 Mathematics: The Most Misunderstood Subject  Robert H. Lewis
Why do so many people have misconceptions about mathematics? A series of parables that try to get to the root of the misconceptions, illuminate what mathematics is all about, and address, "So what good is math?"
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 Mathematics  The New York Times
New York Times articles on mathematics, organized chronologically. Regular contributors include Edward Rothstein and Dennis Overbye. Track mathematics stories by subscribing to an email alert.
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 The Math Factor  Chaim GoodmanStrauss and Kyle Kellams
Brief, weekly math conversations and puzzles, airing on KUAF 91.3 FM, Fayetteville, Arkansas. Listen to podcasts of this Ozarks at Large radio show; subscribe to the RSS feed.
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 Mathgrad Podcast  Christopher Frederick
One of the goals of Mathgrad Podcast is to provide a place "...to discuss the mathematics behind many real life topics in a way that even the worst mathphobe will gain some insight." Topics range from the math underlying voting schemes to the mathematics
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 Math Headlines  Barbara Ling
Newspaper headlines of developments in mathematics education and public education. With links to the sites of commercial vendors and eBay auctions of "vintage" math lithographs and other "antiques." See also http://www.mathnewsfacts.com/.
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 Mathie x Pensive  Gregory Taylor
Musings on mathematics, teaching, and more by an Ottawa (Canada) high school math teacher who majored in computer science and graduated from the mathematics program at the University of Waterloo before receiving his B. Ed from Queen's University. Posts,
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 Mathigon  Philipp Legner
A collection of educational resources designed to show children, the general public, and teachers "how exciting and entertaining mathematics can be." Interactive eBooks, slideshows, videos, animations, lesson plans include World of Mathematics, Journey
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 Math in Danger in the USA  David R. Garcia
Garcia writes in this article that unlike some of the ancients who revered mathematics for its beauty and mental exercise, Americans tend as a culture to have a very pragmatic attitude toward math. Many might appreciate its value for what material results
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 Math in the Movies  Arnold G. Reinhold
A guide to those motion pictures which include scenes of real mathematics. Each movie is linked to further information and rated, and the mathematical scene(s) involved are described. See also Letters to Math in the Movies.
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 MATHmaniaCS  Lenny Pitt, Cinda Heeren, and Tom Magliery
MATHmaniaCS harnesses the excitement of the mathematical experiences that have captured the imaginations and interest of mathematicians and computer scientists, and develops new materials for other topics in discrete mathematics and computer science.
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 Math  Mashable, Inc.
Topical news stories on math by an "independent online news site dedicated to covering digital culture, social media and technology." See also Mashable's category for the word "mathematics."
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 Math Medley  Pat Kenschaft; WebCT
A weekly callin talk radio show, hosted by Pat Kenschaft from the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Montclair State University. Each show features an interview with an exciting guest discussing a topic with an underlying theme of mathematics such
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 Math Misery?  Manan Shah
Blog that "aims to convey the general feeling that the majority of people have when it comes to working with mathematics... and bring awareness about what mathematics is and what mathematicians do." Posts, which date back to May, 2013, have included "Figuring
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 The Math Mom  Maria Lando
A blog presenting math as cool, fun, nonintimidating and hip. Entertaining math of cooking, parenting, dating, travel and home ownership.
