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5/30/2015 Revisiting Websites To Like and Use...At Least By Myself! One final suggested website...view the recent release of th...
3/8/2015 The Sound of Pi Plus This web site will help get you and your students into the ...
3/1/2015 Buffon Needle Experiment--Resources This week's review of web sites relates to the Buffon Nee...
2/22/2015 Fermi Problems (Prompted by An Actual Letter) Dear MATHNEXUS, I am really trying to hit hard on number sen...
2/15/2015 Church of the Right Answer The title for this blog caught my eye. Read it....as it h...
2/8/2015 Dot and the Line: A Classic for Valentines Day Some of you may remember reading The Dot and the Line: A ...
2/1/2015 Where Are e-tudes When You Need Them? This web site will help get you and your students into th...
1/25/2015 A Visual Proof to Behold! Visual proofs are great, especially when they are of th...
1/11/2015 Numbers are Special! Think about the numbers 26, 40, 67, 77, 162, or 7807. Why ...
1/4/2015 Phi's "Digital" Music In the Key of e This web site will help get you and your students into th...
12/14/2014 Mathematical Winter Holiday First, I am aware that this is a website based at a public ...
12/7/2014 A Plethora of Math Videos A few weeks ago, I reviewed access to a "plethora...
11/30/2014 Tom Lehrer...and His Gift For Mathematical Satire My Resource Review for this week discusses Tom Lehrer and...
11/23/2014 Plethora of Math History Videos Consider the history of mathematics. In the past, Math...
11/9/2014 The "Olde" Resource You Have Always Wanted! In the past ten years, you perhaps have enjoyed some of the...
10/26/2014 Ancient and Classical Mathematics Many web sites on the history of mathematics are available....
10/19/2014 Four 4's Before Today's Date In my first year of teaching, I posed the four 4's problem ...
10/12/2014 Peanuts Software Some of the best things in life are free. A prime exampl...
10/5/2014 Euclid's Elements In 1996, D.E. Joyce (Clark University) constructed an interes...
9/28/2014 Waves of Fascination: Hex-Nuts, Bowling Balls, and Billiard Balls I have shared a video on the phenomenon of pendulum wave mo...
9/21/2014 Anamorphic Art Revisited Anamorphic art seems to be a secret passed on by people, yet ...
9/14/2014 Math Munch....With Delight! You might start by viewing the TED talk recommended in this...
6/1/2014 How Old is Your Name? Names are important, as they are labels for people we know ...
5/25/2014 Math God in Person(s) YouTube is becoming saturated by music videos produced by m...
5/18/2014 Correlation vs. Coincidence vs. Fun! Many people have helped me on this website by alerting me t...
5/11/2014 George Hart Revisted The artist George Hart has been mentioned multiple times on...
5/4/2014 Settling the Rent Argument In the New York Times this past week, Albert Sun's article ...
4/27/2014 Mathematics of Love As an odd twist, I had planned to present links to multiple...
4/20/2014 Yummy Math....For Student's To Connect With I must admit...after reviewing web resources weekly for th...
4/13/2014 Plus Earns A + Aimed at converting a combined audience of students and t...
4/6/2014 Math Animations Mathematics teachers (and even mathematics students) are ...
3/30/2014 March Madness....Three Games to Go Sometimes ideas come to late....Nonetheless, this week's su...
3/16/2014 Playing With The Flow of Pi, e, and Phi Before continuing, look at the Recommended Resource Review ...
3/2/2014 Poetry and Mathematics For too many, mathematics evokes negative feelings: harshne...
2/23/2014 Got a Creative Graph in Mind? Graphing functions or sets of data is a big idea in mathe...
2/16/2014 A Proof to Knock Your Socks Off! Just in case you skipped the opening page of MathNews for t...
2/9/2014 National Teachers Day: Tongue-in-Cheek View We are heading towards the celebration of National Teache...
1/26/2014 Factor Conga: A Visual Promenade of Numbers Since the time of the Pythagoreans, people have been intere...
1/19/2014 A First Step...Let Your Students Take the Second The Internet is overflowing with student work and projects,...
1/12/2014 S.O.S. MATHematics to the Rescue Mathematics students (and often mathematics teachers) are l...
