In this video, I exhibit the 10 best Facebook pages related to mathematics. These fan pages connect, energize, and promote mathematics to an admiring and appreciative audience that contributes to the progress of mathematics globally.
In this episode, I will show you the best Facebook pages for mathematics by going through each one and reviewing that each page satisfies the following requirements.
- Firstly, active pages that have published at least one post in the last year.
- Secondly, pages that are primarily engaged in the spread of enthusiasm and understanding of mathematics.
- After that, I check that each page has at least 1K followers, and several of its posts have some engagement by other people.
- Finally, I give the About information associated with each page as well as an engaging post.
So, let’s find out what makes each page one of the best Facebook pages for mathematics.
About: Numberphile is a series of numbery videos by Brady Haran – the guy behind projects like periodicvideos and sixty symbols. @numberphile
About: Animated math. @3blue1brown
About: Videos about maths and technology. @misterwootube
Free Math Videos
About: Welcome! I make short, to-the-point math videos to help you succeed in math. @freemathvideos
About: I used to do #napkinmath. Now I make videos and other resources to help math students understand the important stuff and pass their classes. @KristaKingMath
Tarrou’s Chalk Talk
About: A fan page for my YouTube.com/profrobbob channel with a growing selection of math videos related to Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Precalculus, and AP Statistics. @profrobbob
Math Is Awesome
About: Do You Love Math? Then “Like” Us! @MathAwesomeness
Art Of Mathematics
About: A lot of people are afraid of studying mathematics in spite of their capacities. My aim is to make people enjoy learning mathematics because mathematics is everywhere. @ArtOfMathematics
Awesome Math Teachers
About: Love Math Teacher? Then like us! @awesomemathteachers
Mathematics: An Integral Part of Happiness
About: To help people discover how amazing and wonderful mathematics can be. @Mathhappiness