Yes, I am talking to you… Even if you are not in school or working in a math-related field (although all fields are math related on some level) you should have **math goals**.

My **math goal** is simple: **Keep growing mathematically!** I will do this by practicing the following:

- Read books about math topics
- Work on random math problems and puzzles
- Help students learn math
- Teach a math course or lesson
- Encourage youth to work to improve their math grades
- Keep math on my mind

Now I know some of these items seem hefty for some people and that’s okay. The key is to think about what your **math goals** are for the upcoming year. Will you save money? Will you clip coupons? Will you take a course for fun? Will you attend a math camp? Will you improve your math grade?

There are a lot of things you can do to grow mathematically. *What are your math goals for 2018?*

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I am a Co-founder of and Program Coordinator for Math Corps Philadelphia, a combined academic enrichment and mentoring program. I am the author of "Teacher Training Manual: Designed for Secondary Mathematics Teachers of African American Urban Students." I hold a Master of Education degree in Secondary Mathematics and have several years of experience teaching secondary and post-secondary mathematics.

December 18, 2017 at 9:53 pm

My math goals are to read more math history, work on math problems and puzzles, and take on a serious topic.

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December 20, 2017 at 8:45 am

That sounds good Luis!! I like the idea of reading more math history… I may have to add that to my list. Thanks for sharing!

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December 22, 2017 at 1:28 pm

Teach yourself about and keep up with the math of voting trends, voting projection process, polls, electoral college structure, and especially the devious math of redistricting. Your future depends on voters and voting and making your vote – COUNT

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