12/1/2013 Math Nerd, Math Geek, and Math Dork The words "Math Nerd" or "Math Geek&quo...
11/24/2013 What to Learn More About Mathematics & Computing? For the past two months, I have suggested videos offered ...
11/17/2013 If Only I Could Remember How To.... I have mixed feelings about "comprehensive" resourc...
11/10/2013 Take a Visit to Zona Land In 1995, Ed Zobel created Zona Land as a resource for stude...
11/3/2013 Web Resources From Afar The week's website is mentioned for multiple reasons. Coord...
10/27/2013 Want to Learn Some More Math History? Last month, I suggested a great set of videos offered by ...
10/20/2013 Another First Step...Let Your Students Take the Second The week's website exists somewhat for historical purposes....
10/13/2013 Want to Learn Some Math History? More and more math-related videos are showing up on the web...
10/6/2013 Do The Eyeballing Game I guarantee you will enjoy this website...and it will both ...
9/29/2013 A Daily Math Newspaper...or Hourly? This week, the suggested link is perhaps a gem....but you...
9/22/2013 Hypercubes, a Galton Board, Plus a World of More... Often, we need a visual refresher regarding a mathematica...
9/15/2013 DEAF-CS: Deaf Educational Access For Computational Science Shodor, located in Durham (NC), is a national resource for...
9/8/2013 Follow (and Use) The Bouncing Ball Recently, I re-discovered a teaching idea suggested by Deni...
5/26/2013 True False Proofs...or Poofs The MathLint for this week shares an interesting proof (or ...
5/12/2013 Experiencing the Escher Game Perhaps you enjoy M.C. Escher's art, with its visual illusi...
5/5/2013 Is Your Favorite Number Popular? About four years ago, MathNEXUS reviewed NameVoyager, a ...
4/28/2013 Pi: Food For After Thoughts I know...Pi-Day has already passed. But, we can start getti...
4/21/2013 A Website That is More Than the Sum of Its Parts Some websites are just plain fun. And, when they involve ma...
4/14/2013 Multi-Levels to Keep All Happy Using Plato's Diamond as impetus, the Diamond 16 Puzzle was...
4/7/2013 Origamic Architecture: Build a Better Box! Mix origami, geometry, and architecture, and the result: ...
3/31/2013 Two Off-Hand Fillers Occasionally, I build up a list of web resources that do no...
3/24/2013 Time For a Time-Line When thinking about the history of mathematics, it is oft...
3/17/2013 Another Round of Applause for Math Chat My students keep me fresh, and their humor is infectious. M...
3/3/2013 Read Any Pilish Lately? Mike Keith, Salem (OR), is a mathematician, software engi...
2/24/2013 Have a Tough Math Question? In contrast to last week's recommended website, suppose y...
2/17/2013 Have a Math Question? Suppose you have a math question that you have been unabl...
2/10/2013 Math as a Cultural Experience...or Phenomena The Resource For This Week discusses the recent text Mathem...
1/27/2013 Going Around in Math Circles Perhaps you have heard about Math Circles....and I do not...
1/20/2013 Math 4 Teaching Erlina Ronda, a Philippine Mathematics Educator, seems to...
1/13/2013 Going Far Beyond Snow Angels Some web sites make me wonder...both at the visual images...
12/2/2012 The World's Ugliest Music You think you enjoy the intermixing of math and music? This...
11/25/2012 Step Right Up...Test Your Skills... You think you know your mathematicians? Can you identify th...
11/18/2012 Azad Explains a Joke Plus... First, review some previous humor regarding The Imaginary N...
11/11/2012 Unsolved Problems: An Informative Resource The Math News for this week discusses the "future ou...
11/4/2012 To Blog and Not to Blog, That is the Question Guillermo Bautista, University in the Philippines, is inv...
10/28/2012 Bed Time Math Problems? Consider Laura Bilodeau Overdeck, who has a BA in astroph...
10/21/2012 TED-Ed, I Said... In past issues on this website, I have recommended TED vi...
10/14/2012 Elections and Mathematics....and Trouble! We are nearing the November elections. Thus, given the many...
10/7/2012 Clap for Math Chat! My students keep me fresh, and their humor is infectious. M...
9/30/2012 Warning: This Website May Disturb You! Being around mathematics all the time, one develops a sense...
