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  1. 2 Pi Productions - Jake Scott
    Instructional math rap includes the original songs "Triangle Experts," "Special Right Triangles," "Graphing Trig Functions," "Quadratic Formula," and "The Best Pythagorean Rap Ever." Lyrics include "The cosine is sine with a phase shift of pi/If you think ...more>>

  2. 5 Numbers - Simon Singh and Marcus du Sautoy, BBC Radio 4
    Web pages and Real Audio Music downloads of fifteen minute-long radio broadcasts that take a "quirky look" at zero, pi, the golden ratio, i, and infinity. "Hear about the stark reality behind the imaginary number, try a slice of pi, find out about the ...more>>

  3. ACMEScience - Samuel Hansen
    Light-hearted mathematical podcast series Combinations and Permutations, Strongly Connected Components, and more. ...more>>

  4. Activities & Information Supporting Pi Day Celebration - Carolyn M. Morehouse
    Lesson plan, songs, trivia quiz, and refreshments sign-up sheet for a Pi Day celebration. Hosted by the Math Forum's Teacher Exchange. ...more>>

  5. Adam Up - Summerfield, James; Kordan, Samuel
    Original music, chants, and other oral mnemonics that tell the adventures of Adam Up, who hated maths "... until the day his grandfather gave him a special calculator to summon The Number Crunchers. These strange bearded creatures then sing him catchy ...more>>

  6. Aesthetics of the Prime Sequence - Turpel Armand
    A brief introduction to prime numbers, with a primality testing applet, a page on primes and music, primes and nucleotide bases, primes graphics, idiot savants and primes, primes-related software, related links, favorite books, and a special page of Lyapunov ...more>>

  7. Akustische Täuschungen/Acoustic illusions - Stefan Scheller
    Endlos ansteigende Melodien: Der Shepard-Effekt. Endlessly rising melodies: The Shepard effect. (Illustration: M. C. Escher: Treppauf, treppab - ascending, descending.) Besides the well-known optical illusions there are acoustic ones, too. Perhaps the ...more>>

  8. All Star Review
    A review site designed to help teachers and parents find out about software, audio, video and other educational products before purchasing them. Search for software and other materials alphabetically, by level, or by subject (see Math Audio and Software.) ...more>>

  9. Amara's Wavelet Page - Amara Graps
    Read a brief overview of wavelets, or listen to sounds compressed using wavelets. Page also includes an extensive list of wavelet resources. ...more>>

  10. AsTeR Demonstration - T.V. Raman
    Mathematics for Computer Generated Spoken Documents. AsTeR is an Audio System For Technical Readings: a computing system for rendering technical documents in audio, developed by Raman for his Ph.D.; an audio formatted version of his thesis, (approximately ...more>>

  11. ASTER: Mathematics For Computer Generated Spoken Documents - T. V. Raman
    AsTeR, an Audio System For Technical Readings: a computing system for rendering technical documents in audio, dedicated to the author's guide-dog. Demo. Audio LaTeX postscript. Examples cover simple fractions and expressions; superscripts and subscripts; ...more>>

  12. A Brief History of Mathematics - British Broadcasting, United Kingdom
    Ten episodes of maths history by Marcus du Sautoy, first broadcast on the BBC in 2010, each themed around a particular mathematician or group of mathematicians. ...more>>

  13. A Brief History of Mathematics - Marcus du Sautoy, BBC Radio 4
    Audio biographies of famous mathematicians: Newton and Leibniz, Euler, Fourier, Galois, Gauss, Riemann, Cantor, Poincaré, Hardy and Ramanujan, and Bourbaki. Each clip, originally aired on BBC Radio 4, runs about fifteen minutes long. ...more>>

  14. Cédric Villani
    For mathematicians, the 2010 Fields Medalist offers his publications, lecture notes for students, errata sheets, and his research into collisional kinetic theory (Boltzmann type), collisionless kinetic theory (Vlasov type), and optimal transport. "For ...more>>

  15. Chain Rule Calculus Song - North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM)
    Real Audio file of an original song, accompanied by piano, that teaches the chain rule, with example derivatives. Also listen to a tune about the product rule. ...more>>

  16. Charles Babbage Institute of Computer History (CBI) - University of Minnesota
    CBI is a research center at the University of Minnesota dedicated to promoting the study and preservation of the history of information processing. As part of its mission, CBI maintains an archival collection available for use by the public that includes ...more>>

