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I recently watched a video on New Year’s resolutions that got me. In the video, a little girl pointed out that if she wanted to ride a bike, it took more than a resolution. It took a willingness to fall and try again and again. That illustration seemed to capture very well the learning process. […]

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Well, it’s finally public: I’m working on an eCourse to go alongside Principles of Mathematics: Book 1. The eCourse will feature a short video to go with every lesson in the textbook. The videos will walk through the material covered in the curriculum, making it a perfect supplement for auditory or visual learners, or any […]

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The second book in Principles of Mathematics series is now complete! I’m super excited, not only because it is done, but also because it’s my hope that this material will help students see God’s handiwork in mathematics and realize to a deeper level what an amazing, faithful God we serve. Many students (myself included years […]

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It’s still hard for me to grasp the reality that it’s actually done. Writing this math curriculum has been an amazing journey, fraught with unexpected delays (such as a concussion that left me unable to work much on it for more than a year) and challenges. Yet as I look back, I see God’s provision […]

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You know you might be writing a math curriculum when the sight of silos out the window causes you to think to yourself, “Calculating the volume of a silo would be a great application problem!” Or when digging out your car from a snowstorm causes you to wonder at the thousands upon thousands of tiny […]

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For those of you who’ve been wondering where I’ve been…I’m still here! I’ve just been under tight deadlines to finish up a junior high math curriculum in order to have it available this spring. Master Books will be publishing the curriculum. I’d appreciate your prayers for the project, and I will try to post more […]

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For those of you wondering if I disappeared, I’m still here, and I am still actively looking at math. My math time has just been consumed with working on a middle-school math curriculum that will both firm up arithmetic/the foundations and give students a biblical worldview on geometry, algebra, and upper-level math. Yes, I said […]

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I’m embarking on a supplemental book for high school students on math. My brother, a computer engineer, has agreed to write it with me, and we’re excited about getting into it. But we could use help picking a title! Below are three titles we are considering. Could you tell me what each title “says” to […]

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Could you take a moment to take a look at this new proposed book cover for Beyond Numbers? I would greatly value your opinion. Here’s the current cover. And here’s the redesign we’re considering (note that the watermark in the background is just temporary). I’d really love to hear your thoughts about the proposed new […]

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