9/23/2012 You Draw Your Own Conclusions The MathNews for this week discusses the true/false aspects...
9/16/2012 Feats of Mental Mathemagic The web offers many videos...from which one can make a vi...
9/9/2012 What if Khan Academy was Made in Japan? This past week, a loyal reader and reflective math educator...
9/2/2012 A Problem-Solving Math-Pickle Paradise! A.D. (former student of mine who now teaches math in Tunis)...
5/27/2012 Middle School Math Includes Calculus? A link to links...to links. That is basically the focus of ...
5/20/2012 Looking for Olde Books Revealing the History of Mathematics An increasing number of on-line data bases are becoming ava...
5/13/2012 Need to Learn or Re-Learn Something? A previous week on MathNEXUS include a review of MIT Open...
5/6/2012 Another A-Research B-Log C-It Now! In the past, I have suggested a variety of blogs, some even w...
4/29/2012 GOTO: Wild About Math After a 25 year career in high tech, Sol Lederman left th...
4/22/2012 The Mozart Effect: Multiple Perspectives The MathNews for this week revisits the Mozart Effect, or t...
4/15/2012 Some Eat Candy...Eli Make Pictures With It In my recent calculus class, one of my students (R.H.) sugg...
4/8/2012 Recruited to be a Mathlete! Personally and professionally, I have mixed-feelings regard...
4/1/2012 March Madness Resources...One Game to Go Sometimes ideas come to late....Nonetheless, this week's su...
3/25/2012 DayTum: Your Personal Data Statistics surround us...but often, we are not collectors o...
3/18/2012 What Numbers Are Special to You? Interesting websites abound, with sometimes the mathematica...
3/4/2012 Makes the Grade of Phi Last week, the focus was on websites where Jiri Mruzek pres...
2/26/2012 Got Some Extra Time on Your Hands....? Beware....I suggest that you read no further.... Since you...
2/19/2012 Mr. Bean and the Calculus Exam After a class discussion, one of my students (W.H.) forward...
2/12/2012 We Use(d) Math Today...But What About Tomorrow? Mathematics teachers teach mathematics...but do they &quo...
1/29/2012 We Want to Further Mathematical Communication, BUT... Do you know how to pronouce the names of the mathematicia...
1/22/2012 Numbers, Problems...Daily Food I may have mentioned this before, but it needs mentioning...
1/15/2012 Do You Have a Brain? Prove It! BrainDen claims it is the "right place" to "...
1/8/2012 Take a Walk Through MIT Blossoms The MIT BLOSSOMS Initiative is a collaboration of intern...
12/4/2011 Paradox Crossing Paradoxes have always fascinated me. They seem to be true e...
11/27/2011 Finding Mathematics in a Suitcase of Dreams Interesting websites abound, with sometimes the mathematica...
11/20/2011 The Calculus of Friendship--Two Videos Time for a video. A short presentation that is meant to ent...
11/13/2011 Dave Moursund To The Rescue Once Again As mentioned in previous posts, the world of mathematics ...
11/6/2011 Meet the Turtle-Like Gömböc Math teachers have persistence. Even though knocked off-kil...
10/30/2011 I Write Like... The idea of stylometry fascinates me, with its use of stati...
10/23/2011 Wave Me Into Fascination Bob Robinson (well-known mathematics educator in the Seattl...
10/16/2011 What You Know About Math Time for a math-rap video, that will probably raise a smile...
10/9/2011 Statistics In Motion Thanks to MJ (Bellingham) who passed these two video link...
10/2/2011 GSP on the iPad...Plus.... Need that special tool? The Math Forum website has always ...
9/25/2011 (Football & Back-to-School) vs. (School & Back-to-Football) NBC Learn (NBC News' educational entity), the National Scie...
9/18/2011 Should Math Be Taught in Schools? A mathematics-themed video that will probably raise a smile...
9/11/2011 Mathematical Quilts Wandering through the county fair this past August, my wi...
9/4/2011 Follow The Math Forum Drexel University’s Math Forum provides resources, mate...
5/29/2011 Lurking on a Teacher's Website for Her Students Last week it was a glimpse at the math teaching resources o...
