Omo Moses, founder of MathTalk, and his colleague Keith Griffin discuss how they connected over basketball and went on to find local, culturally-relevant ways to engage families in math learning in their own neighborhood.
It was easy for me to transition to math from basketball because math is in basketball as well.
Their co-design process involves diverse stakeholders from the community, resulting in public installations that reflect the experiences and interests of families who live nearby.
MathTalk Leaders Illustrate How Efforts Can Transform Neighborhoods
Read more about Omo Moses, Keith Griffin, and MathTalk’s efforts to mathematize the neighborhood.