During the event, Karim Logue, the creator of Mathalicious, will demonstrate the signature process of creating rich media-based math investigation lessons.


Full recording: voice, text chat, web tour, application sharing


All Math 2.0 events are free and open to the public. Information about all events in the series is here:

Wednesday, November 10th 2010 we will meet in the LearnCentral public Elluminate room at 6pm Pacific / 9pm Eastern time. WorldClock for your time zone.


To join:
  • Follow this link:
  • Click "OK" and "Accept" several times as your browser installs the software. When you see Elluminate Session Log-In, enter your name and click the "Login" button
  • You will find yourself in a virtual room. An organizer will be there to greet you, starting about half an hour before the event.
If this is your first Elluminate event, consider coming a few minutes earlier to check out the technology. The room opens half an hour before the event.

About Mathalicious


“What does this mean? When will I use this?”

If you’re a math teacher, you’ve probably heard these questions before. We’re here to help you answer them.

At Mathalicious, we believe that math isn’t something to learn, but a tool to learn about other things. Our mission is to help transform the way math is taught by providing you with the best, most meaningful and most relevant math content available. Our lessons are aligned to traditional state standards but, unlike most content, emphasize conceptual understanding through engaging real-world applications.

What does this mean for you and your students?

It means you can use linear equations to pick the right cell phone plan, and percents to get healthier. It means you can use proportions to compare the iPhone and the iPad, and explore whether the Olympics are fair. Our approach means that you as a teacher can foster real conversations, real learning about topics that students really care about.

And best of all, Mathalicious means that math can be…fun again.


Karim Logue is a former public school math teacher and middle school math coach. He has led professional development workshops on integrating technology in the classroom, and improving math instruction by emphasizing conceptual understanding through real-world application. More importantly, Karim just really, really enjoys writing math lessons.

Karim earned his B.A. in Economics from Stanford University, and his M.Ed. in Math Education from University of Virginia.