It’s the end of the month again! Let us go back to what we have learned this month. We have a few posts this month but I think they are all interesting both for teachers and students.

**Month in Review – July 2014**

**3 Rules to Spark Learning: A Must Watch for All Teachers**is an amazing 6-minute lecture on how learning and teaching should be in a classroom.**How to Create Infinite Chocolate Bars**is an amazing trick on how to create infinite number of chocolates.**The Explanation to the Infinite Chocolate Bar Trick**explains how a piece of chocolate is obtained from a bar as if the bar is whole again.**5 Cool Math Calculations You Can Do with Google Search**is a list of some of the cool tricks on Google that you probably don’t know.**Learning the Mathematics of History through Ngram Viewer**is a technological breakthrough that connects history and mathematics.**Euclidean Algorithm Explained for Elementary School**is a geometric representation of the Euclidean algorithm meant for elementary school kids.

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