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 Math Motivation  Michael Sakowski
Answers to the question "Where will I ever use algebra?" Examples of how "the process of learning higher mathematics provides valuable skills in deductive reasoning and symbolic reasoning, in addition to math skills used directly in science and engineering
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 Math Movement  Tim Chartier
Blog that focuses on mathematics and the "progress or movement" that occurs in Chartier's teaching, research, writing, and performing. An Associate Professor of Mathematics at Davidson College, Chartier has trained at Le Centre du Silence mime school
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 Maths Illustrated (review of A Beautiful Mind)  Lynne Butler, Haverford College
Download or read online Butler's review of the movie A Beautiful Mind, originally published in the April, 2002 Notices of the AMS. Learn about the movie's internal references to game theory, and other details and discrepancies involved in its filming,
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 Maths in the City  Marcus du Sautoy, University of Oxford
Mathematical walking tours of Oxford and London led by "mathemagicians" who reveal examples of maths hidden in the Beehive, the Bridge of Sighs, the Gherkin, the Sheldonian Theatre, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and satellite dishes and death rays. Click on the
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 Maths Masters  Burkard Polster and Marty Ross
From the authors of a regular education column published in Melbourne's The Age newspaper and The Sydney Morning Herald: mathsnacks ("haikusize packages of beautiful mathematics, with accompanying illustration"); a list of movie clips featuring mathematics;
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 Math Solutions Newsletter  Marilyn Burns Education Associates
A free quarterly newsletter that provides uptodate classroom activities and opportunities for yearround professional development, including fiveday summer courses, as well as resources for K8 teachers that model effective teaching and extend the
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 MathsPig  Kerry Cue
Blog begun in March, 2009, aiming to "stick a snout in the media trough and sniff out the maths rubbish." MathsPig has since evolved to "use basic but elegant maths to make realistic problems for students to solve, e.g. 'Can you duck a bullet?'" Posts
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 Maths Posters in the London Underground  Andrew D. Burbanks, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
During World Mathematical Year 2000 (WMY2000), a sequence of posters will be displayed month by month in the trains of the London Underground. The aim of this outreach is to bring maths to life, illustrating the wide applications of modern mathematics
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 MathTango  Shecky Riemann
Interviews, commentaries, book reviews, and other musings by "a numberluvin' primate... enamored of math since childhood" who went on to study psychology and work as a technician in toxicology, neurobiology, and clinical genetics labs. Posts by the pseudonymous
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 Math TV: Life by the Numbers  Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
Can you believe it: mathematics in the same company as the U.S. primetime television shows Beverly Hills 90210, Spin City, The Nanny, and Star Trek: Voyager? That unusual juxtaposition will happen in coming weeks when the Public Broadcasting System airs
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 Math with Matthew  Matthew L. Beyranevand
Blog, podcasts, humorously rewritten pop songs, and more to increase students' interest, engagement, and conceptual understanding in math. Having taught middle school math for over a decade, Beyranevand serves as an ambassador for the Global Math Project,
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 MatthewMaddux Education  Egan J. Chernoff
"Information associated with mathematics (education)," as digitally curated by Chernoff, a Professor of Secondary Mathematics in the College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan. Posts, which date back to June, 2011, have included "New math
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 The Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group
A belief that "gerrymandering of all kinds is a fundamental threat to our democracy" motivates this small Bostonbased team of mathematicians to work on applications of geometry and computer science to U.S. redistricting. Goals of the Metric Geometry
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 Microsoft Math Partnership
Through partnerships with eight area school districts and the Puget Sound Educational Service District, the Microsoft Math Partnership (MMP) provides support to schools to help students become critical thinkers and proficient in mathematical skills and
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 Mind Your Decisions: Game Theory Tuesdays  Presh Talwalkar
An archive of weekly blog posts of articles about game theory. The articles cover probability, politics, personal finance, and economics. The focus is on building strategic thinking and improving outcomes, particularly for personal finance.
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 Moms Love Math  Rymer, Meghan; and Romer, Paige
Screencasts and other videos to help parents understand Everyday Math and other math curricula.
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 Moody's Mega Math Challenge  Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
A partnership of The Moody's Foundation and SIAM, the M3 Challenge spotlights applied mathematics as a powerful problemsolving tool, as a viable and exciting profession, and as a vital contributor to advances in an increasingly technical society. Open
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 MOTIVATE  Univ. of Cambridge, UK
MOTIVATE is a project incorporating a series of videoconferences, run by the Millennium Mathematics Project at Cambridge. The objectives of MOTIVATE are: to enrich the mathematical experience of school students, to broaden their mathematical horizons,
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 Nathan Selikoff
Works, publications, blog, and more from a "fine artist playing at the intersection of interactivity, math, and code." Works have included "Beautiful Chaos" (interactive software art), "Intersect"
(a public art installation), "Four Dimensions" (a realtime
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 National Alliance of State Science and Mathematics Coalitions
The National Alliance of State Science and Mathematics Coalitions (NASSMC) establishes, and provides services to, state coalitions dedicated to improving U.S. mathematics, science, and technology education (MSTE) for all students.
