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Math, Electricity, & the Creator

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I’m excited to have just finished the draft of a full-color, 8.5 in by 14 in by 15 ft math timeline, on which students will be able to watch math in action throughout history—and see how math points us to the Creator in the process. Below is a sneak peek into just a few of…

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Math Podcast: Teaching Math to Help Students See God & Develop Life Skills

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I hope you enjoy this short interview I had on the Master Books Podcast titled “Teaching Math to Help Students See God & Develop Life Skills.” I had fun discussing Revealing Arithmetic and Principles of Mathematics, as well as sharing about the biblical worldview in math. Check out all the show notes on the Master…

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Don’t Lose Sight of Math’s Usefulness

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It’s easy in anything we do to forget why we’re doing it. In math especially, it can be easy for students to lose sight of why they’re learning what they’re learning. As you head back to school this fall, remember to keep bringing math out of a textbook and showing its usefulness. Below are a…

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New Algebra 1 eCourse

Algebra 1 eCourse

I’m excited to have just finished an eCourse to go alongside Jacob’s Elementary Algebra! The course, which is now available as part of the Master Book’s Academy, brings in the biblical worldview of math, presents the concepts, walks through examples, and more, offering an easy transition from Principles into high school math. Learn more and…

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Math eCourse Coming Soon

Principles of Mathematics eCourse

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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Math Curriculum Has Arrived

Math Curriculum Arrives

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 Here! New Biblical Math Curriculum – Plus Video and Upcoming Events

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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Silos, Snow, & Math Curriculum Sale

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!” Credit: http://www.goodfreephotos.com Or when digging out your car from a snowstorm causes you to wonder at the thousands upon thousands…

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