Plans for Pi Day ’14?

What are you up to this Pi Day season? Each year is unique for me, as I seek new audiences with whom to share in the joy of our crazy number. In 2013, I spent Pi Day in Manhattan, speaking to a couple hundred middle schoolers who were on a field trip to the National Museum of Mathemat...
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TeachPi.org’s New Look

Welcome to the new and improved TeachPi.org! Like a much-loved teddy bear, the site has been a companion to many teachers and Pi lovers for several years now, but it had been stitched together (with love) in an earlier time, and was starting to show some signs of wear and tear. So, I ...
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