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4/20/2014 Do A Math Trail Spring is in the air....Time to do a Math Trail to get st...
4/6/2014 Math Cartoons etc. Somehow mathematical humor and quotations tend to be appeal...
3/30/2014 Why m...? The resource for this week is quite unusual....but I sugges...
3/23/2014 A Book That Confounds Your Expectations About seven years ago, MathNEXUS included a column of the B...
3/16/2014 Pi-Based Connect-the-Arc First, divide a large circle into ten equal arcs. Starting ...
3/9/2014 It's Time for To celebrate PI-Day, why not do something special with your...
3/2/2014 Opt for an App The materials on the website featured for this week is an u...
2/23/2014 The World of the Pythagorean Theorem The Pythagorean Theorem...perhaps the most famous idea in m...
2/16/2014 Visual Thinking in Mathematics After last's week's recommended text, I was hesitant to ov...
2/9/2014 David Tall's Opus You may not have heard of David Tall (University of Warwic...
2/2/2014 It's Soon e-Day! A previous Math News proposed the idea that mathematics cla...
1/26/2014 MathArt and Art(ful)Math Math and Art. Art and Math. Math of Art. Art of Math. Math ...
1/19/2014 This Will Drive You Crazy! We know that 1 + 2 = 3....and that 1+ 2 + 3 1 + 2. Right...
1/12/2014 Mathematicians in a Strange Wilderness Theorem: Many books have been written about the history of ...
1/5/2014 It's Phi-Day A previous Math News proposed the idea that mathematics cla...
12/8/2013 Gifted in Mathematics As an aide to those of you doing last minute gift shopping ...
12/1/2013 Mathematics, Dreams, Theology, Metaphor, Poetry: Narrative Be forewarned...this week's resource will not appeal to eve...
11/24/2013 Perhaps the Best Resource Is.... For the past seven years on this website, I have been sugge...
11/17/2013 History of Mathematics: Blue Ribbon Site! Ask anyone as to the best web site for finding information ...
11/10/2013 Two Free Books In the past, I have provided web-links to copies of old m...
11/3/2013 Information Is Beautiful People who browse this website send in great website links ...
10/27/2013 Origami to the Nth Degree Several previous reviews of resources focused on the mathem...
10/20/2013 cimt The Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching has...
10/13/2013 Hear the Latest Song About Pi Irving Kaplansky was a mathematics professor at Harvard and...
10/6/2013 Raise Your Stock Market IQ At a math conference, I was befriended by A.L. (Surrey) w...
9/29/2013 A Golden Dodecahedron, Jennifer's Puzzle, etc. Peter Hilton and Jean Pederson, both mathematicians, have w...
9/22/2013 Sticky Graphs So Blue Sometimes you see a resource, and you say "Now tha...
9/15/2013 Tactile + Mental = Good Outcomes! Math educators are still trying to document the true value ...
9/8/2013 How Can This Be? Mathematical paradoxes are always interesting, especially w...
6/2/2013 Resource Resources? Over the past eight years, MathNEXUS has discussed slightly...
5/26/2013 Mathematics Medley, Singapore Style The Singapore Mathematical Society is the national prof...
5/19/2013 Summer PD Opportunity...On-Line Looking for a good course opportunity this summer? Jo Bo...
5/12/2013 Play That Piece Again...and Again... Each day/month/year/decade, new math problems are solved, a...
5/5/2013 What is Up? Calculating People, Money, Food, and Debt Money has value (hopefully). However, over time, the value ...
4/28/2013 Refreshing and Fresh View Most of the resource books reviewed on MathNEXUS are direct...
4/21/2013 yksi kaksi kolme neljä viisi .... Recognize this: an-zel, ip-zel, is-zel, miņip-zel, kiok-zel...
4/7/2013 Origami Architecture By The Book This week's Website review focused on origami architecture....
3/31/2013 Time to Make Your Own Time-Line Last week, the focus was on accessible time-lines on-line. ...
3/24/2013 Get in Line for a Timely App for a Time-Line When thinking about the history of mathematics, is is often...
3/17/2013 Where's My Standard Normal Distribution Plushie? What kid of a gift do you give someone who is into mathemat...
3/3/2013 A Rational Approach to the Irrationals More and more numbers are getting their special books...e, ...
2/24/2013 See Live Interviews With Famous Mathematicians It is one thing to read about famous mathematicians from re...
