Presentations at ATCM (asian technology conference in mathematics)
These are the presentations I did at ATCM. ATCM is an international conference which focuses on how computer can contribute math education in general. Target audience is high school teachers , university students & professors who specialize in math education .Normally presentation is 20 minutes and 5 minutes for Q&A session. But in the videos below, I modified my presentations, because there is no time restriction.
I have been making math problems for high school students in Japan. And I contributed some of my problems to eJMT. eJMT is founded by Professor Wei-Chi Yang who also founded ATCM. It has a big stock of math related online resources and I contributed my math problems to the "problem corner" section. My problems are written for top level high school students in Japan. You don't need university level math.
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