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Best Math podcasts — Tutoring, analysis, and latest findings (Updated October 2019; 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
 
A series of talks and lectures from Oxford Mathematicians exploring the power and beauty of their subject. These talks would appeal to anyone interested in mathematics and its ever-growing range of applications from medicine to economics and beyond.
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
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Breaking Math is a podcast that aims to make math accessible to everyone, and make it enjoyable. Every other week, topics such as chaos theory, forbidden formulas, and more will be covered in detail. If you have 45 or so minutes to spare, you're almost guaranteed to learn something new! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/breakingmathpodcast/support
 
Interviews with people who love numbers and mathematics. Hosted by Brady Haran, maker of the Numberphile series on YouTube.
 
This podcast is an effort to promote visibility of women in mathematics. Inspired by the fact that women are vast minority in higher mathematics, Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist serves to increase enrollment and participation of women in mathematics and STEM courses.
 
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Girls Talk Math
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Girls Talk Math is a free math day camp for high school girls in the Research Triangle area (NC) hosted by the Mathematics Department of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Campers complete challenging problem sets in areas of mathematics that go beyond the high school curriculum, research the lives of female mathematicians, and share what they learned through blog posts and podcasts. Starting in 2018, Girls Talk Math has a sister chapter at the University of Maryland.
 
Interviews with people who love numbers and mathematics. Hosted by Brady Haran, maker of the Numberphile series on YouTube.
 
A mathematics podcast from ACMEScience featuring the best math stories from the world of maths
 
The American Mathematical Society's 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.
 
The blog of Craig Barton @mrbartonmaths
 
Join us as we spend each episode talking with a mathematical professional about their favorite result. And since the best things in life come in pairs, find out what our guest thinks pairs best with their theorem.
 
This podcast explores mathematics, mathematical philosophy and how that relates to the real world and our lives through the history of math. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mathematically-speaking/support
 
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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.
 
Wondering how to create a classroom culture where students don't want to stop exploring mathematics when the bell rings? Kyle Pearce from TapIntoTeenMinds.com and Jon Orr from MrOrr-IsAGeek.com team up to uncover how we can Make Math Moments That Matter for every student in the math classroom from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Discover how you can build easy to plan and fun to deliver math lessons that kids will not only love, but also learn from using the Making Math Moments That Matter 3- ...
 
The Global Math Department is a group of math educators sharing what they’ve learned. Professional development among colleagues who are also friends. Fun, immediately useful and interesting! We host a webinar each Tuesday evening at 9pm ET and post a podcasts of the presentations here. For more information or full video recordings, visit bigmarker.com/globalmathdept.
 
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Maths Appeal
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Bobby Seagull and Susan Okereke are two maths fans on a mission to make maths more accessible to everyone! The Maths Appeal podcast features discussions about key maths topics, maths puzzles and interviews with maths champions from the worlds of tech, entertainment, comedy and education.Maths Appeal is an independent project created by Bobby Seagull, Susan Okereke and producer Jenny Nelson. The music is written and performed by Kele Okereke and the logo design is by Calixte Davis.
 
History of mathematics research with iconoclastic madcap twists
 
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Today on this Math Mentoring Episode we speak with Laura Tomas from Palm Beach county in Florida. Laura ‘s been teaching for 27 years and she’s an instructional coach for her school. Laura chats with us today about how we can spark the love of learning in our fellow teachers and colleagues. Stick around while we talk about how being vulnerable ...…
 
On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast I spoke to Julia Smith. Julia is a former maths teacher who now works as a teacher trainer. She is also an author and – as we will see – she is a GCSE Maths resit specialist and the 5Rs Project Lead. Now, let me say this right from the start – I have taught Maths GCSE resit woefully for many, many ...…
 
Kevin Knudson: Welcome to My Favorite Theorem, a podcast about mathematics and all kinds of crazy stuff, and I have no idea what it's going to be today. It is a tale of two very different weather formats today. So I am Kevin Knudson, professor of mathematics at the University of Florida. Here's your other host. Evelyn Lamb: Hi, I'm Evelyn Lamb. ...…
 
Today we bring back one of our very first guests: James Tanton back on the show! We love talking to James because he is so passionate about the discipline of mathematics and he has some exciting, timely news to share! We chatted with James way back in episode #6 where we discussed his math background, his memorable math moment and his passionat ...…
 