2/17/2013 A Belt Size of 250,000 Stades Any idea how one can measure the circumference of the ear...
2/10/2013 Mathematics: Plays, Movies, Fiction, Games...and Crossword Puzzles? Though mathematics is applied in the real-world, it is also...
1/27/2013 Free Help from RCML Teachers try to teach mathematics. Students try to learn ma...
1/20/2013 PEMDAS As a math educator, I get many requests from former student...
1/13/2013 Icon...and Sometimes I Can't.... An icon is defined as "a picture that is universally...
12/9/2012 Saturday Night Reading List Via the Math Foreum, Lillian Seese, Math Professor at L...
11/25/2012 Learning Statistics Via Sports Multiple columns on this website have focused on resources...
11/18/2012 Pythagorean Theorem: Correct or Not? A ton of math-related video resources exist on-line. But, t...
11/11/2012 George and His Gyrangle Previously, I have discussed the art creations of George Ha...
11/4/2012 3-D Hilbert Curves Available...Printed While You Wait Henry Segerman, as a research fellow at the University of...
10/28/2012 Foolin' with Your Visual Mind! A mathematics video in time for Halloween, though such may ...
10/21/2012 Does Your Vote Count? Again, the Presidential Election is now about two weeks a...
10/14/2012 Mathematics + Elections = Concerns and Lawsuits The Presidential Election almost is on us...an opportune ti...
10/7/2012 FREE NCTM Newsletter In a partnership with with SmartBrief, the National Cou...
9/30/2012 Vi Hart Takes on Irrational Numbers Previously, I suggested Vi Hart's creative doodle explorati...
9/23/2012 Golden Misconceptions...or Golden Miskepticisms? The MathNews for this week discusses the true/false aspects...
9/16/2012 Secrets of Mental Math...Explained Via the suggested Website for this week, you can watch Ar...
9/9/2012 A Ton of Interesting Mathematics for One Cent This week's resource is quite different from others. On e...
9/2/2012 Step A: Fold Paper in Half:....Goto Step A Let's start the year off with a video. This particular vide...
5/27/2012 Yes...The Future is Pretty Amazing! My son (B.J.), a software engineer, sent me the link to thi...
5/20/2012 Mirror, Mirror, ...Mathematical Mirror on the Wall... Continuing with last week's theme, I am constantly amazed b...
5/13/2012 Shining Gems of Geometry... True Value I am constantly amazed by authors and their ability to prod...
5/6/2012 Learning to Not-Learn Herbert Kohl is well-known as an educational author (writte...
4/29/2012 Nature by Numbers...Another Viewing I am repeating this review from two years ago...just in cas...
4/22/2012 Polyhedra Around Your Neck A student (C.W.) sent me the link to this website, with the...
4/15/2012 If Dr. Seuss Did Some Mathematics... We all "know" the quadratic formula. But, as PL (...
4/1/2012 March Madness Brackets ala Mathematics My idea of a resource is broad...texts, events, videos,...e...
3/25/2012 But I Want to be a Math Teacher! Life as a Math Teacher....and those who help produce Math...
3/18/2012 Conic Sections are Slices of a Cone...Duh! The conic sections...used but under-used! In my "olde&...
3/4/2012 Help! Visual Resources Needed Rather than overview a resource this week, I am sharing a...
2/26/2012 The Average of 30 and 40 is 70: The Student's World Life as a teacher....! Only a teacher really know what th...
2/19/2012 Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival Who was Julia Robinson? Do some review. What: The Ju...
2/12/2012 Use Math...Sure! This week's website We Use Math included both attractive ...
1/29/2012 Bang Your Head On a Desk or Chalkboard Teachers hear too many "predictable" questions,...
1/22/2012 Math Illuminating Sports Multiple columns on this website have focused on resources...
1/15/2012 Geometry in Art....FREE! Dick Termes, a well-known artist and creator of Termesphere...
1/8/2012 New Free Math Texts....BUT...! In the past, I have provided web-links to copies of old m...
12/4/2011 Paradoxes Under the Covers This week's Website focused on paradoxes. As mentioned in t...
11/27/2011 Seven Billion....+1 This week's video is a resource that should create discussi...
11/20/2011 The Calculus of Friendship Earns an A This week's book has raised much interest. I heard about it...
11/13/2011 A Handbook for Math Tutors and Tutees In a previous web site recommendation (repeated for this ...
11/6/2011 PME-NA 2010...Can Be Helpful! Teachers try to teach mathematics. Students try to learn ma...
