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Jeff Zilahy has been fascinated by science and technology for as long as he can remember. And when he started teaching high school math, he found himself confronted by high levels of student apathy and frustration. Jeff took up the challenge to find a way to get students to view math in a new and positive light. A Cultural Paradox: Fun in Mathematics has since become one of the most downloaded science eBooks of all time, and is included in the summer reading lists for schools in Illinois and Texas.
“The purpose of the book,” says Jeff, “is to show students that math is an exciting subject, accessible to everyone, and is a truly universal language. Math is embedded in all of the technology we take for granted whether it is a chair or a smartphone. It is also a terrific way to give your brain a mental workout.”
Originally from New Jersey, Jeff was raised in Switzerland then lived in various parts of the USA before settling in Pennsylvania. He received his master’s degree in math education from Arcadia University, Philadelphia, and is currently an Adjunct Instructor at Gwynedd Mercy University.
You can connect with Jeff on LinkedIn and Twitter. A Cultural Paradox: Fun in Mathematics is available at all major online retailers including Amazon.com and a digital version is also available at Google Books.
When he is not teaching math, you will find Jeff playing online chess, studying actuarial science, and seeking out new adventures. He is proud to be a self-published author. And the final word from Jeff: “The truth is every human being is a mathematician; the only question is how good at it you want to become!”
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