About

This is a blog authored by Mr. Chase, math teacher at Richard Montgomery High School, in Rockville MD. Posts are designed for the consumption of the internet math community, especially educators, and of course for RM students, especially those in my current classes. The content will often relate to what we’re doing in class, but not as a rule. It’s meant to be a place where we can enjoy mathematics in a fun and relaxed way.

10 thoughts on “About

  1. I love this site, especially the curiosity about math it reflects and the way it creates a sense of “math community.” Not to mention it’s a great teaching (and learning) tool. Muchos kudos!

  2. I was a math instructor at the University of the Philippines and I wandered into this blog because a former co-teacher follows it and shares it sometimes. Isn’t it funny that our problems, nuances and funny anecdotes about teaching and our students and our points of amazement about math span across the globe? :) I really like this. kudos!

  3. I have just spent the last hour reading through your blog and following links from your posts. What a great way to show students that curiousity with and enjoyment in math can happen outside of a classroom. I particularly enjoyed your rant about trapezoids…I had just engaged in a similar discussion yesterday. Thank you for sharing your passion…Well done!

  4. Dear Mr. Chase,
    I ran across your blog looking for connections to math and juggling. I thought you might be interested in the work of our math professor, Dominic Klyve, who recently published an article, “A Zeta Function of Juggling Sequences.” You can read the news release here: http://www.cwu.edu/~web/cwu_news/News.php?ArticleID=3027. Please let me know if you would like more information.

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