I was very happy be directed to your site. I have been teaching high school mathematics (Algebra II, AP Statistics and AP Calculus) at an international school in China for the past 8.5 years. I have been attempting to implement the ideas presented in James Nickel’s book “Mathematics: Is God Silent?” and have recently developed a couple of documents regarding teaching mathematics with a Biblical worldview foundation. If you are interested in reading through these and giving me your feedback, please let me know. I also have developed some activities (particularly in Algebra II) that connect mathematical ideas to their historical beginnings, and I am hoping to collaborate with people such as yourself in developing more.
Sincerely,

It’s always encouraging hear from people integrating their faith and their teaching. Especially all the way from China! I would love to see what materials you have developed. Thank you very much for offering.

Brent LumanMarch 23, 2011 / 6:45 AMMr. Wilkerson,

I was very happy be directed to your site. I have been teaching high school mathematics (Algebra II, AP Statistics and AP Calculus) at an international school in China for the past 8.5 years. I have been attempting to implement the ideas presented in James Nickel’s book “Mathematics: Is God Silent?” and have recently developed a couple of documents regarding teaching mathematics with a Biblical worldview foundation. If you are interested in reading through these and giving me your feedback, please let me know. I also have developed some activities (particularly in Algebra II) that connect mathematical ideas to their historical beginnings, and I am hoping to collaborate with people such as yourself in developing more.

Sincerely,

Brent Luman

joshwilkersonMarch 23, 2011 / 7:23 PMMr. Luman,

It’s always encouraging hear from people integrating their faith and their teaching. Especially all the way from China! I would love to see what materials you have developed. Thank you very much for offering.