My teaching career started in 2007 at Trinity-Pawling School in NY state, home of the "Mighty Fourths" soccer team. During my time teaching at Saint Ann's School in Brooklyn, I cofounded a mathematical art program for grades 3-12, which included a high school seminar, a middle school elective, and an all-school mathematical art festival called MArTH Madness. Details of the Saint Ann's math art program can be found in our paper. Since 2013, I have been at my alma mater, John Burroughs School, where I also run the school's makerspace and its Guild of Geeks club. I teach mostly geometry to 9th graders and a multivariable calculus class. I present mathematics as a profoundly human art, that anyone can do and enjoy.
For a couple of years I wrote a blog about math and school, called Lost in Recursion. For the time being it can still be seen.
Young Paul, circa 2007, at Trinity-Pawling School. An overhead projector shines through the nameplate my sister made me when she was in 6th grade.
Math Munch at TEDxNYED 2013