.php/JUME/article/view/295/201 Luis's professional webpage Note: Drawing on Gutiérrez (2013), the ...…
 
If a friend wants to meet "a year from Monday", when exactly is that? (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Megan Taylor from Trellis Education (http://www.trelliseducation.org/) discusses her article, "From effective curricula toward effective curriculum use," published in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Volume 47. See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.
 
Kimberly Cervello Rogers from Bowling Green State University discusses the article, "Graduate teaching assistants' enactment of reasoning-and-proving tasks in a content course for elementary teachers," published in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Volume 47. (Co-author: Michael Steele) Kim's Professional Website See the commen ...…
 
We know that The Weather is the most basic, most mundane small talk topic in, you know, the world. We understand that The Weather is just boring to discuss. Except when it isn’t. Join us in this episode as we discuss the fascinating, and varied, uses of math in weather predictions, from model-building to handling competing forecasts. We speak w ...…
 
Episode 6: Aaron Stump on Cedille
 
How stochastic computing cleverly utilizes the laws of probability. (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Julie Nurnberger-Haag from Kent State University discusses her article, "A cautionary tale: How children's books (mis)teach shapes," published in Early Education and Development. Julie's Professional Webpage Article: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10409289.2016.1242993 Episode 1509 on Julie's number book study See comments for refe ...…
 
This special episode features a panel of scholars from the Argumentation, Justification, and Proof working group at the PMENA conference in Tucson, AZ. Featured are Eric Knuth from the University of Wisconsin, Orit Zaslavsky from New York University, and David Yopp from the University of Idaho. 2016 Conference Paper (via ResearchGate) 2016 Whit ...…
 
Dave Coffey and John Golden from Grand Valley State University discuss their scholarly use of blogs, Twitter, and YouTube in their thinking about mathematics education and teacher preparation. Dave's deltascape blog John's mathhombre blog #MTBoS (Math Twitter Blogosphere) See the comments for references mentioned during the episode.…
 
Did the Third Pound Burger fail because people thought it was too small? (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Katy Ulrich from Virginia Tech University discusses her two-part article series called "Stages in constructing and coordinating units additively and multiplicatively," published in For the Learning of Mathematics. Part 1 and Part 2 Katy's Professional Webpage See the comments for references mentioned during the interview…
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Daniel Rothman, MIT. Dan Rothman talks about how math helped understand a mass extinction.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Daniel Rothman, MIT. Dan Rothman talks about how math helped understand a mass extinction.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Hamsa Balakrishnan, MIT. Hamsa Balakrishnan talks about her work to shorten airport runway queues.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Annalisa Crannell, Franklin & Marshall College. Annalisa Crannell on perspective in art.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: John A. Adam, Old Dominion University. John A. Adam explains the math and physics behind rainbows.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researchers: Eleanor Jenkins, Clemson University, and Katie Kavanagh, Clarkson University. Eleanor Jenkins and Katie Kavanagh talk about their interdisciplinary team's work helping farmers.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
Lyn English from Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia, discusses her career in mathematics education, her editorship of Mathematical Thinking and Learning, and current issues related to STEM education. Lyn's professional website See the comments for references mentioned during the interview…
 
Harness the power of your "R-mode" for problem solving. (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
This episode focuses on two chapters from the the forthcoming book Psychometric Models in Mathematics Education (listen to Episode 1611 for details). First, Nicki Kersting from the University of Arizona discusses "Examining and understanding dimensionality in the context of instrument development." Second, Erik Jacobson from Indiana University ...…
 
Mimi Engel from Vanderbilt University discusses the article, "Mathematics content coverage and student learning in kindergarten," published in Educational Researcher, Volume 45. (Co-authors: Claessens, Watts, and Farkas) Mimi's Professional Website National Center for Educational Statistics See the comments for references mentioned during the i ...…
 
Are abstract expressionist paintings really fractals? (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Michael de Villiers speaks with guest host, Michelle Cirillo, about his career in mathematics education. Dr. de Villiers is an emeritus professor from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa and an honorary professor at the University of Stellenbosch. Michael's Dynamic Math Website Michael's Professional Webpage Proof with Dynamic Geome ...…
 
Andrew Izsák from the University of Georgia and Jonathan Templin from the University of Kansas discuss their forthcoming edited volume on psychometric models in mathematics education and also their chapter entitled, "Coordinating conceptualizations of mathematical knowledge with psychometric models." The book will be published this fall by the ...…
 
Greg Larnell from the University of Illinois at Chicago discusses his article, "More than just skill: Mathematics identities, racialized narratives, and remediation among black undergraduates" (free PDF available), published in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Volume 47. Greg's Professional Webpage See the comments for referen ...…
 
Are modern physicists just playing a "glass bead game"? (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By erik@mathmutation.com.
 
Sandy Fillebrown from Saint Joseph's University discusses the article, "Courses on the beauty of mathematics: Our version of general educatino mathematics courses," published in PRIMUS and written by Agnes Rash and Sandy. SJU General Education Sandy's Professional Webpage
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Andrew Beveridge, Macalester College Moment Title: Dis-playing the Game of Thrones Description: Andrew Beveridge uses math to analyze Game of Thrones.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Andrew Beveridge, Macalester College Moment Title: Dis-playing the Game of Thrones Description: Andrew Beveridge uses math to analyze Game of Thrones.By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Thomas Snitch, University of Maryland Description: Thomas Snitch talks about nabbing poachers with math. Audio files: podcast-mom-poaching-1.mp3 and podcast-mom-poaching-2.mp3By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
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Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society
 
Researcher: Thomas Snitch, University of Maryland Description: Thomas Snitch talks about nabbing poachers with math. Audio files: podcast-mom-poaching-1.mp3 and podcast-mom-poaching-2.mp3By paoffice@ams.org (The AMS Public Awareness Office).
 
Erin Turner from the University of Arizona discusses the article, "Learning to leverage children's multiple mathematical knowledge bases in mathematics instruction," to be published in the Journal of Urban Mathematics Education. Co-authors: Foote, Stoehr, Roth McDuffie, Aguirre, Bartell, Drake Erin's Professional Website TEACH MATH Project Webs ...…
 
Are the "Cognitive Biases" reallly flaws in the human mind? (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By eseligma@aracnet.com.
 
Tom Carpenter, emeritus professor from the University of Wisconsin and NCTM Lifetime Achievement Award winner, discusses his career in mathematics education. Wisconsin Faculty Page Brief Biography from NCTM See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.
 
John Cage's music and the mathematics of the I Ching. (Send feeback to erik@mathmutation.com)By eseligma@aracnet.com.
 
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