Splash Biography



MILES CALABRESI, ESP Teacher




Major: Math/Linguistics

College/Employer: Yale

Year of Graduation: 2015

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Past Classes

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C1457: Nonviolent Conflict Resolution in Sprout Spring 15 (Feb. 14 - 28, 2015)
An examination of conflict and resolution. What is violence? How does it play into conflict? Can and should it be used to stop conflict? We'll do some experiential learning and activity-based discussion as well as look at theories. We'll compare ideas from some big thinkers in nonviolence as well as world leaders.


S809: Prove it! in Sprout Spring 14 (Feb. 15 - Mar. 01, 2014)
What does it mean to "prove" something? What is the difference between proof and evidence? Can you ever be 100% certain that something is true or false? Is everything true or false? This class will cover philosophy of proofs, identifying valid and invalid proofs, and some techniques of making mathematical and logical arguments.


S552: Nonviolent Conflict Resolution in Sprout Fall 13 (Oct. 05 - 19, 2013)
An examination of conflict and resolution. Experiential learning and activity-based discussion as well as theories. Comparison of ideas with examples from Gandhi, King, Hanh, Che Guevara, Stalin, and others.


M131: Math and Writing in Splash Fall 12 (Oct. 20, 2012)
What do math and writing have to do with each other? If the mathematical "and" is "plus," then why is there no "but" in math-speak? Come see the answers to these questions, the relationship between how you write sentences and how you solve equations, and more!


H132: The Language(s) of Love in Splash Fall 12 (Oct. 20, 2012)
What do the Romance languages all have in common? How are they different? In short, why the Romance languages are so romantic!


H137: Nonviolent Conflict Resolution in Splash Fall 12 (Oct. 20, 2012)
An examination of the nature of conflict and resolution. Comparison of theories with examples from Gandhi, King, Hanh and others with those of Che Guevara, Stalin, and others. Experiential learning and discussion as well as theories.


X118: Math and Writing in Splash Spring 12 (Mar. 24, 2012)
What do math and writing have to do with each other? If the mathematical "and" is "plus," then what is "but" in math-speak? Come see the answers to these question, the relationship between how you write sentences and how you solve equations, and more!