One this episode we continue our journey into Ancient Mesopotamia and see what more mathematical knowledge that they had. We will discuss the basics of arithmetic, some of the earliest algorithms and maybe even get to the earliest notion of infinity. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm ...…
 
For this episode of Relatively Prime Samuel decided that instead of speaking to a guest they would instead talk about the research they are conducting now that they are a Mathematics & Statistics Librarian. This research looks into how the citations of mathematical publications age over time, and its discussion includes a first for Relatively P ...…
 
Today we speak with the recovering traditionalist Christina Tondevold. Christina previously taught mathematics traditionally much like we did and Now she gets to work with teachers in developing students’ mathematical understandings in ways that are not limited by the traditional ways of doing and teaching mathematics through her site BuildMath ...…
 
On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast I spoke to Zeek Sweiry. Something a bit different this episode. As some of you may be aware, last year I was lucky enough to host the Inside Exams podcast, where I went behind the scenes of AQA to find out how they write exams, set grade boundaries, standardise, deal with social media, and much mor ...…
 
On this problem episode, join Sofía and guest Diane Baca to learn about what an early attempt to formalize the natural numbers has to say about whether or not m+n equals n+m. This episode is distributed under a CC BY-SA 4.0 license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/) --- This episode is sponsored by · Techathlon Podcast: The Techa ...…
 
Fumie Tazaki talks about creating the first image of a black hole and its shadow, which relied on Fourier transforms. About the work to make the image, she says, "Our collaboration has 200 members and we did it with all of our efforts."By American Mathematical Society.
 
Hany Farid talks about fighting fake videos: "Mathematically, there's a lot of linear algebra, multivariate calculus, probability and statistics, and then a lot of techniques from pattern recognition, signal processing, and image processing."By American Mathematical Society.
 
Rob Schneiderman talks about the metaphorical connections between math and musicBy American Mathematical Society.
 
Today we speak with the author of The Missing Voices in Edtech: Bringing Diversity into Edtech. Rafranz Davis. Rafranz is an instructional technologist and national speaker that uses her voice to challenge those in education communities on topics of edtech, equity, and diversity in education. In this episode we speak with Rafranz on what experi ...…
 
Was Galileo “the father of modern science” because he was the first to unite mathematics and physics? Or the first to base science on data and experiments? No. Galileo was not the first to do any of these things, despite often being erroneously credited with these innovations. Transcript Galileo is “the father of modern science,” people would h ...…
 
Selections from ZDM Mathematics Education 51(3) Identity in Mathematics Education (02:38) Mellony Graven & Einat Heyd-Metzuyanim—Mathematics identity research: The state of the art and future directions (06:50) Olga O. Fellus—Connecting the dots: Toward a networked framework to conceptualizing identity in mathematics education (12:21) Maisie L. ...…
 
This week Michael Rubin from our Math Mentoring Moment Episode #40 is back to continue the conversation from proceeding vs. pivoting to organizing his course content. Yes, this episode packs in a great conversation about Spiralling your math standards WITHOUT spiralling out of control. If you haven’t yet listened to episode #40, be sure to STOP ...…
 
On this episode of the podcast we begin our journey into ancient Mesopotamia and see what the earliest human settlements knew. We give them credit for knowledge that is beyond most of us today and maybe their knowledge can give us insight into the nature of mathematics itself. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a ...…
 
*** This episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast is kindly sponsored by White Rose Maths To find out more about their new purposeful practice worksheets and their online CPD opportunities, just visit: whiterosemaths.com *** On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast I spoke to Rob Eastaway. I have been aware of Rob’s work ever since I starte ...…
 
Evelyn Lamb: Hello, and welcome to My Favorite Theorem, a math podcasts where there's no quiz at the end. I’m coming up with a new tagline for it. Kevin Knudson: Good. EL: I just thought I'd throw that in. Yeah, so I'm one of your hosts, Evelyn Lamb. I'm a freelance math and science writer from Salt Lake City—or in Salt Lake City, Utah, not ori ...…
 
