High school talk on “Can math be interesting?”

September 3, 2019 by Vishnupriya

12th February 2019: A talk titled “Can math be interesting?” was delivered at Vivekananda International School (Belpahar, India) and Belpahar English Medium School (Belpahar, India). The aim of the talk was to show students of grade 9 how math could be made fun and interesting. Some topics that were discussed were mathematics of tessellations and applications of simultaneously solving linear equations.

Post written by Vishnupriya

Vishnupriya Anupindi (Vishnu) is a PhD student of mathematics at RICAM, Linz (Austria). She holds a master's degree with a specialization in number theory from TU Kaiserslautern, Germany. She is very enthusiastic about teaching and science communication. She aspires to become a teacher who is passionate about her subject, interactive with the class and can take her students on a journey through the subject so that the questions addressed arise naturally. Apart from mathematics, she enjoys singing, star gazing, dancing and cooking. Email: vishnupriya@amicablescientists.org


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