5/22/2011 Making Math Fun....Only $8 Robert Greenlee teaches mathematics and computer science at...
5/15/2011 A Puzzle Thought a Day...Some for Money! MathPuzzle.com is an unusual...but interesting web site. It...
5/8/2011 Baseball Statistics...Up Close and Personal Spring has arrived. The baseball season has arrived. And ...
5/1/2011 Bad Math, Good Math...Commands to a Mathematical Dog? Not sure how I found this website...but once found, I had t...
4/24/2011 CD--Dynamic Geometry--3D Last week's focus was GeoGebra, a dynamic geometry package ...
4/17/2011 GeoGebra: Blending Algebra and Geometry Some of you might remember Sunburst's Geometric Supposer se...
4/10/2011 Two Math Games..Playable by One For Fun Two years ago I recommended a Math-like game, Bloxorz, ...a...
4/3/2011 YouTube Without the Junk You probably have experienced the same problem. You find a ...
3/27/2011 Little Web-Barrels of Fun Past columns have reviewed websites that provide interest...
3/20/2011 New Source to Overdose with Problems Past columns recommended websites that provide interesting ...
3/13/2011 Plethora of Pi Music Last week, I suggested a web site to help get you and other...
2/20/2011 In Need of a Statistic Fix? Anyone who teaches statistics is probably on the look-out f...
2/13/2011 Read What Students Write Students need to write more...about mathematics. And, stude...
2/6/2011 There Are Pdf's Lurking Everywhere! The website for this week is an odd resource to suggest. ...
1/30/2011 The Singing Banana A rather odd website to discuss....The Singing Banana. Ev...
1/23/2011 Origami vs Traditional Greek Tools Last week, the review foused on the diverse aspects of orig...
1/16/2011 On-Line Origami and Mathematics The Internet contain a wealth of information involving or...
1/9/2011 Function Sense for a Few Cents You may be familiar with Judah Schwartz, emeritus Professor...
1/2/2011 Graeme McRae ...A Man I would Like to Meet Someday Home-grown web sites (i.e. not run by vendors) are fun to...
12/5/2010 Exploring the Mathematical Atlas The Internet continues to amaze me, as it is a wealth of hi...
11/28/2010 Problems To Overdose On Past columns recommended websites that provide interesting ...
11/21/2010 Next Time I will Understand.... Some where...some time...I overheard a mathematics teacher ...
11/14/2010 Will the Circle Square....Tune In Tomorrow... Several of my university students keep sending me to th...
11/7/2010 Be Wise, Wide Awake, and Lively! Despite the many claims, there is much that remains unknown...
10/31/2010 The Ugly Side of Life via Chris Jordan's Art Some websites need few comments from me...in fact, the less...
10/24/2010 MindCipher a Day Keeps.... MindCipher claims it is the "social repository of the ...
10/17/2010 Welcome, Walpha Wiki Approximately one year ago, I discussed the release of Wo...
10/10/2010 The Power of PHI Warning: On first view, you will conclude that this wee...
10/3/2010 Practice Makes Prove-It! Sometimes I mention websites that I personally am ambival...
9/26/2010 The On-Line Cryptoclub My MathLint for this week discusses the work of Janet Bei...
9/19/2010 Putting the Math in the Consumer As teachers, one issue we face is the need to have our stud...
9/12/2010 More On Lesson Study You have probably heard of professional development through...
9/5/2010 Listen Up...CalcGuy is Speaking.... The web site for this week has a very specific focus: "...
6/6/2010 A Summer Browse That Might Arouse.... In the past five years, MathNEXUS has provided overviews of...
5/30/2010 Get (and Read) Martin Gardner's Columns...Special Price! Relative to Martin Gardner, I have no favorite web site for...
5/16/2010 Some Words of Wisdom The web site for this week complements the resource for the...
5/9/2010 WhistlerAlley.com ...Thanks Paul The web site for this week is special to me for multiple re...
5/2/2010 Lot's of Links Don't know how...or why...but while browsing, I happened ...
4/25/2010 Sports Revisted Multiple columns on this website have focused on resources ...
4/18/2010 Search for Sanity Twenty-five years ago, I did not hear discussions about the...
4/11/2010 A Video A Day Clears the Math Cobwebs Away A few weeks ago, the web site The web site Interactive Simu...
