Mathematics for Teaching Category: Math blogs

Category: Math blogs

Math Teachers at Play blog carnival #50 – submission

Hello bloggers and teachers. This blog is hosting the 50th edition of Math Teachers at Play (MTAP) blog carnival this 18th of May 2012. Promote your favorite posts/articles by submitting the links using the MATP submission form before the 18th. Do you have a game, activity, or anecdote about teaching math to young students? Please share! What is your…

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Math Teachers at Play Blog Carnival

Math Teachers At Play- Blog Carnival #49 of Let’s Play Math is now live in TeachBesideMe. Go check-out the fabulous submissions and of course the photos and images. Mathematics for Teaching will be hosting the 50th edition of MTaP. You may use the  Math Teachers at Play Blog Carnival — Submission Form to submit your posts or email it…

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Math Blog Carnivals

A math carnival is a one-stop shop of math ideas from bloggers all over the world. Here are the latest edition of  three Math Blog Carnivals in English. Of course, you can always translate them to your language. Math and Multimedia Carnival 19 Math Teachers at Play 46 Carnival of Mathematics 84 And if you are looking…

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Math and Multimedia Blog Carnival #17

WELCOME to the 17th edition of Math and Multimedia Blog Carnival! As is the tradition, a math blog carnival should introduce the mathematical significance of n in its nth edition. I was lucky to host this 17th edition. I didn’t have to look further for the significance of the number 17. The 17 beautiful patterns of…

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Math Blog Carnival Submission

Just because BlogCarnival.com is malfunctioning again doesn’t mean math bloggers can’t have fun. As announced, Math and Multimedia Carnival #17 will go live on the 28th of November here at Math for Teaching. Deadline for submission is on the 27th Nov 2011. If you already submitted your articles via blogcarnival.com but did not get acknowledgement, please…

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