10/23/2011 Alles Mathematik (Perhaps) Mathematics teachers often (i.e. always) make the claim tha...
10/16/2011 Ready...Video...Action...MATHEMATICS! is known primarily for its offering of a national math con...
10/9/2011 Gapminder to the Rescue The suggested website for this week shows Swedish academi...
10/2/2011 Brain Games Explored...But Not In My House Often, mathematical problem solving is equated to "b...
9/25/2011 Loving + Hating Mathematics I have always been a fan of Reuben Hersh's mathematical wri...
9/18/2011 When an Opportunity Becomes a Resource... The following announcement was sent out by the American M...
9/11/2011 Make a Mathematical Quilt....Moi? As follow-up to browsing the Mathematical Quilts website, y...
9/4/2011 FREE On-line AI Course Attracts More Than 135,000 Students Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig, Stanford professors, ar...
5/29/2011 Sending Math Notation Via E-Mails Anyone who has sent mathematics notation via an e-mail prob...
5/22/2011 Direct Your GPS to Find GSP Help Consider Theorem 3.14: Dynamic geomemetrical software (e.g....
5/15/2011 Jing, SnagIt....The New Lingo! At times, I will review or suggest resources that others ha...
5/8/2011 Falling Dominos: Math and Visualization Beget Art This week's resource perhaps should be viewed as a "re...
4/24/2011 MATHEMATICS and art Mathematics through Art....or is it Art through Mathematics...
4/17/2011 Pondering Imponderables Life presents imponderables...if we notice them. Math to th...
4/10/2011 MAM...What Are You Doing? If you missed the headlines in newspapers and evening TV ne...
4/3/2011 Ye Olde Mathematics Texts Last week, I recommended browses of an old text from 1886, ...
3/27/2011 One Lady's Romance with Mathematics I admit it. I love unusual mathematics books, especially if...
3/20/2011 Everything You Wanted to Know About Math But.... Several weeks ago, I reviewed the text The Mathematics that...
2/27/2011 My Mathematics For a Poem If asked to name a book that includes both the words "...
2/20/2011 Do You Know The Mathematics You Need to Know? Routledge has recently released Alan Sultan and Alice Art...
2/13/2011 MoreViHartDoodlingMathematics! Last week, I suggested Vi Hart's creative doodle exploratio...
2/6/2011 Elephractals? It is great when people send me information that can be sha...
1/23/2011 Go OrigamiUSA! Last week's resource was Thomas Hull's Origami3. The sponso...
1/16/2011 Mathematics of Origami As follow-up to viewing the documentary Between the Folds, ...
1/9/2011 Is Mathematics Linear? Via Prezi, one can create web-based presentations on a two-...
1/2/2011 Math, Art, and a World of Fun! Looking for ways to connect mathematics and art? Even if yo...
12/5/2010 Binary Take Two: African Mathematics A previous MathNEXUS website review (of sorts) suggested a ...
11/28/2010 Are You One of the Mathy Folk...Who Needs a Joke? I know your problem...and a possible cure. You are not gett...
11/21/2010 Rich NRICH Shares the Wealth Monthly editions of NRICH provide both students and teacher...
11/14/2010 A "Reader's Digest" Version of Mathematics History? This summer P.L. (Portland) wrote to me with the suggestion...
11/7/2010 Has Anything Changed? We teach mathematics...something that has been done for a l...
10/31/2010 Statistical Trick or Treat Teaching statistics can be fun...and/or frustrating. How ca...
10/17/2010 A New FREE On-Line Journal More and more free mathematics education journal are be...
10/10/2010 How to Avoid Algebraic Paralysis Being a bibliophile, I am attracted to books with unusual t...
10/3/2010 More Arithmetic In the Quotation section for this week, I shared my favorit...
9/26/2010 The Book-Version of The Cryptoclub My MathLint for this week discusses the work of Janet Bei...
9/19/2010 CSMC Re-Considered Last week, I suggested a report issued by the Center for th...
9/12/2010 STEM etc What a lengthy name: Considering the Future of K-12 STEM Cu...
9/5/2010 Eureka! A Play When discussing or recommending things, I usually try to ed...
5/30/2010 Martin Gardner Reading List: Required! Martin Gardner wrote a lot of interesting books dealing w...
5/16/2010 Massaging the Message Bob Hazen suggested this video on a MathForum listserve, wi...