4/4/2010 A Piece of History Many of Us Lived This week's Mathematician of the Week poses some question...
3/28/2010 A-Research B-Log C-It Now! In the past, I have suggested a variety of blogs, some even w...
3/14/2010 Stimulating Simulations M.S. (Blaine, WA) sent me a nice note with a suggested webs...
3/7/2010 The Sound of Pi This web site will help get you and your students into the ...
2/28/2010 A Puzzle A Day Keeps the Mental Cobwebs Away! D. D. (CT) sent me the link to this week's website, with th...
2/21/2010 Money In All Forms Sometimes someone sends me links to web sites that I find i...
2/14/2010 Great Resources From Down Under Rex Boggs may be a recognizable name, especially for thos...
2/7/2010 Blog 2 B'Read This week's website is being suggested early in its develo...
1/31/2010 Challenging Challege of the Week It is that time of year that mathematics teachers search for...
1/24/2010 Real-World Examples Written by the Real-World! PUMAS (pronounced "poo'-mas") is the acronym fo...
1/17/2010 Re-Illuminating Illuminations I would guess that most of you have heard of this week's we...
1/10/2010 Mathematical Art, Baseball, Prime Numbers, and Illogic Last week, I suggested the resource Mathematical Poet...
1/3/2010 I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as long division...Joyce Kilmer Frowns! To celebrate the new year, why not start your classes o...
12/13/2009 Public Television as a Partner in the Classroom Teacher's Domain provides online access to 1,000+ fre...
12/6/2009 New Twist on an Existing Website When deciding on which web sites should be reviewed, my c...
11/29/2009 History of Mathematics With No Excuses Consider Johnson's Theorem: Every math teacher should i...
11/22/2009 Math Games for Young Students Dr. Mike's Math Games for Kids is what it says it is....a...
11/15/2009 scientist video The above graphic describes a contest on "The Fut...
11/8/2009 Become a Pro at Problem-Posing MathPro Press is a website that more mathematics teache...
11/1/2009 Calculating Prodigiers on the Web The Resource for this week includes mention of Steven S...
10/25/2009 MATHguide With a Gaming Flavor The website MATHguide has been around since about 1999,...
10/18/2009 Making Visual Mathematics Visual Visual Mathematics (VM) is a FREE on-line journal publi...
10/11/2009 I Was 19th But Now am 320th! Warning: On first view, you will conclude that this wee...
10/4/2009 A Visit to the Zoo of Numbers Three years ago I recommended Archimedes Laboratory, ...
9/27/2009 I Say Loci Loci is the online publication of MathDL (for Mathemati...
9/20/2009 Had Your Nugget of Neatorama Today? It is always great to find out little tidbits of inform...
9/13/2009 The "End" Is Here.... To some, the "end" has arrived. That is the end...
5/31/2009 Bloxorz, the Game Perhaps many of you have played the game of Tetris, which w...
5/25/2009 Illusion of the Year Contest More than two years ago, I suggested a visit to the Ill...
5/10/2009 Wordle or Not? As if at an AA Meeting, I admit that I like off-beat web-si...
5/3/2009 Is Geometry Useful? David Eppstein, Computer Science Professor at the Universit...
4/26/2009 Math Art With a Twist of Surprise As mentioned last week, mathematics is cold and austere to ...
4/19/2009 Mathematical Poetry To some, mathematics is cold and austere. To others (with p...
4/12/2009 Interesting Geometry Website? Somehow I think geometry (at least its spirit) is getting l...
3/29/2009 Revisiting Euclid's Elements In 1996, D.E. Joyce (Clark University) constructed Euclid's E...
3/22/2009 Pythagorean Theorem ala the Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Probably all of you have seen the original version of The...
3/15/2009 Visual Encyclopedia of Sorts Things on the Internet continue to amaze me, as I wonder wh...
3/8/2009 The Sound of Pi This web site will help get you and your students into the ...
3/1/2009 Get It While You Can..... Note: This is a reprint of a MathNEXUS review done three ye...
2/22/2009 Student Blogs on the History of Mathematics One of my passions is the history of mathematics, thus my d...
2/15/2009 Creatures Riding a Sine Wave Just in case some visitors think this web site takes things...
