You, too, can design and implement math trails to promote active, meaningful, real-world mathematical learning beyond your classroom walls.

Contributor Notes

Lyn D. English, l.english@qut.edu.au, is a professor of mathematics education at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. Her areas of research include mathematical modeling, statistical reasoning, problem solving and posing, and engineering education.

Steve Humble (aka DR Maths), drmaths@hotmail.co.uk, works for the National Center for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (www.ncetm.org.uk) in northeast England. He believes that the fundamentals of mathematics can be taught via practical experiments. For more information on DR Maths, go to www.ima.org.uk/Education/DrMaths/DrMaths.htm.

Victoria E. Barnes, victoria.Barnes@sunderland.gov.uk, has had many years of classroom experience and is currently a national strategy consultant in the United Kingdom. Her areas of interest include gifted and talented education, enhancing and enriching the curriculum, cultural attitudes toward mathematics, and parent education in math teaching.

(Corresponding author is English l.english@qut.edu.au)
(Corresponding author is Humble drmaths@hotmail.co.uk)
(Corresponding author is Barnes victoria.Barnes@sunderland.gov.uk)
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