## Add Graphs In The World to Courses

Now you can add Graphs in the World to your courses in the LMS! Create a new “page” in...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Jan 15, 2019 | Active Learning in Math, College Algebra, Digital Literacy, eLearning, Find and Use Data, Math for Liberal Arts, Quantitative Reasoning | 0 |

Now you can add Graphs in the World to your courses in the LMS! Create a new “page” in...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 30, 2018 | Algebra, Calculus (SV), Classroom Life, College Algebra, Curiosity, Data Visualization, Discussion Boards, Edge of Learning, Exploration, Interdisciplinary Studies, Learning Design, Math for Elem Teachers, Math for Liberal Arts, Probability and Statistics, Quantitative Reasoning, Studying Social Media | 0 |

I’ve been spending the first 5-10 minutes of every 2-hour math class discussing graphs in...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 15, 2011 | Math for Elem Teachers, Math for Liberal Arts, Teaching Math | 0 |

I just stumbled upon this great little video about Ancient Numeration Systems. It does not go...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 7, 2011 | Math for Liberal Arts, Teaching Math | 0 |

This was a surprisingly good video about the math of the U.S. Electoral College system. At first...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Oct 26, 2009 | Algebra, Calculus (SV), College Algebra, Communicating Math, Math for Elem Teachers, Math for Liberal Arts, Teaching Math, Video Collections for Learning | 0 |

The Sputnik Observatory, is dedicated to providing a venue for viewing and sharing ideas and philosophies of contemporary culture. Jonathan Harris, who worked on the mindblowing sociological website We Feel Fine, is the site...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Sep 11, 2009 | Algebra, Math for Elem Teachers, Math for Liberal Arts, Teaching Math | 0 |

Is anyone in the mood for a good math puzzle? The Math Factor is a well-established resource of just that. University of Arkansas professor, Chaim Goodman-Strauss and radio journalist, Kyle Kellams, have been broadcasting...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | May 17, 2009 | Math for Liberal Arts, Teaching Math | 0 |

Margaret Wertheim speaks at TED about the beautiful mathematics of coral reefs, hyperbolic geometry, and more. In particular, I liked her bit (around the 8-minute mark) where she says that if zero and one are already possible...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Mar 30, 2009 | Algebra, Calculus (SV), Math for Elem Teachers, Math for Liberal Arts, Math Humor, Prealgebra, Quantitative Reasoning, Teaching Math | 0 |

I think that I will have to start (or end?) every class session next fall with one of these fabulous formulas from New Math. Some of them are obvious (once you see them) and some of them just have me laughing out loud because of...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Feb 25, 2009 | Algebra, College Algebra, Math for Liberal Arts, Prealgebra, Teaching Math | 0 |

CommonCraft has three new videos about math (well, technically financial math). I wonder if they’ll tackle the Gaussian Copula Function next? Saving Money in Plain English Investing Money in Plain English Borrowing Money...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Feb 17, 2009 | College Algebra, Math for Elem Teachers, Math for Liberal Arts, Teaching Math | 0 |

“We’re on the cusp of this new generation of tools for interacting with digital media that are going to bring information into our world on our terms.” – David Merrill Jump to 2:20 to see the math example...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Dec 12, 2008 | Math for Liberal Arts, Teaching Math, Video Collections for Learning | 0 |

NOVA Online has put up a nice set of videos (totaling an hour in length) about fractals. The series is broken into five chapters so you can easily browse (or assign) different parts separately. Possibly Related Posts: These are...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Dec 5, 2008 | Algebra, History of Math, Math for Elem Teachers, Math for Liberal Arts, Teaching Math | 0 |

If I’ve counted correctly, this is the 45th Carnival of Math. I’m going to call this the Procrastination Edition (since for most of us, we are getting into that end-of-the-semester crunch and if you’re reading...

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