Today’s episode is an exciting one! Jennifer Flenner, the co-author of my new book Crush Hypothesis Testing, is interviewing me on how you, as a teacher, can spread your love of math by writing books that will inspire kids, parents, and teachers beyond your classroom and school.
Allison and Jennifer discuss:
- What made Allison start writing math books [4.20]
- Building a community of math enthusiasts [6.13]
- Why should you as a teacher write math books? [7.09]
- The creation of the Love Math Journal [8.17]
- How to get started and write your book [11.20]
- Advice for getting your book idea or concept just right [16.17]
Check out Jennifer's episode: Tips for Teaching Introductory Statistic: https://www.allisonlovesmath.com/blog/JenniferFlenner
Check out Allison's Books:
- Raise your Math Grade: Get this FREE short book, which is a toughen-up math manifesto mixed with you-can-do-it enthusiasm. It is an open educational resource, meaning you can share it freely with friends, students, and colleagues.
- Crush Math Now: Order this best-selling Amazon book! It is a study guide packed with all the advice Allison has given students over the years on math mindset, study skills, and test-taking strategies.
- Love Math Journal: Get this growth mindset journal to help 4th-8th grade students to succeed in and love math. This journal is co-authored by Allison and Nicole Thomson, who had been on Episode# 44 Using Gratitude to Help Students Overcome Math Anxiety.
- Crush Hypothesis Testing: The five-step method to make hypothesis testing easier and understandable. I wrote this book with Math Professor Jennifer Flenner and you can read the first two chapters of Crush Hypothesis Testing for free at www.allisonlovesmath.com/free.
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