## Sunday, June 17, 2007

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## Sunday, June 17, 2007

## Aristotle

**It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it**.

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Meandering mutterings and musings about math by a concerned Connecticut parent.

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- National Math Advisory Panel - FINAL REPORT 2008
- National Mathematics Advisory Panel
- NCTM's Principles and Standards/Focal Points
- Highlights from TIMSS 2003
- OPEN LETTER TO US SECRETARY OF EDUCATION
- The Truth About Math Standards and Reform
- What Can Parents Do?
- 10 Myths about Math Ed
- What the US Can Learn from Singapore
- **Singapore Math PLACEMENT TESTS**
- TIMSS Tests Online -- Math and Science
- Practice Problems for the California Mathematics
- Thinking Blocks... great word problem practice!
- Let's Play Math
- NYC HOLD
- Weapons of Math Destruction
- The Math Page
- The Math Mojo Chronicles
- Illinois Loop
- Out in Left Field
- Instructivist
- After the Math Panel
- Kitchen Table Math, The Sequel

## 1 comment:

That is a brilliant video!

Actually, I thought it was going to be about some convoluted lattice method. I was counting the time it took him to draw the "lattice" and insert the numbers.

In that time, I had done the problem in my head, using very simple (but requiring practice - imagine that!) technique. You can check out the basics of it at The MathMojo Chronicles.

Hotcha!~

Brian

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