Thanks again for all your help in setting up our panel. Drew was hoping it brought in some new maths enthusiasts to Cake!
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- Drew, weâve talked privately about the incredible work youâve done in making mathematics more engaging, fun and meaningful for your students. Could you talk about how edtech fits into this equation? Perhaps you could share a video of what this âŚ1
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- We are live! https://www.cake.co/conversations/wkjxwk2/cake-panel-how-do-you-make-maths-fun
- Welcome to all of our panelists and to Â everyone whoâs following the conversation on Cake. Â Our panelists have a passion for recreational mathematics and by the end of this panel I hope you do as well. Before we begin, I should remind everyone of âŚ9
- We are doing our best to get the word out to the Twitterverse about this weekendâs panel. https://twitter.com/autismplusmath/status/1063233111234879489?s=21 https://twitter.com/drewfoster0/status/1062878742283018241?s=211
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- What a great video you found on @drewfoster! I thought it appropriate to share some great stuff from our other panelists before this weekendâs panel on âHow do you make maths fun?â @Mathgarden Sunil âŚ1
- I am excited to announce that I will be moderating a panel on Cake this weekend. Our panelists have a passion for recreational mathematics and by the end of the panel so will you. Due to our panelists being in London, Toronto and Australia, we âŚ6
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- For those not involved in the maths education universe on Twitter, Drew is an amazing mathematician, educator and recreational maths puzzle expert. Heâs been involved in multiple online learning platforms including learningclip.co, which he âŚ3
- Hey Drew! Like your grand entrance. @Chris has provided instructions on how weâll join in the panel on Saturday: basically, after I create the panel session, Cake will email you a link to join in. Hereâs a link to what it will look like. If you âŚ2
- Okay now Iâve got it, thank you! Iâll send out reminders on Friday to be on the lookout for the panel join emails. A lot of thought was clearly put into making this a great vehicle for fascinating conversations. đđđ2
- Thanks for chiming in to help make my panel an amazing experience for everyone! Everyone on the panel is actually signing up for Cake so I will be entering their Cake handles into the invite list, not their email address. (I will be DMed their âŚ1
- @yaypie I want to stay out of the doghouse by not assigning the wrong topics to Saturdayâs panel on âHow do you make maths fun?â What do you think of these five: Cake. Iâm assuming that followers of this topic would like to be informed of new âŚ1
- > We're looking to hire someone(s) to help us kickstart panels because I swear they have enormous potential. That is awesome news! I am hosting my panel on Saturday on the topic of âHow do you make maths fun?â Question: How do I make sure that âŚ1
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