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    Hi, I am Zor

    I think, our high schools do not provide an adequate level of knowledge in such an important subject as mathematics. I am sure, many young students would welcome an opportunity to deepen their knowledge of this subject. I'd like to introduce you to my educational site Unizor, which is created with an idea to redirect studying mathematics from simple memorization of facts, usually forgotten immediately after passing an exam, towards development of intelligence, creativity and analytical thinking, which I consider the real purpose to study mathematics and important throughout the whole life, regardless of profession.

    Texas A&M University in its newsletter has published a short article about Unizor at
    http://disted6.math.tamu.edu/newslet.../2012_4_07.pdf

    Unizor is free and has no advertising. Its sole purpose is to distribute knowledge in its purest form. If you consider it appropriate for your audience, I'd appreciate mentioning it in one of your publications and Web sites.

    Zor Shekhtman
    Founder of Unizor Education
    Creative Mind through Art of Mathematics
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    Re: Unizor - Creative Mind through Art of Mathematics

    That newsletter has an article written by you and does not constitute an endorsement. I am not saying that you do not have here a good idea- just that you need some external evaluation. Otherwise you are just advertising.
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    Re: Unizor - Creative Mind through Art of Mathematics

    Yes, you are right, the article was written by me. But what preceded it was a very positive exchange with a publisher who actually asked me to do it. In addition, I can point to one very good comment to one of my lectures:

    Subject: Thank you
    From: driaan claassen <driaan123@hotmail.com>
    Date: Sat, July 20, 2013 5:21 pm
    To: "zor@unizor.com" <zor@unizor.com>

    I rarely go out of my way to thank teachers for lessons and instructional videos but your more in depth mathematics classes have opened a new way of seeing maths for me!! Teachers have gotten so mad at me for constantly asking why why why is this done this way that I have really struggled to enjoy maths because I felt I was just learning concepts that I would never understand why they were being implemented making me forget them a week down the road!! Your lessons and explanations have been a blessing to me and I have been plowing through them ever since I found them! I don't know how much this means but I felt it necessary to personally thank you for these lessons and for your understanding of the current maths problem the world is facing. I myself am 22 and I wish I had you as a teacher when I was younger I am just glad I found these videos as I have watched numerous videos on maths and have just never really liked it. Thank you Zor and god speed man your a saint!
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