Math Teachers at Play 52

math teachers at play 52

[Photo by bumeister1 via flickr.]

Welcome to the Math Teachers At Play blog carnival — which is not just for math teachers! We have games, lessons, and learning activities from preschool math to calculus. If you like to learn new things and play around with mathematical ideas, you are sure to find something of interest.

Scattered between all the math blog links, I’ve included highlights from the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice, which describe the types of expertise that teachers at all levels — whether in traditional, experimental, or home schools — should seek to develop in their math students. Continue reading at Let’s Play Math.

GeoGebra 4.0 Tutorials, MTAP 50, and more

The Math Teachers at Play Carnival 50 is now live at Mathematics for Teaching. Due to busyness, the Math and Multimedia Blog Carnival  will have a break this month — unless someone volunteers to host it before the end of the month.

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I have updated the following GeoGebra Tutorials to version 4.0: Spreadsheet, Slider, and Curves of Best Fit (Tutorial 20) ; and Spreadsheet and Similarity (Tutorial 21); Spreadsheet, Vectors and Matrices (Tutorial 22). » Read more

Some Quarterend Updates

Hi everyone. Here are the few announcements and updates 30 minutes before Good Friday.

The Mathematics and Multimedia Carnival is now accepting entries for its 22nd edition. The carnival will be hosted by Math is Not a Four Letter Word. You can send your entries to the new submission form before April 14, 2012.

My good friend William Emeny of Great Maths Teaching Ideas has just published his first ebook titled 100 Things Awesome Teachers Do. You can check out his ebook at Itunes or Smashwords

The Carnival of Mathematics is now active again. Visit the great collection of Peter Rowlett at Carnival of Mathematics 85 posted at Travels in the Mathematical World

I have listed the most popular posts for the first quarter of year 2012. I hope you enjoy reading them.

I did not post a Week in Review the last week of March, so I have listed the posts below.

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