Community Engagement at the University of Saskatchewan

  • Date: 02/26/2014

Here’s a math problem for you: What do you get when you add one math nut to a classroom?


The answer is simple: You get a love of math multiplied and divided by the number of children he teaches.



Actually, there’s more to the equation.


You don’t have to chat long with Stavros Stavrou to calculate that he is crazy about math and the unique opportunity he has to share this passion.


“I do love teaching mathematics. Math is a subject that has a negative connotation – you either like it or you hate it. Or you think you’re either good at it or you’re not good at it.  So, I like that I can mold the students who are undecided about their position on math,” says Stavrou.



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