We’ve gathered here some of the more beautiful and useful resources that fit in with the Math4+
- Grant Sanderson’s 3Blue1Brown mathematics videos. Grant is, in our view, a master at clear and inspiring mathematical exposition. His videos span a wide range of mathematical topics. Here is one example from beginning undergraduate linear algebra:
- Burkard Polster is the Mathologer and he produces gorgeous YouTube video expositions on a wide variety of mathematical topics.
- Math is more than numbers and equations! The Mathical Book Prize is an annual award for fiction and nonfiction books that inspire children of all ages to see math in the world around them. Mathical Award Winners and Honor Books are selected by a nationwide committee of mathematicians, educators, librarians, and authors. Each year’s selections joins a growing list of stories ranging from picture books and graphic novels to chapter books and young adult literature.
- The Global Math Project. The aim is: “… to initiate a fundamental paradigm shift in how the world perceives and enjoys mathematics. We transform and declutter mathematics content to reveal its coherence, meaning, and joy.”
- Michael Vaiana’s RootMath project. “RootMath is dedicated to free, universal education. We seek to enrich the global community by providing free math lessons, courses, and materials. It is our mission to inspire, support, and encourage the study of mathematics and its applications. … Math doesn’t have to be a confusing mystery. Our free lessons are engaging and easy to follow. We know that you are capable of understanding, appreciating, and even loving math. This is why we take a different approach.”