The Allison Loves Math Podcast

Celebrating leaders, legends, and trailblazers who are empowering the world to love math. 

#14 Building Resilience through Remote Learning with Jennifer Ozgur allison loves math podcast Dec 03, 2020

Today, Jennifer Ozgur, a professional development instructor with over two decades of classroom experience, is giving us a 30-minute crash course on the brain!

 

In this Allison Loves Math Podcast interview, Jennifer walks us through some fascinating steps to build resilience through remote...

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#13 Teaching our Kids about Math and Philanthropy with Kim Teter allison loves math podcast Nov 29, 2020

As teachers and parents, it's always fun when we can find different ways to teach our kids about math outside of school!

 

Today, we talk to Kim Teter, who holds an MS in Non-Profit Management and is co-host of The Freshman Fundraisers Podcast. In this episode, we dive into : 

  • How...
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#12 Teaching Math While Baking Brownies with Emily from Pie Dreams allison loves math podcast Nov 26, 2020

*This episode was recorded while Emily did a live baking demonstration, so you will hear some jingling spoons and kitchen noises!  Enjoy!

Today, we are talking about baking and math with Emily from Pie Dreams. There are just so many ways we can teach our kids about math while preparing...

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#11 Juggling Money and Motherhood with Janice Scholl allison loves math podcast Nov 23, 2020

Janice Scholl is a mom, a business coach, and the host of the Money, Career & Motherhood podcast! Using her background in commercial banking and consulting, Janice mentors women who want to keep their finances on track when they start a business. 

 

In this episode, we...

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#10 How to Engage and Motivate Math Students with Brent Monte allison loves math podcast Nov 19, 2020

Today, I talk with Brent Monte, Co-Chair of the Math Department at Irvine Valley  College, PhD in Education, and marathon runner, about how to get math students engaged and motivated.

 

In this episode, Brent shares:

  • How to create a classroom environment where students are...
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#9 Strategies to Teach Community College Math with Felicia Darling allison loves math podcast Nov 16, 2020

Felicia Darling is a trailblazer in math education. The author of Teachin It! and the upcoming book The Ripple Effect, Felicia holds a Ph.D. in Math Education from Stanford and is the first person in her family to go to college. 

 

With the pandemic still hanging over us, educators...

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#8 Technology Tips For Distance Learning with Tim VanNorman allison loves math podcast Nov 12, 2020

Today's episode is for teachers who want to more effectively help their students thrive in an online classroom! 

Tim Van Norman, instructional technologist and co-host of the HigherEd Tech Podcast, shares with us how:

  • To use technology in higher education for both virtual and...
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#7 Teach Your Kids about Financial Independence with Rachel Richards allison loves math podcast Nov 08, 2020

Rachel Richards, the author of Money Honey and Passive Income, Aggressive Retirement, makes personal finance easy to understand and easy to implement!! 

 

A former personal financial advisor, Rachel created a system that allowed her to retire in her 20’s and live on passive...

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#6 Parallels Between Parenting, Math and Creative Endeavors with Kent Sanders allison loves math podcast Nov 05, 2020

Today, I interview Kent Sanders, author of The Artist's Suitcase, host of The Daily Writer Podcast, and professor at St. Louis Christian College.

This episode is all about the parallels between parenting, math, and creative endeavors. We learn fun hacks to help us survive parenting (which...

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#5 A Trailblazer in Math and Soccer with Jo Ann Noyes allison loves math podcast Nov 01, 2020

Jo Ann Noyes is a pioneer! 

One of the early women's soccer coaches in Irvine, a former men’s soccer coach and an improv comedian, Jo Ann proves that math professors can be about so much more than math! 

 

In Jo Ann's interview, she shares: 

  • What it was like to be the...
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#4 A Morning Routine to Crush Teacher Burnout with Honoree Corder allison loves math podcast Oct 29, 2020

Teachers, what would it feel like to be able to exponentially grow your success, while lowering your stress and anxiety... and teach your students to do the same?

In Episode #4 of the Allison Loves Math Podcast, A Morning Routine to Crush Teacher Burnout, I interview Honoree Corder, author of...
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#3 College Admissions and the SAT in 2020 with Mike Bergin allison loves math podcast Oct 25, 2020

"What colleges don't want is to accept a student who is not going to thrive on their campus." - Mike Bergin, Founder of Chariot Learning and co-host of the Tests and the Rest Podcast

In Episode #3 of the Allison Loves Math Podcast, I gets to speak with Mike Bergin, Founder of ...

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