Year in Review – 2011

This is the last summary post for 2011, and before I begin, I would like to thank the people who have grown this blog —  readers, subscribers, and guest writers. I would also like to thank the advertisers who have helped me pay my  domain,  host, internet, and electric bills. Of course, that includes my coffee.

In 2011, I, together with a few guest bloggers, have written  346 posts. This blog has been viewed more than 425 000 times (in 2011), and so far it has also attracted 1471 subscribers/followers since it went live in 2009.  I have listed the top posts below in case you missed them.

From time to time, I am revising old posts — content, grammar, and construction. If you see any error in my blog, please send me a note or use the comment box. Although I am doing my best to be as accurate as possible, I’m only human.

I’m looking forward of writing more articles this year. Again, have a prosperous and blessed new year to all.

Top 20 Resource Materials Posts

Aside from writing mathematics and multimedia articles, this blog has also been a venue for sharing resource materials, teaching and learning tools, web 2.0 applications, free software and other internet freebies for mathematics teachers and students.  Here are the top 10 resource materials posts written in 2011.

  1. More than 20 000 contest problems and solutions
  2. 5000 free math, physics, and engineering video tutorials and lectures
  3. Free and Downloadable GeoGebra Tutorials in PDF
  4. Miscellaneous GeoGebra Links
  5. The Top 10 iPad Touch Apps to use in Math Class
  6. 8 Free Tools for Teachers from Microsoft
  7. Free Online Latex Generator
  8. 8 Free Online Graphing Tools for Teachers and Students
  9. Free Calculus I Video Lectures
  10. More Free Ebooks

Here are also some  popular resource that were written earlier.

  1. 33 Free Elementary Algebra and Trigonometry Ebooks
  2. 46 Geometry and Topology Ebooks
  3. 34 Free Calculus And Analysis Ebooks
  4. 34 Free Math Software
  5. Free Whiteboard Software
  6. Applets for Visualizing Isometric and 3D Views
  7. GeoGebra Essentials Series
  8. GeoGebra Intermediate Series
  9. GeoGebra Advanced Series
  10. GeoGebra 4.0 Sneak Peek

Enjoy learning!

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