Year 2012 in Review – The Most Shared Posts

Starting today until the end of the month, I am going to do a series of posts on the most popular posts this year. I start below with the most shared posts.

  1. 1300 Free K-12 Mathematics Lesson Plans and Activities
  2. 10 Reasons Why Mathematics Teachers Should Blog
  3. 7 Extraordinary Mathematicians You Should Know About
  4. The Mathematics of Christmas Wrapping
  5. Handwrite and Solve Math Equations with Web Equation
  6. 4500+ Engineering and Mathematics Video Lectures
  7. 11 Mathematical Proof Techniques Liberal Arts Majors Should Know
  8. Teaching Math Like a Boss
  9. Happy Pi Day
  10. Gooru: A New Online Learning Site Worth Trying
  11. A Proof that the Vertex Angle Sum of a Pentagram is 180 degrees
  12. The Mathematics of Leap Years Explained

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Mathematics and Multimedia turns 3

Mathematics and Multimedia turns 3 today, World Teachers’ Day.  As of this writing the blog has grown into 786 posts with more than 2500 Facebook, Twitter, RSS, and Email Subscribers.  It has also reached 1.16 million hits and averages 38,000 unique visitors and 65,000 page views a month.

And that's three!
Below are the most popular posts in terms of number of shares on its second year, that is, from October 5, 2011 to October 4, 2012. » Read more

Mathematics and Multimedia Blog Carnival 22

To all Math Blog Carnival lovers, the 22nd edition of the Mathematics and Multimedia Blog Carnival is now online at Math is Not a Four Letter Word.


To those who missed the previous carnivals, you may want to check them out:

You may also want to visit the complete list of the previous Mathematics and Multimedia Carnivals.

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