2/8/2009 10-Minute Math Some of you may remember the pi-rap-video suggested last ye...
2/1/2009 Do You Listen to the NPR Math Guy? The Internet offers so much in the areas of mathematics a...
1/25/2009 Zoned for Kids The NCES Kids' Zone is an unusual web site in many ways. It...
1/18/2009 Mathematical Gizmos Mathematics teachers are always looking for software that c...
1/11/2009 Mathematics in Hockey, Tennis, Soccer, Volleyball Etc. The Resource for next week includes mention of Alain Hach...
1/4/2009 Applet a Day Keeps Math Misunderstandings Away Manipula Math With Java offers about 280 interactive, ani...
12/14/2008 And After 17, More Primes Surface Last week, the web site reviewed was about Prime Curios, wh...
12/7/2008 Hunting Down the Curious Number 17 This week's Math Problem focused on an interesting pattern...
11/30/2008 A Blog That Makes Sense In the past, I have suggested a variety of blogs. It is time...
11/23/2008 Street Mathematics and Street Graffiti In this week's Math Lint and multiple Math Humor sections ...
11/16/2008 The Answer to "Where Can I Find...?" Mathematics Departments at many colleges and universities o...
11/9/2008 Mapping the Landscape of Mathematics Those who enjoy or need the visual side of mathematics cert...
11/2/2008 Putting the "Fun" in "Math Facts" Looking for interesting mathematical tidbots, curios, trivi...
10/26/2008 Calculus...More Help!! Two weeks ago, a calculus-focused web site was discussed,...
10/19/2008 Web Resources on Mathematics and Elections The Review of Resources for this week is a listing of art...
10/12/2008 Calculus....Help! If you teach calculus (AP, non-AP, etc.), you are probabl...
10/5/2008 Mathematics in Solving Crimes The Resource review for this week focuses on using math...
9/28/2008 NUMB3RS In US3 As mentioned in the Resource review for this week, you c...
9/21/2008 Eclectic Personified Like last week, this week's web site has both plus and minu...
9/14/2008 Putting the "Teacher" Back in "You" Trying to ride on the coat tails of the phenomenon known ...
9/7/2008 The Big Move: 9-12 to 13-14 A continuing concern is improving the transition of studen...
8/31/2008 Websites To Like and Use...At Least By Myself! In the past three years, MATHNEXUS has provided overviews o...
6/8/2008 Danica McKellar Revisited Danica McKellar. Recognize the name? Currently playing a s...
5/11/2008 Who Is Kate Okikiolu...
and What Important History Does She Represent?
How many mathematicians can you name, alive or deceased? Ho...
4/20/2008 A Diet of Baseball Data To Meet Every Statistics Appetite The Resources for this week are texts that focus on the s...
4/6/2008 Baseball ala Mathematics The Resource for this week is Ken Ross's book Mathematici...
3/30/2008 Play It Again, Sam The resource review for this week provides "sonified...
3/23/2008 History of Female Mathematicians The best web site for finding information about the history...
3/16/2008 And More Mathematical Puzzles to Solve... A recent review on MathNexus focused on a website full of p...
3/9/2008 They Are Playing My Pi Song! This web site will help get you and your students into the ...
3/2/2008 A New Puzzle To Start Your Day... Looking for some additional resources with interesting puzz...
2/24/2008 Jim Reed's A Winner! The world of mathematics education is lucky... because so...
2/17/2008 A Mathematical Quotation Server Do you ever find yourself searching for the right phrase to...
2/10/2008 Serendipity with Cut Paper The word "serendipity" is a good description fo...
2/3/2008 Review Those Test Blues Away.... It seems whichever way mathematics teachers and their stude...
1/27/2008 How Would You Define Algebra for a Young Student? In a past "issue" of the weekly content for...
1/20/2008 Balanced Assessment: Possible? For ten years (1993 to 2003), the Balanced Assessment in ...
1/13/2008 Cut-The-Knot My special thank you to Mr. Alexander Bogomolny, a form...
12/16/2007 Peanuts Recycled Some of the best things in life are free. A prime exam...
12/9/2007 One Way to Smooth Transitions to College Mathematics Much discussion is occuring regarding the transition of hig...
