Make the Best Use of your Summer

It’s almost here!  Summer can mean time to rejuvenate and for others it’s time to keep teaching with a slightly different pace and schedule.  We hope these articles will provide some tools to balance work, play and relaxation over the summer months. From...
Summer Reading List Suggestions

Summer Reading List Suggestions

Some math inspired reading for your summer enjoyment on the patio or on vacation! The Calculus Diaries: How Math Can Help You Lose Weight, Win in Vegas, and Survive a Zombie Apocalypse by Jennifer Ouellette – A English major turned science writer spends a year...

End of Semester Wrap-Up Tips

As we head into the final days of the semester here are some tips, tricks and activities to foster retention of material to prepare your students for the final and beyond. Student Videos – As an alternative to another written homework have your students create a...

Ted Talks: Math, Math and More Math!

Ever wonder how large a prime number could be, or how math can be useful to a historian? In this series of Ted Talks a range of mathematicians show how math appears in all aspects of our lives, from fractal patterns in African prints, to cities, corporations, and even...