5/9/2010 Are You A Number Freak? Special people love playing with numbers, savoring their ...
5/2/2010 Confident in Confidence Intervals? D.E. (Seattle) passed on this note: "A couple of gre...
4/25/2010 Mathletics Revisited Multiple columns on this website have focused on resources...
4/11/2010 Nature by Numbers...The Video! J.H. (Anacortes) first suggested this video. I had not hear...
4/4/2010 Saving Mathematics Education...Thinking and Sense Making! Contrasting directly with last week's suggested book The Sh...
3/28/2010 One, Two, Tie My Shoe... Being a bibliophile, I am especially attracted to books wit...
3/14/2010 Juggling With Geometry Going beyond the juggling of numbers, some performers use g...
3/7/2010 It's Time for To celebrate PI-Day, why not do something special with your...
2/28/2010 Tao...Our Current Prince of Mathematicians! The suggested video for this month is quite different than ...
2/21/2010 Mathmaticious Repeticious In the making of YouTube videos in a mathematics context, a...
2/14/2010 Sitting at Dave's Tables Originally called Dave's Math Tables, the website Math2.org...
2/7/2010 Another Mathematics Education Journal...FREE on-line! Another free mathematics education journal? And yet ano...
1/31/2010 Algebra for Athletes? Being a bibliophile, I am especially attracted to books wit...
1/24/2010 Who Survives Derives? In the making of YouTube videos in a mathematics context, a...
1/17/2010 Do You Dare/Care to Try These Out? Since last week's review focused on several free online...
1/10/2010 For Those Calculating Souls Who Tend to Lose Things... Mathematics teachers always like free things...it is pa...
1/3/2010 Fido the Magician This week's resource is narrow-in-focus but is offered ju...
12/13/2009 All Eyes on Many Eyes The Math News for this week shows a visual representati...
12/6/2009 Gifted in Math As an aide to those of you doing last minute gift shopping ...
11/29/2009 Open Your View of Mathematics Education to a World View In 1908, the International Commission on Mathematical I...
11/22/2009 All The News Fit to Print (in Mathland) I know it is difficult...waiting each week for the next u...
11/15/2009 The Headlines: K-12 Education Should Include Engineering Following up on this headline, ScienceDaily (Sept. 10, ...
11/8/2009 What Would John Nash Do? My son, B.J. (Portland, OR) forwarded me an interesting v...
11/1/2009 Calculating Prodigies The trick was invented by Maurice Dagbert, a calculating ...
10/25/2009 Yet Another Free On-Line Journal Another free mathematics education journal? And yet ano...
10/18/2009 MyMathSpace.come This past summer, I corresponded with Fawn Nguyen, math...
10/11/2009 KenKen vs. Sudoko The craze over Sudoko is well-established, as mentioned i...
10/4/2009 I Don't Know...I'm Not A Mathematician J.M. (Bellingham, WA) forwarded me an interesting video lin...
9/27/2009 You Understand Probability, Probably? The website reviewed this week was Loci, an online public...
9/20/2009 A Free On-Line Journal of Value In the Fall of 2007, mathematics education faculty at G...
9/6/2009 Video Version of an Old Math Joke Begin by re-visiting the Math Humor on MathNEXUS for Septem...
8/30/2009 Some Favorite Resources In the past four years, MathNEXUS has discussed slightly le...
5/31/2009 Find That Error! (For Calculus Students-Plus) Those of you who teach AP Calculus courses are wonderin...
5/24/2009 Promoting Critical Thinking on Global Issues: Sustainability and Positive Solutions Facing the Future, a non-profit organization in Seattle (WA...
5/17/2009 Infinity and Beyond...Even More! Two weeks ago, the focus was on text resources about the ma...
5/10/2009 How to Think/Make a Termesphere The MathNEWS part of this issue of MathNEXUS describes Di...
5/3/2009 Infinity and Beyond! This was the e-mail question as asked: I was having a discuss...
4/26/2009 The Life of Pi The Internet provides access to a wealth of resources previ...
3/29/2009 The Meaning Of Amblygon Is On The Tip Of My Tongue..... Ever want to know what a math word means...its etymology...or...
3/22/2009 A Plethera of Geometric Models Seeing mathematical models help students in many ways, rang...
3/15/2009 How To Answer Real-World Questions Using Mathematics You know the scenario: A parent or community member stops y...
3/8/2009 It's Time for To celebrate PI-Day, why not do something special with your...
