My Math Column with Noah in Spanish: "La Diferencia Fundamental Entre Los Niños Que Se Distinguen en Matemáticas y Los Que No" tumblr_inline_nfolziwz6u1r57lmx.png

Yesterday, I was pleasantly surprised to stumble across the translation “La diferencia fundamental entre los niños que se distinguen en matemáticas y los que no” on Quartz of my column with Noah Smith “There’s One Key Difference Between Kids Who Excel at Math and Those Who Don’t.” (You can see a German translation of one of my columns, “Die „Hunger Games“ sind nicht unsere Zukunft – Sie sind schon Realität,” here and Japanese translations of quite a number of my posts linked here.)

I am grateful for all of the interesting things that have happened to me and all of the things I have learned since I have started blogging–something that might not have happened without Noah’s urging. And I am grateful for all of you who have taken the time to read some of the things I have written.

If you have time to read one more thing, you might like the column I wrote for Thanksgiving last year: “Human Grace: Gratitude is Not Simple Sentiment; It is the Motivation that Can Save the World.” In the same spirit, you might like Rebecca Hale’s Humanist Thanksgiving prayer