12/2/2007 Athletes Making Sports Connections Last week, the reviewed web sites provided connections spec...
11/25/2007 Exploring Hoop Dreams with Mathematics The Resource for this week is the book Basketball on Pape...
11/18/2007 Math in the News...Read All About It! You would never guess it by reading your local newspaper....
11/11/2007 Playing with M(3326400) Previously, I provided a review of Carlos Rivera and his...
11/4/2007 Math Errors Personified Perhaps last week's review did not satisfy your appetite ...
10/28/2007 e.g. The 0.99 Cents Syndrome We have all seen it...but usually only mathematics teache...
10/21/2007 Seeing Data in a New Way Some websites need few comments from me...in fact, the less...
10/14/2007 Are You Up For a Contest? Numerous mathematics contests for secondary students a...
10/7/2007 Symmetry to Walk On Mathematics teachers always look for that special idea or...
9/30/2007 Hark...I Hear A Mathematical Function Sing! Ever hear about "Sonification"...no pun intende...
9/23/2007 The Dot and The Line...A Classic! Some of you may remember reading The Dot and the Line: A ...
9/16/2007 Fall for Football...with Mathematics The Resource for this week is the book The Physics of Fot...
9/9/2007 Periodic Table of Mathematicians? Erich Friedman's web site provides you with a myriad of res...
9/2/2007 Architecture and Mathematics This is only a 7/8-hearted recommendation, unless you have ...
8/26/2007 Website Wonder(fulls) In the past two years, MATHNEXUS has provided overviews of ...
6/10/2007 Lesson Plans of Quality? A great number of web sites offer access to FREE! lesson p...
6/3/2007 A Problem A Day Keeps the Z's Away! It is that time of year that mathematics teachers search for...
5/27/2007 One Sphere = Two Spheres = Four Spheres =.... Before you continue reading about the websites below, pleas...
5/20/2007 The Simpsons ala Mode Blend two we things we enjoy.....mathematics and The Simp...
5/13/2007 The Teacher's Swiss Army Knife As best I can tell, the Advanced Learning Technologies in...
5/6/2007 Calculus Graphics and Applets Douglas Arnold is the Director of the Institute for Mathe...
4/29/2007 Mathematical Sanity...We All Need It! Twenty-five years ago, I did not hear discussions about the...
4/15/2007 Are You Ready....to Enter the World of a Termesphere? Art and mathematics. The two disciplines fit quite well t...
4/8/2007 Numbers by Paint This week's web site is rather odd and could be used to t...
4/1/2007 Have a Great Weekend of Browsing! Occasionally, serendipity (and luck) leads me to the door...
3/25/2007 The Group Group The focus for this week's website(s) is quite unusual...and...
3/18/2007 The Institute for Figuring What a great name for an educational organization and its...
3/11/2007 Pi Daze Revisited Wolfram's Math World is a great internet resource when Pi-D...
2/25/2007 Making Impossible Sculptures Possible Last week's focus was the world of impossible figures. Th...
2/18/2007 After Illusions Come the Impossible Last week's focus was a contest involving the creation of...
2/11/2007 illusions contest Before the above contest occurs, you might want to look...
2/4/2007 Math in the Movies, Take Two This week's review is a follow-up to last week's review. B...
1/28/2007 Math in the Movies, Take One The resource for this week reviews Sheldon Erickson's Movie ...
1/21/2007 Misc2 This week's review of web sites is offered as a set of dive...
1/14/2007 Chalk Art of Julian Beever In previous content on this website, I have shared some nea...
1/7/2007 Mathematics English-Style Mathematics teachers in the United States should be aware...
12/31/2006 math.com Supported by Leap of Faith Financial Services in Canada (...
12/17/2006 Caveat Emptor and Caveat Venditor Not sure how I feel about the subject of this week's re...
12/10/2006 Fascinating Fractal Explorations Several weeks ago, the notion of spirolaterals was introduc...
12/3/2006 You Can Count On Count On Last week, the web site Count On was mentioned, via its d...
11/26/2006 Spirolaterals Revisited Last week, the notion of spirolaterals was introduced, prov...
11/19/2006 Spirolaterals ala Carte About thirty years ago, someone introduced me to the idea o...
11/12/2006 CEMC Dean Murray, math professor at the Univerity of Waterloo ...