3/1/2009 ICME-10...Read All About It! You might remember my previous announcement for the Interna...
2/22/2009 Comparisons Galore Speaking of books about data and measurements for the past ...
2/15/2009 Feed Your Data Appetite Data is everywhere....and it is fun to explore. And, a prim...
2/8/2009 Get Your Mathematics T-Shirt Today To reach students, mathematics teachers need a myriad of re...
2/1/2009 More On The Science of Sports Previous columns have reviewed resourses specific to mathem...
1/25/2009 Numbers Galore and Their Meaning Think of the numbers that surround you...and that you use d...
1/18/2009 The Science of Sports Previous columns have included reviews of resourses specifi...
1/11/2009 Proof-By-Colors Euclid Math Lint for this week discusses Oliver Byrne's version of...
1/4/2009 Logic Only a Geek Would Understand or Use I am not sure of my own position relative to this week's re...
12/14/2008 Math Gifts for the Holidays As an aide to those of you doing last minute gift shopping ...
12/7/2008 Looking For A Connection? Looking for a way to bring in real-world uses of mathemat...
11/30/2008 el requisito uno When trying to explain a concept in mathematics to a classr...
11/23/2008 Abstract Mathematics Is..... The whole idea of Astounding Math Stories captured my a...
11/16/2008 Pi In The Sky Pi In The Sky is a FREE on-line journal aimed at high sc...
11/9/2008 Open Source = Opportunity? "Open Source" is the growing buzz-word in the...
11/2/2008 Do I Hear Echoes of The William Tell Overture? Mathematics teachers are finding the current times challe...
10/5/2008 The Real NUMB3RS Last week, the reviews of resources and websites focused on...
9/28/2008 NUMB3RS is Back The new television season is here...and with it, new episod...
9/21/2008 Help In Mathematics For The Visually-Impaired Mathematics is a very visual subject, dependant on one's ...
9/14/2008 Need a Graph? Mathematics teachers always have the need to make a graph a...
9/7/2008 More Opportunities to Guesstimate If you like books such as last week's review of Guesstimati...
8/31/2008 Step 1: Guess! Any idea how many people are picking their noses right no...
6/8/2008 A Resource For Teaching Middle School Girls The review of a website for this week looks at Danica McKe...
6/1/2008 Thank You, Tom Lehrer...From All Mathematics Teachers! Tom Lehrer is a paradox of sorts...or perhaps a chameleon...
5/11/2008 New Dilemma: Universal Book vs. the Internet An old song claimed: "The times they are a changing......
4/27/2008 Mathematics Education Within the IAE-pedia The website reviewed for this week is David Moursund's IAE-...
4/20/2008 The Statistical Side of Baseball The previous resource review was about a book that revealed...
4/6/2008 The Baseball Season Has Arrived.... It is spring...perhaps your break is over and school is bac...
3/30/2008 Pi In The Key Of E Sometimes these reviews of resources get too practical......
3/23/2008 Females + Mathematics ...An "Additional" Resource Last week's review of resources focused on two books that p...
3/16/2008 Females + Mathematics = ? It is important that all mathematics students see positive ...
3/9/2008 It's Time for To celebrate PI-Day, why not do something special with your...
3/2/2008 A New Game For Dominoes Robert Bosch, mathematics professor at Oberlin College (Obe...
2/24/2008 octm In past reviews, I have recommended web sites for profess...
2/17/2008 A Free Resource That Can Create Discussion Want a free 108-page book....that addresses the concerns of e...
2/10/2008 More Student Valentines ala Mathematics In previous years, I mentioned how a local mathematics teac...
2/3/2008 Free Geometry Software Is Good...But Is It Useful? Dynamic geometry software have become one of the best tools...
1/27/2008 A Math Thought A Day Keeps.... Some claim that mathematics is all around us...or is it tha...
1/21/2008 Students Thinking Like Mathematicians: Good or Bad? Many mathematics teachers claim that they want their studen...
1/13/2008 Virtual Math Manipulatives Virtual Math Manipulatives? Good...bad...What are they? Man...
12/30/2007 The Meaning Of Amblygon Is On The Tip Of My Tongue..... Ever want to know what a math word means...its etymology...or...
12/9/2007 Mathematical Gifts As an aide to those of you doing last minute gift shopping ...
12/2/2007 MSTE Can Be a Good Four-Letter Word Because the Internet is filled with resources for mathemati...
