The Windows into Elementary Mathematics Project of the Fields Institute invites prominent mathematicians to discuss topics from elementary mathematics. The goal of the project is to provide students, parents and teachers with insights into mathematics and into the thinking of mathematicians.
Each topic includes the following components: video clips, interactive content, activities, and a poster on the theme.
Click on the links below to view the Windows we have created so far.

Insights into mathematical proof 
by Ken Davidson, University of Waterloo




Investigating the geometry of a sphere 
by Megumi Harada, McMaster University




Growth patterns in Biology 
by Lindi Wahl, University of Western Ontario




Telescopes and paraboloids 
by Peter Taylor, Queen's University




Latin Squares, Sudoku & better crops 
by Brett Stevens , Carleton University



A project by George Gadanidis, University of Western Ontario (ggadanid@uwo.ca).