I am a seventy-three year old math instructor at Southern Oregon University. I taught at the College of the Siskiyous in Weed California for twenty-six years. Prior to that I worked as a computer programmer, carpenter and in various other jobs. I graduated from Rice University in 1967 and have a MS in Operations Research from Stanford. In the past I have hand-built a stone house and taken long solo bicycle tours. Now I ride my mountain bike and play golf, go and bridge for recreation.

Jim in His Reading Corner

Jim in His Reading Corner

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  1. Julie Knight says:

    Professor Hatton,
    I am a college student studying to teach math grades 6-8. I found your crisscross applesauce method on your blog. I would like to use this method in a presentation that I will be doing for a class and wanted to make sure that I had the appropriate permission first. Do you mind id I include this method in my presentation?

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