A nonprofit association,
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 National Commission on Mathematics and Science Teaching for the 21st Century  U.S. Department of Education
A Glenn Commission plan to ensure that every American student receives excellent instruction in math and science  instruction critical to maintaining the U.S. edge in the competitive global economy. The report sets three goals: to establish an ongoing
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 National Math Festival
A free and public celebration "dedicated to discovering the delight and power of mathematics." Begun in April, 2015, the National Math Festival annually features activities for every age — from handson magic to lectures with influential mathematicians.
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 The National Numeracy Strategy  Department for Education and Employment, United Kingdom
The Standards Site: Numeracy. Frameworks for teaching mathematics from Reception through Year 7, key elements of the training materials that will support the U.K.'s Numeracy Strategy. Assessment in and planning the National Numeracy Strategy, schools
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 Nautilus  Nautilus Ventures LLC
An online and print monthly dedicated "to science and its endless connections to our lives." Each issue contains chapters — essays, investigative reports, blogs, fiction writing, games, videos, graphic stories, and other original content —
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 NetFuture: Technology and Human Responsibility  Steve Talbott
A biweekly readersupported newsletter that looks beyond the generally
recognized "risks" of computer use such as privacy violations, unequal access, censorship, and computer glitches and seeks to address the deep levels at which we halfconsciously
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 The New Jersey Mathematics Coalition
The New Jersey Mathematics Coalition (like the other 50 such state Coalitions) was created to facilitate and encourage improvement in the teaching and learning of mathematics as recommended in the national reports. The Coalition serves as a catalyst for
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 NSF Workshop on Dynamics and Bifurcations of Patterns in Dissipative Systems  Iuliana Oprea
Recent experimental results have demonstrated a variety of new patterns that can be observed in macroscopic systems far from equilibrium. Understanding these patterns is a major challenge for theoretical research. The workshop (1922 May 2003, Colorado
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 numb3rs blog  Mark Bridger, Department of Mathematics, Northeastern University
A blog where math professor Bridger posts mathematical comments on the TV show "Numb3rs". Dating back to February, 2005, posts include "Math and March Madness" and "Random motion and FokkerPlanck" and "Acoustic fingerprints and the JFK assassination"
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 Numb3rs Math Activities  Cornell Department of Mathematics
Notes and activities on the mathematics behind each CBS television broadcast of the FBI crime series NUMB3RS, from the pilot episode through season five: Uncertainty Principle, Sniper Zero, Dirty Bomb, Assassin, Toxin, Backscatter, Two Daughters, Burn
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 Numeracy and Quantitative Literacy  EXTEND  Perspectives in Mathematics Education
Links to articles on diverse views on the quantitative demands of today's society and the relation of quantitative literacy to mathematics education.
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 NYC HOLD  Bas Braams and Elizabeth Carson, editors
Honest Open Logical Debate (HOLD) on Mathematics Education Reform addresses mathematics education in the New York City schools. Organized into Issues in Mathematics Education, Curriculum Reviews, Standards, New York City Issues, Call to Action, NYC News
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 nyscollmath  Math Forum
The college level mathematics discussion group of the Association of Math Teachers of New York State. Anyone interested in math education beyond high school is welcome to join. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions.
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 nysmhs  Math Forum
The discussion group of the Association of Math Teachers of New York State's Math Honor Society. All NYSMHS members are encouraged to join this group, as are others who wish to converse about statewide math honor societies. Read and search archived messages;
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 Occupational Outlook Handbook  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
Career information and statistics about many different jobs, such as mathematicians. Each outlook includes a description of the nature of the work, working conditions, number of people in a field and sources of employment, training, other qualifications,
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 Of Men, Mathematics, and Myths  Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
"With the Unabomber now firmly implanted in the public psyche as "a mathematician," the caricature of the mathematician as the misunderstood, antisocial loner has received a considerable boost. That much of mathematics these days is done by two or more
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 Parent Toolkit  NBC Education Nation
Academic "growth charts," tips, benchmarks, advice, and other guidance for parents, organized by grade. Parent Toolkit also provides tabletfriendly parentteacher conference guides, checklists, and templates for taking notes.
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