In this episode we speak to Chrissy Newell, a math projects coordinator from California who has been leading the #MathGals movement. We chat with Chrissy about how we can raise awareness to underrepresented women in the field of mathematics and also what we can do to empower girls in math class so they can thrive while they have a sense of belo ...…
 
Learn about the life and work of Kristin Lauter as described by a group of high schoolers attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Alana Drumgold, Lauren Flowers, Emily Huang, Tamarr Moore, and Ashleigh Sico.Check out the corresponding blog post about the Elliptic Curve Cryptography problem set t ...…
 
Learn about the life and work of Ganga Shrestha as described by a group of high schoolers attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Jillian Byrnes, La’Ziyah Henry, Delphine Liu, Sophie Ussery, and Elizabeth Whetzel.Check out the corresponding blog post about the Mathematical Epidemiology problem s ...…
 
Learn about the life and work of Estratia Kalfagianni as described by a group of high schoolers attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Erin Gottschalk, Simon Johnson, Meghan, and Elizabeth Nguyen.Check out the corresponding blog post about the Knot Theory problem set these campers solved at htt ...…
 
Learn about the life and work of Isabel Selgado Labouriau as described by a group of high schoolers attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Kayla Aguilar, Maris James, and Aynsley Szczesniak.Check out the corresponding blog post about the Network Science problem set these campers solved at https ...…
 
Learn about the life and work of Mary Kenneth Keller as described by a group of high schoolers attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Alysia Davis, Alyssa Drumgold, Pascale Gomez, Delaney Washington, and Auden Wolfe.Check out the corresponding blog post about the Number Systems problem set thes ...…
 
Learn about the life and work of Mary Fairfax Somerville as described by a group of high schoolers attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Nya Batson, Monique Dacanay, Emily Gao, and Staci Tranquille.Check out the corresponding blog post about the Quantum Mechanics problem set these campers solv ...…
 
Learn about the life and work of Caroline Wong as described by a group of high schoolers attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Lily Taylor, Zoe Tobien, Tehya Weaver, and Tayloir Wiley.Check out the corresponding blog post about the RSA Encryption Cryptography problem set these campers solved a ...…
 
Learn about the life and work of Fatma Moalla as described by a group of high schoolers attending the camp Girls Talk Math at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. By Camille Clark, Layke Jones, Aekta Kallepalli, Maya Mukerjee, and Caroline Zhou.Check out the corresponding blog post about the Classification of Surfaces problem set th ...…
 
This week we speak with Michael Rubin, a Math Moment Maker who has been diving into a TON of Math Professional Learning over the past year as he gears up to make a return to the math classroom. Join in on the conversation as Michael shares his recent successes learning from the many math educators sharing online, our weekly tasks/tips/tools wee ...…
 
On This episode of the show, we look at what it means when I say a counting system, and the potential connection between arithmetic and geometry. And We refer back to last episode as potential evidence for Women being the first mathematicians. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- ...…
 
*** This episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast is kindly sponsored by TES You can find the 2019 TES Back to School Collection here And access 1000s of top-quality resources all year round here *** On this episode of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast I spoke to Bradley Busch and Edward Watson. One of the perks of my job is I get sent lots of lovely f ...…
 
On this month’s episode of Relatively Prime Samuel Hansen speaks with Professor Mike Spivey from University of Puget Sound about his interactive fiction game A Beauty Cold and Austere. They discuss how interactive fiction and mathematics work together, some of the mathematical puzzles in the game, and just what easter eggs might be hiding withi ...…
 
We are excited to bring you this episode with Alice Aspinall, author of the children’s book Everyone Can learn Math. Alice is a high school math teacher here in the Windsor Ontario area. We chat with Alice about how her book is helping families change the way they talk about math at home. Why you should read Everyone Can Learn Math with your ki ...…
 
Steven Strogatz and Mary Bushman talk about math's role in controlling HIV and understanding malaria, respectively. Mary Bushman says, "It's really cool to try and use math to nail down some questions that have gone unanswered for a really long time."By American Mathematical Society.
 
Steven Strogatz and Mary Bushman talk about math's role in controlling HIV and understanding malaria, respectively. Mary Bushman says, "It's really cool to try and use math to nail down some questions that have gone unanswered for a really long time."By American Mathematical Society.
 
