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Thodoris Andriopoulos replied to Ryan Goble's discussion Teaching w/ Graphic Novels 101 - Where Do I Start ? Collection in the group Graphic Novels & Comics
"Hey Ryan, I have written a graphic novel that someone may be interested in. The description is following: DESCRIPTION This graphic novel is both a historical novel as well as an entertaining way of using mathematics to solve a crime. The plot, the…"
Jan 15

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What is your connection to education?
High School Teacher, Author
What subjects do you teach / specialize in?
Maths
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vATkt9xuA44&feature=share
http://www.ellinoekdotiki.gr/FlipPage/index.asp?ITMID=1316
http://www.bookdepository.co.uk/Who-Killed-Professor-X-Thodoris-And...

"Who Killed Professor X"

THE GREATEST MATHEMATICIANS OF ALL TIME ARE SUSPECTS FOR MURDER!

AN INNOVATIVE WAY FOR TEACHING SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TROUGH A DETECTIVE STORY

Book Description:
It is a work of fiction based on actual incidents, and its heroes are real people who left their mark on the history of mathematics. It takes place in Paris in 1900 and is the story of a murder for which the greatest mathematicians of all time are considered suspects. Each suspect’s statement to the police leads to a mathematical problem.
The project on which the book is based took 3rd prize in the 6th Microsoft European Innovative Teachers Forum in Vienna in 2009. The distinction was awarded in the special category in which European teachers vote for the best projects.
You may view a sample of the book by clicking on the following link:
http://www.ellinoekdotiki.gr/FlipPage/index.asp?ITMID=1316
and you may view a video here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vATkt9xuA44&feature=share
It will be a pleasure for me to answer any question about the book.

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At 9:32am on August 23, 2012, Ryan Goble said…

Thodoris, Thanks for the compliments!  It is excellent to have you here - I hope you find some groovy resources and get a chance to share your work as well!  RRG:)

At 11:36am on August 22, 2012, Ryan Goble said…

You might also dig the Graphic Novels group!

At 11:36am on August 22, 2012, Ryan Goble said…

Howdy Thodoris!

Great to have you here!!! I haven't sat with your book yet but it looks wonderful!

Do consider joining the math group and checking out their discussion forum.

FWIW - my fav math related Math resources: Gene Yang Rocks Algebra/Factoring in WebComics & PLAYLIST: Reading Reflections + Mathematical Expression Fun LEO© - K-College PDFs

At the top of the group there should be a little + sign similar to the one in the Middle School group (image below) that says "+Join Group X." Easy stuff.


Good Vibes,

Ryan:)

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