Welcome to the 19th edition of the Math and Multimedia Carnival. The entries in this edition were sent via email, others via the blog carnival site, and some were my own selection.
Kate Nowak exhibits her one-of-a-kind Spiky Door Project in her blog Function of Time, a class project that requires students to make pyramids and cones while learning the meaning of height, volume, and surface area.
Tal Greengard invites us to view is collection of free math animations at Seemath.com.
That’s all for this edition; I hope you enjoy reading. You may also want to visit the most recent carnival posts:
- last month’s edition of the Math and Multimedia Carnival
- Math Teachers at Play 46
- Carnival of Mathematics 85
The next editions of this carnival are in need of hosts. If you are interested, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.