11/5/2006 Stereograms, See! Stare intently at the picture TeaPot. Can you see the hidde...
10/29/2006 Slates, Slide Rules, and Software Some of you may remember software? That was the thing we wo...
10/22/2006 OSPI Redux In addition to WSMC and NCTM, mathematics teachers in Was...
10/15/2006 Washington State Mathematics Council Mathematics teachers in Washington State should have a bo...
10/8/2006 Go (Self)Fish This review of a website is selfish in that it is as much...
10/1/2006 Listening In Some web sites make me uncomfortable, in that they provide ...
9/24/2006 Real Math ala Paulos A web site for ABC News has a special section devoted to ...
9/17/2006 Curious Math = Attitude CuriousMath is just that: curious math...with an attitude...
9/10/2006 Geometry Play: Multiple Acts Every once and a while you stumble across something really ...
9/3/2006 Belie A Lie In line with the resource being reviewed this week, this ...
8/27/2006 Archimedes' Laboratory To start the year off, consider the fun web site Archimed...
6/25/2006 Mathematical Models of the Visual Kind In contrast to last week's suggestion, it is necessary to...
6/18/2006 Blog B-weird Summer's here...Time to suggest a weird experience. The web...
6/11/2006 Problem Solving Resources Mathematics teachers are always looking for new and interest...
6/4/2006 A Step Backwards Can Make a Big Difference! Weekly, for the past nine months, web sites have been reviewe...
5/28/2006 Illuminations Illuminated I would guess that most of you have heard of this week's we...
5/21/2006 An Applet a Day Keeps the Math Worries Away At our recent mini-conference on calculus, Daniel Heath (ma...
5/14/2006 CT4ME The web site for the Computing Technology for Math Excellen...
5/7/2006 Ask Danica a Math Question... Danica McKellar. Recognize the name? Currently playing the...
4/30/2006 The Music of Numbers Music and mathematics....this is quite different than the m...
4/23/2006 Thoughts for Your Penny In line with my Math Lint rant about Scott Travers' efforts...
4/16/2006 Cultures Personified Aided by NSF funded projects, Ron Eglash (Rensselaer Polytech...
4/9/2006 Have I Got a Tercentennial For You! In about one year, on April 15th, 2007, the birthday of Leonh...
3/26/2006 Mathematics News ala Italy Want to have access to a e-newspaper about mathematics educ...
3/12/2006 Pi 10K This web site will help get you and your students into the ...
3/5/2006 Wikipedia Fun Some web sites are odd throughout...others are normal but inc...
2/26/2006 Visual Mathematics to the Nth Power Some web sites are impressive immediately...starting with i...
1/29/2006 Convergence The MAA (i.e. Mathematical Association of America) offers a...
1/22/2006 George H(Art) and Math In the past year, George Hart, computer scientist and sculptu...
1/15/2006 Research Soundbites Plus Want a free 108-page book....that addresses the concerns of e...
1/8/2006 The Eyes Have It To start the year, you might want to access some web sites ...
1/1/2006 Plus Earns A + Aimed at converting a combined audience of students and t...
12/11/2005 NCTM problems A mathematics teacher can always use more problems. Curren...
11/27/2005 Anamorphic Art Anamorphic art seems to be a secret passed on by people, yet ...
11/20/2005 Clever Calculator The name fits...this 3-year-old site offers a web-based cal...
11/13/2005 A "Function"-al Site Wolfram Research has done it again with their release of a ne...
10/2/2005 Hey Kids...What Time Is It? This week, a different path is being taken in suggesting a ...
9/18/2005 Mathematical Stories The field of mathematics currently is getting a great amo...
9/4/2005 Edutopia Want to visit an interesting website or receive a free journa...
8/28/2005 Java Slide Rule In contrast to the other sites that have been reviewed,...
8/14/2005 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Still early in my review of web sites, I am trying to s...
8/7/2005 Texas Instruments Certain web sites should be visited often, some not at ...
7/31/2005 Mathematics Education Collaborative (MEC) This web site should be better known and more used than i...
7/24/2005
Math Forum
Drexel University’s Math Forum provides resources, materi...
1/1/1900 9/28/08 As mentioned in the Resource review for this week, you can ...

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