11/25/2007 Examining the Percentages in Basketball It is winter...thanksgiving is over and school is back in s...
11/18/2007 Looking for Web 2.0: The Hot and Cold Game? The new age of the Internet is here! And, some of us (inc...
11/11/2007 Let's See More Raised Hands... Good questions are common in mathematics...and hopefully,...
11/4/2007 Math With a Laugh...Series(ly) The age-old question: What do you get when you cross a long...
10/28/2007 An Unexpected Pair of Words: African Fractals The term "fractals" has gained common status in m...
10/21/2007 Some Readings for a Rainy Weekend We teach mathematics...something that has been done for a lon...
10/14/2007 Are You Ready to Prepare for a Math Contest? Numerous mathematics contests for secondary students are held...
10/7/2007 Math and Art Revisted Complementing the idea of Symmetry and Pattern in Orienta...
9/30/2007 Donald Duck in Mathmagic Land....Now on DVD While you are in the mood for an animated movie (e.g. las...
9/23/2007 Flatland: The Movie......is Here! Some of you may remember reading Flatland: A Romance in ...
9/16/2007 Football, Mathematics, and Science It is fall...school is back in session...and for some, all ...
9/9/2007 Puzzles, Magic, Problems... Erich Friedman's web site provides you with a myriad of res...
9/2/2007 Math and Poetry ala Rabbits Want an unusual way to start your math classes this fall? F...
8/26/2007 Resource Recap In the past two years, MATHNEXUS has discussed slightly les...
6/17/2007 Re-review...Did You Read This Book...Highly Recommended? Interesting mathematics books abound. Unfortunately, I am no...
6/10/2007 Putting Newton and Leibniz on the Witness Stand Those who have delved even briefly into the history of math...
6/3/2007 Ambiguity + Paradox + Contradiction = Mathematics Continuing with books to read during the summer, I next s...
5/27/2007 A Book to Read...Think About...and Believe! Summer is coming...and you need a good mathematics book t...
5/20/2007 MathTools Rules!! The very first web site reviewed on MATHNEXUS was The Math...
5/13/2007 RubiStar-- I Wonder....RubiStar-- I Might.... In my review of the web site 4Teachers.org, the option of...
5/6/2007 Why Take Math? This letter from a graduate student was innocent: Dear D...
4/29/2007 1 2/3 Cents per Poster...A Good Deal? Do you want to bring more ideas from the history of mathema...
4/22/2007 World's Hardest Sliding-Block Puzzle First, go to Quzzle to try your hand at solving the problem...
4/15/2007 Bridging The Teaching Gap This week's suggested resource differs from past suggesti...
4/8/2007 Tetromino Tennis? In the mid-1980's at a conference in Sofia, Bulgaria (of all ...
3/25/2007 A Way to Beat the Classroom Clock Watcher Base Two has arrived.... You have perhaps crossed paths ...
3/18/2007 Be a Rubik Rube Some people spend hours memorizing thousands of digits of...
3/11/2007 It's Time for To celebrate PI-Day, why not do something special with your...
3/4/2007 Throwing Hotdogs to Calculate Pi's Value The web site tells it all. You actually can calculate an ...
2/25/2007 Giving You a Puzzle Nuzzle The web site Puzzles.com is "about Tricky and Clever P...
2/18/2007 Enter the Pentomino Contest The web site Pentomino Project was started in 1999 in Belgu...
2/11/2007 Mathematics: Language of Valentine's Day One year ago, I mentioned how a local mathematics teacher c...
2/4/2007 e-Day This week's opening News proposes the idea that mathematics c...
1/28/2007 Lights! Cameras! Mathematics! Action! Students often mention examples of mathematics being used (o...
1/21/2007 Circular Reasoning Measurement concepts are difficult for students of all ages...
1/14/2007 Grid Links Re-Visited This month's resource can prove to be a great aide to mathe...
1/7/2007 Do the Doodle Dome One never knows what treasures can be found at garage sales...
12/31/2006 Mathematics is.... A Mathematician does.... In line with the making of New year's Resolutions, why no...
12/17/2006 White Board Math Tools...Necessary? This may seem like an unnecessary review, as you may all kn...
12/10/2006 For the Math Anxious... Multiplication is vexation, Division is just as bad; Th...
12/3/2006 According to.... Do you ever find yourself searching for the right phrase to...
