## Calculus Rhapsody

A great find (thanks Caroline) … students definitely make the best videos. Calculus Rhapsody Possibly Related Posts: Tips for Getting the Right Screencast Conditions Learning to Screencast – Training Videos...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Sep 17, 2009 | Calculus (SV), Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

A great find (thanks Caroline) … students definitely make the best videos. Calculus Rhapsody Possibly Related Posts: Tips for Getting the Right Screencast Conditions Learning to Screencast – Training Videos...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Apr 1, 2009 | Calculus (SV), Math Above Calculus, Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

Before the world-wide-web, I doubt that math cartoons could seriously have been a popular or widely read endeavor. Today, geeky cartoons have their own fan followings curtesy of the long tail. Probably you’ve heard of...

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 | Mar 23, 2009 | Math Humor, Prealgebra, Teaching Math | 0 |

Another great contribution from xkcd. Possibly Related Posts: Tips for Getting the Right Screencast Conditions Learning to Screencast – Training Videos Strategies for Giving Tests with Desmos Graphing Calculator...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Mar 20, 2009 | Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

Every once in a while, you get the feeling that you’ve seen everything there is to see on the Internet in your subject area … and then … you discover a new, untapped pocket of great stuff! Today’s...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Feb 27, 2009 | Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

Link to this video here. Possibly Related Posts: Tips for Getting the Right Screencast Conditions Learning to Screencast – Training Videos Strategies for Giving Tests with Desmos Graphing Calculator Contemporary Algebra...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Feb 25, 2009 | Calculators, Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

To the best of my knowledge, this image was created by Scot Osterweil of MIT. Possibly Related Posts: Tips for Getting the Right Screencast Conditions Learning to Screencast – Training Videos Strategies for Giving Tests...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Jan 27, 2009 | Algebra, Math for Elem Teachers, Math Humor, Prealgebra, Quantitative Reasoning, Teaching Math | 0 |

From xkcd: Maybe Common Craft can tackle Metrics in Plain English next? Possibly Related Posts: Tips for Getting the Right Screencast Conditions Learning to Screencast – Training Videos Strategies for Giving Tests with...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Dec 24, 2008 | Algebra, Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

A holiday gift from me to you. My friend Mat Moore is a budding illustrator looking for work, and so I commissioned him to draw me a cartoon for Christmas to give to all of you. Here is the cartoon. This cartoon was inspired...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Dec 19, 2008 | Algebra, Math for Elem Teachers, Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

From Harold and Kumar, the Square Root of Three Poem. Just for the record, I didn’t watch this movie – it was my husband. Possibly Related Posts: Tips for Getting the Right Screencast Conditions Learning to...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Dec 7, 2008 | Calculators, Math Humor, Teaching Math | 0 |

Just in case you don’t always watch SNL, here’s the video from Saturday’s show, which included two brothers, being really excited to get a TI calculator. I wonder if this qualifies SNL with points for the...

Read Moreby busynessgirl | Nov 18, 2008 | Algebra, Math Humor, Prealgebra, Teaching Math | 0 |

Nope, it’s not a typo. I was trying to warn my beginning algebra class about how important it was that they get the hang of factoring, “in almost every problem in the next chapter, we start each problem by factoring...

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