Jupyter notebooks are a great way to incorporate basic mathematical hacking skills in the classroom. Teachers with no background in computing can easily start using the notebooks. Students are able to see how technology can help them solve and communicate solutions to a wide variety of problems.
Jacob Frias Koehler, firstname.lastname@example.org, teaches undergraduate mathematics to a variety of populations at The New School in New York City and is the founder of dubmathematics.com. His research focuses on the history and politics of school mathematics. He is interested in using open source technology to drive curricular reformation.
Soomi Kim, email@example.com, has served as an adjunct professor in the mathematics department at Borough of Manhattan Community College. Her research interests include developmental mathematics, mental mathematics, instructional strategies, and idea-based teaching and learning using technology.