## Classroom Adventures in Mathematics: Videos and Resources

Most lectures presented at the Classroom Adventures are taped and made available here. In addition, any handouts provided during the sessions are also made available. Click the title of any lecture to see the videos and resources available.

Summer Institute (August 2014) - more coming soon!

- Justin Martel - Quadratic forms and lattices: from Pythagoras to Minkowski
- Professor John Percy - Astronomy and Math
- Rick Ross - Mathmagic
- Professor Dror Bar-Natan – The 17 Worlds of Planar Ants
- Shai Cohen - Tic-Tac-Toe: a Gateway to Higher Mathematics
- Patrick Finnigan - Rotation Equilibrium Hands-on Lesson

Classroom Adventures (March 15, 2014)

- Shai Cohen, Lecturer – Elections
- Alfonso Gracia-Saz, Lecturer - Combinatorial Games
- Peter Samuelson, PostDoctoral Fellow - Multiplication Where the Order Matters
- Justin Martel, Graduate Student – Introducing hyperbolic geometry and the Poincare disk

Classroom Adventures (February 15, 2014)

- Sa’diyya Hendrickson, Instructor - Fractions are Friends, Not Foes!
- Dr. Alia Sajjad, PhD in Statistics - Fun with Algebra
- Zhaoyun (Helen) Wang, PhD student - Mathematical Mistakes

Classroom Adventures (January 18, 2014)

- Professor Dror Bar-Natan – Visualizing the Fourth Dimension, and the Simplest Thing I Don’t Know About It
- Mike Pawliuk, Graduate Student - Absolute Chaos is Impossible!
- Patrick Finnigan, IEEE - Binary Searching and Sorting & Introduction to Algorithms and Complexity

Summer Institute (August 2013)

- Professor Dror Bar-Natan – On Maps, Machines and Roaches: An introduction to cut-and-paste topology
- Patrick Finnigan, IEEE – Binary Sorting
- Shai Cohen, Lecturer at the University of Toronto – Finite-state automata
- Charlotte Danard, OCT teacher – JUMP Math
- Janine Newton, OISE graduate – Math Anxiety
- Philip Parry, OISE graduate – Math and Music
- Mariya Boyko, IHPST graduate student – History of Mathematics and Historical Math Instruments
- Professor Edward Barbeau – Finding Linkages in the Curriculum
- Additional Resources

Classroom Adventures in Financial Math (April 24th, 2013)

- Luis Seco, Director RiskLab, Director Math Finance Program @ UofT – Introduction to Financial Math
- Sebastian Jaimungal, University of Toronto, Departments of Statistics and Mathematical Finance Program – Market Making
- Shai Cohen, Lecturer at UofT – Game Theory
- Matheus Grasselli, Deputy Director, Fields Institute – The Financial Crisis

Classroom Adventures in Historical Math (March 23rd, 2013)

- Craig Fraser, Professor and Director, IHPST- The Birth of Trigonometry: The Hipparchan-Ptolemaic Model of the Sun
- Laura Turner, IHPST – Cantor sets and history of the reception of Cantor’s work in mathematical community
- Bruce Petrie, IHPST – Historical Methods of Approximating Pi
- Mariya Boyko, Graduate student IHPST – Kolmogorov’s Mathematics Curriculum reforms and their legacy

Classroom Adventures in Number Theory (February 23rd, 2013)

- Chris Dodd, Postdoctoral Fellow – Knot Invariants – A Method for Studying Geometric Objects Called Knots by Use of Algebra
- William George, Graduate Student – How to Send a Secret Message to Someone You’ve Never Met
- Professor Joel Kamnitzer, Department of Mathematics – Using Permutations and Group Theory to Solve a Rubix Cube

Classroom Adventures in Geometry (January 26th)

- Professor Marco Gualteri, Department of Mathematics – Polygons, Polyhedra, and Polytopes
- Zsuzsanna Dansco, Graduate Student in the Department of Mathematics – Math and Origami
- Shai Cohen, Lecturer at the University of Toronto – Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry

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