Sunil Singh was a high school math and physics teacher for 19 years. He has taught every grade level, and in every situation imaginable--from the socio-economic challenges of tough,urban schools in Toronto, Ontario to an International Baccalaureate School in Switzerland. His views on the purpose and potential for learning mathematics has been strongly fostered in this wide domain of experiences--that all students are capable of loving mathematics. Sunil has viewed mathematics as an adventure his entire life, and now mathematics is providing adventures for him in writing and traveling. He has given over 50 presentations on creative mathematics all over North America, including The Royal Conservatory of Mathematics in Toronto and The Museum of Mathematics in New York. His interactive Family Math Nights have taken him as far as Austin, Texas. Not only is he the author of two books, Pi of Life: The Hidden Happiness of Mathematics and Math Recess: Playful Learning in an Age of Disruption, but he was also a regular writer for The New York Times Numberplay section. He is also a co-editor at Q.E.D., a very popular blog for "disruptive" math writing. He has been an invited, featured, and major speaker at math conferences such as NCTM and NCSM. While he was a high school math teacher for his entire career, his main focus now is K to 8 mathematics, a devotion completely inspired by visiting his daughter's Grade 1 class in 2014, and witnessing the enormous capabilities of the youngest students in mathematics. Sunil dreams about mathematical disruption everyday!
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