In This Issue
Mathematics and Music
elesson
LessonLab Research Institute: Research Study


Mathematics and Music
http://www.sju.edu/~rhall/research.htm
Rachel W. Hall in the Department of Math and Computer Science, Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA, offers links to her articles on mathematics and music in PDF format, including:
 Asymmetric Rhythms and Tiling Canons
 Math for Poets and Drummers
 Playing Musical Tiles
 Detecting Meter in Recorded Music
 Asymmetric Rhythms, Tiling Canons, and Burnside's Lemma
 The Mathematics of Musical Instruments
Other links to articles are organized under
 Presentations
 Ethnomathematics
 C*Algebras
 Undergraduate Research
elesson
http://www.elesson.co.uk/
Dr. S.M. Hajsadr's electronic lessons are animated learning materials with accompanying audio. Sample lessons include:
 Teaching of Algebra
 Teaching of Numeracy
 The Story of Two Times Table
 Application of Math
 Teaching of a Language
 Programming
 Math Exam Paper
LessonLab Research Institute: Research Study
http://www.llri.org/
The LessonLab Research Institute in Santa Monica, CA, is conducting a federally funded study. They have a timelimited call for participation of math teachers of grades 49.
Participation entails:
 committing 3 hours of time
 completing a background survey
 responding to a set of video clips of mathematics lessons
 completing a survey on mathematics teaching
If you are willing to participate, register here:
http://ocean.lessonlab.com/register.jsp
Start the registration process and when prompted, enter the following "content key": TeKnoF
For those teachers completing the task, LessonLab is providing a $75 amazon.com gift certificate. Refer a colleague and receive a $20 finder's fee when the referred person completes the same research tasks.


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