Describes an approach using 3D printing technologies to produce a new physical tool for mathematical learning called Thirty6.
Edited by Natasha Murray, firstname.lastname@example.org, math educator and mathematics teacher educator from the Copiague School District, Copiague, New York. Readers are encouraged to submit manuscripts through http://mtms.msubmit.net.
Eileen Fernández, email@example.com, teach mathematics education courses for prospective and practicing teachers at Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey. Greenstein is interested in students' mathematical thinking, issues of education and social justice, and the design of digital and physical tools for learning math. Leszczynski enjoys thinking about math and co-constructing mathematical experiences with her students. Fernández's interests include teacher education, online teaching, and students' mathematical thinking.