Tag Archives: Children

The Cost of a Post-Doc…

Turns out my choice to move away from academics and into Industry may have netted me the cost of my first born child… here’s an article that explains why. Continue reading

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Math first in Pre-K?

NPR produced a short segment last week on a study that is happening now which compares standard pre-school learning with pre-school focused on mathematics. They found that the average student spends 58 seconds out of a 5 hour pre-school day on … Continue reading

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7 Board Games That Teach Math Skills (and are actually FUN)!

Recently I had the pleasure of putting together an article titled, “7 Board Games That Teach Math Skills (and are actually FUN!)”, about mathematical games for the awesome folks at Engaged Family Gaming. The article went live today and you … Continue reading

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