In this Math Mentoring Moment episode we speak with a year 1 (first grade) teacher Sierra Classen in her second year of teaching from Melbourne, Australia. Listen in as we work through this common struggle we have all faced - either currently or in the past - related to students hyper focusing on answer getting over process. You’ll Learn: Strat ...…
 
Statistics is a field that is considered boring by a lot of people, including a huge amount of mathematicians. This may be because the history of statistics starts in a sort of humdrum way: collecting information on the population for use by the state. However, it has blossomed into a beautiful field with its fundamental roots in measure theory ...…
 
On this episode we start with our historical approach to mathematics where it all began, the calendar. I break down how it was made, why it was made, and some of the hidden mathematical secrets that it holds. Also find out which animals can count!!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/ap ...…
 
Galileo’s sentencing by the Inquisition was avoidable. The Church had no interest in prosecuting mathematical astronomers, but since Galileo had so little to contribute in that domain he foolishly got himself involved with Biblical interpretation. His scriptural interpretations not only got him into hot water: they are also scientifically unsou ...…
 
We speak with Neil Sloane - creator and keeper of the famed ‘On-line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences’. OEIS Sequences we featured from the OEIS included Fibonacci Numbers, A068679, Bell or exponential numbers, A000435 - The Genesis Sequence, Euler totient function, King Louis births, Recaman's sequence, Gijswijt's sequence, and Brady Numbers. ...…
 
We speak with Neil Sloane - creator and keeper of the famed ‘On-line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences’. OEIS Sequences we featured from the OEIS included Fibonacci Numbers, A068679, Bell or exponential numbers, A000435 - The Genesis Sequence, Euler totient function, King Louis births, Recaman's sequence, Gijswijt's sequence, and Brady Numbers. ...…
 
This week we speak with an Aussie John Rowe. John is a Math Coach from Adelaide Australia he’s put together a great resource for you on tasks for the math class and he’s also a Demsos wizard! Listen in as John shares his 5-day professional development plan for teachers, why he thinks Twitter is one of the most useful professional development so ...…
 
Kevin Knudson: 1-2-3 Kevin Knudson and Evelyn Lamb: Welcome to My Favorite Theorem! KK: Okay, good. EL: Yeah. [Theme music] KK: So we’re at the JMM. EL: Yeah, we’re here at the Joint Math Meetings. They’re in Baltimore this year. The last time I was at the Joint Meetings in Baltimore I got really sick, but so far I seem to not be sick. KK: That ...…
 
Summer vacation is soon coming to a close. If you’re like us, you've been thinking about that first day for that last week or so. You’ve prepared activities, organized classrooms, laminated everything you can get our hands on, and scrounged the internet for the best deal on dry-erase markers. School is back in and we want to dedicate this episo ...…
 
We've been doing this show for a while, and we thought it'd be fun to put out our first forty intros, especially since we passed 500,000 listens very recently. License: CC BY-SA 4.0 (creativecommons.org for more info) --- This episode is sponsored by · Techathlon Podcast: The Techathlon podcast is a weekly podcast that catches you up on the lat ...…
 
I give a brief overview into what we will be looking at in season one of the show, and how we will begin our historical approach to mathematics. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mathematically-speaking/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mathematically-speaking/support
 
This episode is a bit of a blast from the past. Samuel has recently been going back through some of the old episodes from season 1 and while there were listening to The Score they realized that while the story about Robert Schneider and the non-Pythagorean scale was great it barely scratched the surface of amazing things Robert talked about in ...…
 
Children who are being taught mathematics often balk at the idea of negative numbers, thinking them to be fictional entities, and often only learn later that they are useful for expressing opposite extremes of things, such as considering a debt an amount of money with a negative sum. Similarly, students of mathematics often are puzzled by the i ...…
 
Nerida Ellerton and Ken Clements from Illinois State University discuss their careers in mathematics education and their research on the history of school mathematics. Nerida's Professional Webpage Ken's AMSI Webpage Complete list of episodes
 
This week we speak with John Hattie, a co-author of the Visible Learning Book series which has been a foundation for effective teaching practice and change for so many districts across the world. We chat with John about the research into good learning strategies, how he conducted his research and how he uses effect size to compare teaching & le ...…
 
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