11/26/2006 Gifts Every Math Teacher Would Want (to give) Last week's site focused on Escher products for sale. You p...
11/19/2006 The Gift of M.C. Escher I know...this is a grant-funded site (i.e. not for profit)....
11/12/2006 High School Reform..and Its Echoes High School Reform. Three "big" words that have bee...
11/5/2006 AMS Posters The American Mathematics Society is offering a special p...
10/29/2006 Making Deep Math Connections The NCTM Professional Process Standards state that teachers...
10/22/2006 Telling Math Stories Teaching mathematics is so much more than the sharing of fa...
10/15/2006 Infinity on the Radio Last week it was an old movie. And now it is an archived ra...
10/8/2006 Powers of Ten ala October 10 Powers of Ten. You might have heard of explorations of this...
10/1/2006 What Zome Fun? Technically, Zome tools are based on a version of the "...
9/24/2006 Jeopardy in Math Classrooms When I was a middle school math teacher, most of my studen...
9/17/2006 New Lies In the 1990s, John Paulos made it big time as an mathematicia...
9/10/2006 Double-Lie Last week, Darrell Huff's classic text How to Lie with St...
9/3/2006 Lie is a Four-Letter Word Darrell Huff's How to Lie with Statistics (1954, revised ...
8/27/2006 Mathematics and Its Symbols...Meaning? History? As mentioned in my Math Lint for this week, being able to com...
6/25/2006 Fibonacci was a Scrapbooker! So how will you spend your summer? Why not join a current c...
6/18/2006 Summer Mathematics It is almost summer break. Perhaps you are teaching summer ...
6/11/2006 How to Study How-to-study.com is dedicated to providing students with ...
6/4/2006 You Can Count on It! Luis Fernandes has put together an interesting web site d...
5/28/2006 What's the Meaning of...? As a language involving both words and symbols, mathematic...
5/21/2006 Calculus ala Carte Students taking a calculus course can always benefit from som...
5/7/2006 A Prime Resource Prime numbers play a "prime" role in mathematics; s...
4/30/2006 Results of a Re-Search of Research Results (Part 2) In January, I recommended a free resource, that used "so...
4/23/2006 Results of a Re-Search of Research Results (Part 1) In January, I recommended a free resource, that used "so...
4/16/2006 The Meaning Of Amblygon Is On The Tip Of My Tongue..... Ever want to know what a math word means...its etymology...or...
4/2/2006 Lego Sculptures Legos....a favorite toy for kids, so that their parents can...
3/26/2006 Mathematics History ala Hawking Stephen Hawking, a theoretical physicist, is best known as an...
3/19/2006 Serendipity in Proportion Human Proportions for Artists (2005) perhaps is a book unkn...
3/12/2006 Two Great Pi Resources Whenever I want to know something about number pi, the firs...
3/5/2006 e+1=0 Supposedly discovered by Leonard Euler in the 18th century,...
2/26/2006 Mathematical Fiction (Part 4) This last entry in my four-part review of mathematical litera...
2/19/2006 Mathematical Fiction (Part 3) Again, in line with the theme and my two previous reviews, ...
2/12/2006 Mathematical Fiction (Part 2) In line with the theme and my previous review of Alex Kasma...
2/5/2006 Mathematical Fiction (Part 1) In one of my past reviews of websites (September, 2005), th...
1/29/2006 FLATLAND...A Fourth View (Science Fiction and Articles) Time for a final discussion of my old favorite FLATLAND: A ...
1/22/2006 FLATLAND...Encounters of the Third Kind (Websites) And continuing the discussion of my old favorite FLATLAND: ...
1/8/2006 FLATLAND Revisited (The Movie and Sequels) Continuing with the discussion on my old favorite FLATLAND: A...
1/1/2006 FLATLAND...The Classic (Free On-Line Copies) Every mathematics teacher and many students should read the...
12/16/2005 A Interesting Text Interesting mathematics books abound. Unfortunately, I am no...
11/13/2005 Odd Titles At the recent Northwest Mathematics Conference in Portl...
10/18/2005 Grid Links This month's resource can prove to be a great aide to mathe...
10/2/2005 Numbers Made Real Just in case you missed browsing through this issue at your...
9/1/2005 Mathematics Teacher Issue: August 2005 The arrival of the fall issue of the Ma...
8/1/2005
How The Other Half Thinks: Adventures in Mathematical Reasoning
Author: Sherman Stein Ever play with the Buffon Needle pro...

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