Showing posts from March, 2017

Considering an online college?

Here's a very comprehensive resource, listing the best online colleges there are -- a good starting point for researching this topic!

The best 50 online colleges for 2017

It features pictures, ranking scores, cost comparisons, graduation rates, and more.

Doodling in math class?

This is mostly useful for classroom teachers, but I thought it's a really NEAT idea -- and could be adapted to other situations. The students "doodle" and color in the notes however they like, which makes them REMEMBER better!

Math Doodle Notes

You'll find some freebies and some commercial products here, and of course the idea of doodle notes itself. You can make these yourself also!

Penny Pinchers Sale!

This sale happens at Currclick, and every item in it is less than $3!

You will find a bunch of Math Mammoth products also... check them out here.

The sale runs through March 31, 2017.

Video for your Pi day

It's just proper to feature this video again... Pi day is tomorrow (3/14)!

Calculating pi with REAL pies!

It is a neat video, showing how to calculate the value of Pi using real pies (yum!). It might help your youngsters remember the definition of Pi better as they remember the visual pic of pies around the big circle and pies going across. :) And not to mention the taste buds!

Differences between US and UK in math terminology

I enjoyed this article... differences between US and British English when it comes to MATH terminology! The author is taking it humorously though sometimes it's a struggle for people who have to switch over from one to the other. :)

Math Mammoth reviews galore!

A variety (DOZENS!) of freshly written Math Mammoth reviews for you!

See how varied mathematics really is?

This is a neat video showing the various areas of mathematics, including both theoretical and applied. It can be eye-opening to children and students, who may think that all math is, is just numbers and calculations. It goes SO much deeper than that!

I just got a tiny glimpse of some of those domains of math in university (such as complex analysis, measure theory, and game theory) — and they are fascinating!

The Map of Mathematics 

The entire field of mathematics summarized in a single map! This shows how pure mathematics and applied mathematics relate to each other and all of the sub-topics they are made from.

Here's also a still image for you to download.