  17. Conversation about A Beautiful Mind, with Sylvia Nasar and Dave Bayer - archived by the Commonwealth Club of California
    A conversation with Sylvia Nasar (biographer of John Nash) and Dave Bayer (math consultant on A Beautiful Mind). Streaming audio of event sponsored by MSRI that took place May 2002. ...more>>

  18. DapJ Music
    Rap music for adolescents struggling to learn and retain math concepts: "Fractions Are Division Problems"; "Keep, Change, Change"; "Properties"; "First, Outer, Inner Last"; and more. The educationally based music production company provides Common Core ...more>>

  19. The Digit Connection - Lizzie
    A tribute to the number pi through music, poetry, and fiction. (Meet Sailor Pi!) Also includes a brief history of pi with some ways to calculate it, a quote collection, and ways to celebrate the number - even if it's not Pi Day. ...more>>

  20. DSP First: A Multimedia Approach - McClellan, Schafter, & Yoder
    The CD-ROM portion of the book, containing, for each chapter: Demos - quicktime movies, sound files, etc. that help reinforce the concepts introduced in the text; Labs - MATLAB based laboratory exercises for in-depth study of certain concepts and ideas ...more>>

  21. e Teaching Assistance Program - eTAP, Inc.
    Lesson plans, examples and exercises, review checks, and other instructional materials, including audio downloads, on the language of mathematics; basic operations; order of operations and combining terms; fractions; multiplying and dividing fractions; ...more>>

  22. The Fibonacci Series - Matt Anderson, Jeffrey Frazier, and Kris Popendorf; ThinkQuest 1999
    The Fibonacci Series is deceptively simple, but its ramifications and applications are many. Learn more about the Fibonacci Series itself: an introduction, the rabbit problem, Binet's formula, the successor formula (given only one term in the Fibonacci ...more>>

  23. Flying Colours Maths - Colin Beveridge
    Maths tutoring services by the author of Basic Maths for Dummies, Numeracy Tests for Dummies, and The Little Algebra Book: technical writing, "bespoke Excel solutions," project feedback, and "translating maths into less complex English." Blog posts, which ...more>>

  24. Fractal Alhambra - Philip Northover
    Galleries of fractal art, in an array of sizes and colors. Fractal prints for sale, and MP3s of fractal music. ...more>>

  25. Fractal Music - G. Forrest Cook
    Audio excerpts from a compilation of fractal music put together by the author. ...more>>

  26. Fractal Music: Research, Publications, and Compositions by Harlan Brothers - Harlan J. Brothers
    In 2003, Benoit Mandelbrot suggested to Harlan Brothers that he undertake a rigorous treatment of the subject of fractal music. Here is an overview of Brothers’ subsequent research, including papers, definitions, and examples. ...more>>

  27. Geometry Park: Songs for Teaching Children - Illumisware
    Collection of children's songs using contemporary rhythms and sounds to introduce topics in math, science, grammar, and geography. American or Canadian versions each come with teachers' guide and karaoke version. ...more>>

  28. Hip Hop Times Tables - Pop Lock and Learn Pty Ltd
    Pop, Lock and Learn hip hop times tables is meant to help kids learn multiplication through stories, using repetition with varied tempos, and explaining math tricks and clues over cleverly produced beats. The CD is accompanied with graphic learning aids ...more>>

  29. InCharge Education Foundation - InCharge Education Foundation, Inc.
    The non-profit InCharge Education Foundation promotes financial wellness by offering data, information, research, and education on the behaviors and issues facing average individuals and families on consumer credit, money management, and financial well-being ...more>>

  30. Infinite Tangents - Ashli Black
    This "secondary mathematics education podcast for teachers," begun in March, 2013, invites other high school math teachers to respond to prompts such as "How do you start your teaching day?" and "What would you like to get done in the times between classes?" ...more>>

  31. Java Set Theory Machine - Jay Tomlin
    Musical set theory encompasses the notion of defining sets of pitches and organizing music around those sets and their various manipulations. The site offers a Java applet that allows you to manipulate pitch class sets: play them, rotate and invert them, ...more>>

  32. Learning Games and Activities for K-12 - Creative Teaching Associates
    Over 200 non-electronic learning games and activities for ages 4 through adult. Math products include flash cards, activity cards, board games, math chips, cards, books, cassettes for basic math facts drill, and many more. Products are also listed by ...more>>

