Printable Paper Designed for Math Problems. Papers Designed for Math Sometimes we just need special paper for math work.

At donnayoung.org, you can print paper that has the multiplication table printed all around the edges and paper that has a number line. I have graph paper and paper that can be used to make a coordinate grid notebook. To navigate the "Math Papers" use the links and the images below or use the menu above. Math Paper Print paper that is divided into sections, 10 sections per sheet. Another similar version of the paper (pictured on the left) is available without the words "Show your work. " Printable Math Graph Paper. Printable Math Graph Paper Here is a graphic preview for all of the graph paper available on the site.

You can select different variables to customize the type of graph paper that will be produced. We have Standard Graph Paper that can be selected for either 1/10 inch, 1/4 inch, 3/8 inch, 1/2 inch or 1 centimeter scales. The Coordinate Plane Graph Paper may be selected for either single or four quadrants paper. The Single Quadrant graph paper has options for one grid per page, two per page, or four per page. Math Paper : Panther Technology. ModMath. Dy/dan – less helpful. Math for primates. Tom Henderson Interview My partner in Mathematical crime, Tom Henderson, was interview recently over at Technoccult.net.

Here’s a quote: Mathematics is like unicorn anatomy. You imagine this thing, and it doesn’t exist, yet it still comes with facts. I know how many legs a unicorn has. I know I perked your interest with that one. [You can get more of Tom and I by listening to our podcast Math for Primates. Point of clarification: The interviewer refered to me as a scientist and professional weightlifter. It’s a great interview and it really shows a lot of the humor that Tom brings to the table. Our podcast is NOT designed for mathematicians. Posted in Mathematics Tagged anatomy, eric weinstein, interview, math, math for primates, mathematician, podcast, primates, technoccult, tom henderson, unicorn Category Theory and Bonobo Sex Check out my recent podcast with Tom Henderson on Category theory and how it relates to Bonobo sex (yep, bonobo sex) over at Math for Primates. Probably the best blogs by maths teachers around the world.

Image by DavidErickson via Flickr There are some really great blogs out there written by maths teachers who really care about their practice.

I enjoy reading their posts as they share their insight and ideas and think about how it could improve my own teaching. There is wheat and there is chaff out there. To save you time in separating the two, I have compiled this list of the best blogs I have found so far: f(t) Written by the highly witty and entertaining Kate Nowak, I love this blog for lots of reasons. I find her blog a useful way of ‘keeping the big picture in mind’ rather than becoming obsessed with the details all the time.

Keeping Math Simple One of the best blogs I have found discussing pedagogy in maths teaching. “This blog isn’t about making math easy because it isn’t. There are regular blogs about using Geogebra effectively in teaching maths. Typical of the quality and thought provoking posts on this blog is “Teaching algebraic thinking without the x’s“. Welcome mathforprimates.com - BlueHost.com. Illustrative Mathematics. Educational Leadership:Making Math Count. Create and share visual ideas online.

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Links to other educational sites with math/physics-related information or java applets useful for teaching: And when you get tired of learning, here is some fun stuff: Java Pong Applet a cute little pong game I wrote a while ago. Evolution - GeneEd - Genetics, Education, Discovery. Processes by which organisms are changed over time Evolution is the process by which organisms change over time.

Mutations produce genetic variation in populations, and the environment interacts with this variation to select those individuals best adapted to their surroundings. The best-adapted individuals leave behind more offspring than less well-adapted individuals. Given enough time, one species may evolve into many others. Articles/Research Are Humans Still Evolving? Description: For much of nature, natural selection and ‘survival of the fittest’ still play a dominant role; only the strongest can survive in the wild. Source: Genome Research Limited and Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute | URL: Evolution. Science & Nature - Human Body and Mind. The Math Learning Center. ClassDojo.

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