Hi, I Like Maths is a podcast initiated by Dr. Nahid Linda Banihashemi who is applied mathematician, mathematics educator and founder of an educational company named Bungee Pi which helps children learn mathematics using storytelling, animations and real life applications. She is based in Sydney Australia and her primary focus in this podcast is around the importance of mathematics in shaping our intellectual and mental abilities.
She invites beautiful minds who use mathematics for personal and professional development to the show. Using this podcast, she aims to address hot trends and challenges in the space of mathematics.
In this episode of Hi I Like Maths, Dr. Ran Fuchs talks about developing a right mindset which is based on logic and emotion in life. He also talks about his challenges as a scientist and some of his pain points during his journey so far.
This is the snapshot of another epiode of Hi I Like Maths which is about different ways to encourage children to learn and enjoy maths. In this episode Karen Harling McDaid shares 6 useful tips for increasing the engagment of children in maths at home and school.
Dr. Mary Coupland has found mathematics to be an easy subject from a very young age. She has been fascinated by the way it has been applied in various areas. This made her gravitate toward applied mathematics. She also enjoys teaching this subject and using its applications for motivating and engaging her students. During her talk, she provided useful hints for parents and teachers to help them learn maths and enjoy it.
In this episode Dr. Usha Sridhar talks about her journey and the way mathematics has shaped it, her challenges as an educator, mother, student, immigrant and employee.Dr. Usha Sridhar is a Sripathi Gold medalist from Andhra University (topped in all Science departments' results and achieved University First). She complete two Ph.D in mathematics (yes 2 Ph.D) in the area of Analysis, Complex Variables and Proof Theory and Artificial Neural Networks...
"Hi, I like maths" is for discussing hot topics in the area of mathematics and its applications. Topics include challenges of teaching mathematics, hot and recent teaching trends, maths for career, student's struggles, curriculum, international collaboration, Edu-Tech, entertainment and gamification, leadership, mentoring, STEM education, Problem-based learning approach, storytelling, applications of mathematics in real life, maths and jobs, and so on...