  33. Learning Math is Fun - Kevin Cornell
    Learn the order of operations by watching a video of the PEMDAS song. Before becoming an elementary school principal, singer "Mister C" taught 5th grade science and served as a math coach. See also Cornell's science site at http://www.learningscienceisfun.com/. ...more>>

  34. Lectures - John Conway, Princeton University
    Listen to audio of Conway's lectures: Calendar Conundrums; Archimedes and His World; Cantor's Infinities; Goedel and Undecidability; Geometry, Logic and Physics; Escher and Symmetry; Finally, Fun. Requires Real Player. ...more>>

  35. lo-fi paranoid ambient fractal music - Dave Sag
    Self-similarity is the essence of fractal geometry: this is self-similar music, where each part has the same structure as the whole. Download an example in Real Audio, Shockwave, or aiff format. Another version of this page, What do I mean by 'fractal ...more>>

  36. MASSIVE: Math And Science Song Information, Viewable Everywhere - Greg Crowther
    A searchable database of over 1800 educational songs, including many about math. Part of the National Science Foundation's National Science Digital Library (NSDL). ...more>>

  37. Matheatre - Sadie Bowman and Marc Gutman
    Blog of the performers starring in "Calculus: The Musical!" This comic "review" blend of sketch comedy, musical theatre, and lecture about the concepts and history of calculus emerged as a teaching tool from the classroom of Gutman, who "... found that ...more>>

  38. MathEd Out
    Subtitled "the search for the Perfect Math Lesson," this blog "came out of a vision to see math teachers coming together to share things that work in the classrooms." Posts, which date back to November, 2013, have included "Podcast Launch featuring Julie ...more>>

  39. Math Ed Podcast - Samuel Otten
    "Conversations with math ed researchers": listen to interviews with mathematics education researchers about their recent journal articles and the research studies behind them. Hosted since November, 2012, by Samuel Otten, a professor of mathematics education ...more>>

  40. The Mathematical Brain - Brian Butterworth
    From his book The Mathematical Brain, Butterworth freely offers chapter ten, titled "From fear of fractions to the joy of maths." The sample chapter also includes a test to assess whether you think like a mathematician, and Butterworth's "three-step programme ...more>>

  41. Mathematical Concepts, Inc. - Agnes Azzolino
    Games, calculators, jokes, books, and tools to help the student, teacher, parent, and the public to see the world mathematically. Read Math Spoken Here, featuring the essays "Most Operations Are Not Distributive," "So, What's A Fraction?" "A Graph Is ...more>>

  42. Mathematical Moments (AMS) - American Mathematical Society
    A series of illustrated "snapshots" in the form of posters or flyers in PDF format, or audio podcasts, designed to promote appreciation and understanding of the role mathematics plays in science, nature, technology, and human culture. Freely downloadable; ...more>>

  43. Mathematics and Music - Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas
    A short article documenting the interplay between music and mathematics, with a bibliography. Explorations into tunings include why there are twelve tones in an octave, tuning problems that lead to the Riemann zeta function or to logarithms, nineteen-tone ...more>>

  44. Mathematics and Physical Science - Terri Lynn Easter, Bishop Ready High School
    Audio lectures with notes for Algebra I, Algebra 2/Trig, Calculus, Chemistry/Physics for 9th grade. ...more>>

  45. The Math Factor - Chaim Goodman-Strauss 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. ...more>>

  46. 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 ...more>>

  47. Math Medley - Pat Kenschaft; WebCT
    A weekly call-in 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 ...more>>

  48. Math | Melody House - Melody House
    Educational recordings, counters, sorting trays, toy coins, and other colorful manipulatives from the publishers of Jump into Math by Rae Pica, Moving To Math by Pam Schiller, Math in Minutes by Sharon McDonald, and Math All Around Me and Learning Rocks ...more>>

  49. Math Mutation - Erik Seligman
    These "show notes" accompany a short podcast of the same name that explores "fun, interesting, or just plain weird corners of mathematics that you probably didn't hear in school." Posts, which date back to December, 2011, have included "Flat People Give ...more>>

  50. MathSpeak Initiative - gh, LLC
    Providing access to mathematics textbooks for students with print disabilities. Freely download fonts for Nemeth and Literary Braille, learn about MathSpeak grammar, and more. ...more>>


 
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