Mathematics for Teaching Category: Math blogs

Category: Math blogs

Top 20 Math Posts and Pages in 2012

I blog in order to organise what I think. And I don’t think I’m succeeding judging from the range of topics that I have so far written since I started Math for Teaching blog in 2010. Here’s the twenty most popular math posts and pages in this blog for the year 2012. It’s a mix…

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Math blog carnival

This site will be hosting the 25th edition of Math and Multimedia Carnival which will go live at the end of this month, October 31. A math blog carnival is a collection of articles from various math blogs and sites. So if you are a blogger, this is an opportunity for you to promote your…

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Math Problems for K-12 with solution

Math Problems for K-12 is my new site that contains problems with solutions, explanations and common errors students commit in solving the problem.  Sample students answers are shown with the corresponding marks. The posts are written for students but teachers, I’m sure, will also find them helpful. You can say this is the student version…

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Math Teachers at Play at Math Mama

Math Teacher at Play (MTAP) #51 is now live in Math Mama Writes …. Really great collection of 51 posts from teachers, lecturers, professors, bloggers, … in the following categories: Arithmetic, Patterns and Logic, Visual Math, Algebra-Geometry-Trigonometry, Puzzles and Games, Notations and Logic, and Breaking News, and may favorite, Teaching Mathematics.  I even got two…

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Math Teachers at Play blog carnival #50

When I sign-up to host the May edition of Math Teachers At Play blog carnival organized by Denise of Let’s Play Math blog, I didn’t know it will be its 50th edition. Wasn’t I lucky? It’s a milestone for MTAP. Kudos to the organizer and supporters of MTAP. But I got one little problem. It…

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