By Ellen Greenberg Four years ago, I created a Twitter account for personal and professional development. It was an entry point for my curiosity in the digital world. I have been teaching mathematics and statistics for more than 20 years after a 6-year career as a computer programming. I found Twitter to be an easy… Read More
The Telegraph is the official teaching and learning e-journal of the Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science Department at Phillips Academy in Andover.
Publications are listed in reverse chronological order.
- Angular Speed vs Linear Speed
- In Defense of High Stakes
- Announcing the 2019 MOAA (Math Open At Andover)
- Susan Lee ’19 Takes First Place Award in ASA National Data Visualization Poster Competition
- ARML 2019
- Unused Business Cards Become Menger Sponges
- 2019 Math Dept Award Winners
- Alumni Reflections on Their Andover Math Experiences
- A Tribe Called Yes
- MTLI 2019 is on July 24th.
See this fun video of Chloe Epstein’s class demonstrating the difference between Angular Speed and Linear Speed.
In setting students up for success beyond school, is there merit to high-stakes forms of assessment? Read this post by Nick Zufelt, Instructor in Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science and Tang Fellow for the Tang Institute’s blog.
For the second year, our Math Club and Math Team students will host a middle school math competition on campus on Saturday, October 12, 2019. The event is called the Math Open At Andover (MOAA). Please visit the link below for more details. https://www.andovermathopen.com/ There were more than 100 competitors registered for this event last… Read More