[PODCAST] #343d: Dr. Darren Tapp – Can Private Tutoring Challenge the School Monopoly? (2015 Liberty Forum)

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Part Four in our 2015 New Hampshire Liberty Forum Discussions
Darren and I discuss his presentation Challenging the Educational Monopoly.

Darren's Bio:
Dr. Darren Tapp has spent over a decade teaching various mathematical concepts at a handful of colleges. Darren is currently teaching at New Hampshire Technical Institute, and Southern New Hampshire University. Darren is the founder of Dr. Tapp’s mathematical playgrounds, which bring concepts of arithmetic, geometry, and combinatorics to young people. Darren is also co-host of Neocash Radio.

Darren's Presentation At Liberty Forum
After years of observing the results of public education Dr. Darren Tapp decided to provide alternatives to parents. This has lead to several activities that promote mathematical concepts. Darren will describe some pedagogical differences his playgrounds have compared to public education. Understand how free people will challenge the Educational Monopoly.

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Darren's Site - http://www.darrentapp.com/

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3 comments

  1. Dr. Tapp’s talk at Liberty Forum, called Challenging the Educational Monopoly:
    https://youtu.be/2u3Wb02RG9M

  2. Hi Brett and All, I stumbled across an amazing website that explains mathematics concepts in intuitive and in a way that is relatively easy to grasp. The website is…

    BetterExplained.com

    I highly recommend that you check it out and refer others to it.

    I would also like to hear an interview with the creator of the website.

    Keep up the good work,

    Regards,

    Jeff

    • Hi Brett and All, I stumbled across an amazing website that explains mathematics concepts in an intuitive way that is relatively easy to grasp. The website is…

      BetterExplained.com

      You didn’t offer an edit function and I butchered the first sentence in this reply.

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