Quarter in Review – The Most Popular Posts

The second quarter of the year has ended — time flies fast indeed. Below are Math and Multimedia‘s most popular posts in the second quarter of 2012.

Mathematics and Mathematics Teaching

  1. 7 Extraordinary Mathematicians You Should Know About
  2. Mathematics and Perspective
  3. Proof of the Half-Angle Formula
  4. Wedding Guests and Circular Permutations
  5. Proof of the Sum of Square Numbers
  6. Counting the Number of Squares in a Chessboard
  7. 10 Reasons Why Mathematics Teachers Should Blog
  8. Proof of the Sum of Natural Numbers
  9. Why Every Proof that 0.999..=1 is Wrong (April Fools)
  10. Visualizing the Difference of Two Squares
  11. Mathematical Proofs without Words: What are they?
  12. A Simple Proof of the Arithmetic Mean- Geometric Mean Inequality

Multimedia Resources and Freebies

  1. 500 Math Ebooks – Downloadable and Free
  2. Microsoft Mathematics Tutorial 3 – Equations and Inequalities
  3. Microsoft Mathematics Tutorial 1 – The User Interface
  4. Microsoft Mathematics Tutorial 2 – Performing Basic Computations
  5. FooPlot: An Easy Online Graphing Tool
  6. Latex in Blogger: Another Alternative
  7. Google Drive: 5 GB of Free Online Storage
  8. 39 Gorgeous Data Visualization Software
  9. Using Latex in Gmail
  10. Newton’s Notebooks, now online
  11. GeoGebra introduces Chrome App
  12. Embedding Wolfram Demonstrations

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Month in Review – June 2012

It’s a rainy Friday morning here in Metro Manila. Before I prepare breakfast, here are the Mathematics and Multimedia posts for June 2012 in case you missed some.

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10 Reasons Why Mathematics Teachers Should Blog

If you are a mathematics teacher (or even a teacher of any subject), and there are more than 181 million bloggers all over the world, then maybe it’s high time to start one. With that many bloggers, it shouldn’t be that hard. In fact, some 12-year old kids have blogs.

In this post, I will give you 10 reasons from personal experience why should you pursue the path of blogging.

1. Blogging will improve your communication skills

I started blogging in 2006 and it has helped me a lot in improving my writing skills. As you have probably noticed, I am not very good at it. Although up to now, I still consider myself a lousy writer, I could say that I have quite improved since I started blogging. » Read more

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