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Math Educators!

Pop Culture and Math? OF COURSE, come on down because the price is right!

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Hey Math educators! You may think it is hard to integrate Math and Popular culture, but do check our Math pop resources wiki page and the great Math and Science T-Shirt shop at ThinkGeek.com for you to get your Math On!

MC POPPERS that are math artists, writers, webhosters or bloggers...
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Kelly Clark blogs here and at http://www.iteachmathemagics.com/
Maria Droujkova's brilliant www.naturalmath.com community is not to be missed.
Hooda Math - Mathematics Teaching and Educational Game Creation
dy/dan - MC Popper Dan Meyer's Math Teaching Blog
Tony Phillips Math in the Media from the American Mathematical Society

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Comment by Ryan Goble on June 5, 2013 at 7:29am

Kris - please feel free to copy and paste your comment up above in the Discussion forum - that was a GREAT ISSUE - you could even add a cover shot! That way it is archived for good in the forum above AND I can share it when I e-mail out a week in review because it will have a dedicated URL. Your share is totally within our sharing policy so please don't (ever) be timid about hyping a great resources from RS! 

Comment by Ryan Goble on February 6, 2013 at 11:53am

Flocab - don't hesitate to embed the video up above in the discussion forum so we can share the resource on a Week in Review - stuff on the wall gets buried over time!  Ryan

Comment by Flocabulary on February 5, 2013 at 4:28pm

Anyone teaching Pythagorean Theorem? You've probably been searching high and low for a Pythagorean rap song, right? We've got you covered! Happy squaring!

Comment by Ryan Goble on October 30, 2012 at 7:56pm

Hi Rachelle - welcome to MC POP! Great question. Unfortunately, big questions on the comment wall are not easy for folks to respond to and get buried over time.

Would you consider moving this question above us to the discussion forum? When you post your ? above your "affinity group" peeps can give you feedback. Because forum ?s have URLs it will be in there for the next person with a similar ? AND I can broadcast the question to the whole Ning on crowdsource Tuesday.

Thanks for getting in the mix!

RRG:)

Comment by Rachelle Harbert on October 30, 2012 at 5:51pm

Hey everyone! I'm new to Making curriculum pop. It looks like you guys have some awesome ideas! I'm currently student teaching and trying to make a few of my lessons more engaging. The topics are simplifying fractions containing variables, zero and negative exponents, and scientific notation. These topics aren't the most interesting but I would like to make them. Any suggestions?

Comment by Ryan Goble on September 24, 2012 at 10:20am

Oh wow, I didn't see the stem of this question from Shaughn. Unfortunately, things like this - when posted on the wall - tend to get buried / lost. For that reason Shaughn do consider re-posting the question up above us in the discussion forum as a crowdsource question. That way you have a dedicated URL and I can share your ? on a Crowdsource Tuesday!

Comment by Ryan Goble on September 24, 2012 at 10:15am

Thodoris, see also this vintage DiMML post from the discussion forum above - http://mcpopmb.ning.com/group/matheducators/forum/topics/mos-def-ma...

Comment by Thodoris Andriopoulos on September 23, 2012 at 2:33am

Music and mathematics and more...Have a look here:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRD4gb0p5RM&feature=related

Comment by Shaughn Hamman on September 22, 2012 at 9:39pm

The High School students I teach math to  have learning disabilities and they all seem to like music (various genres). How can I teach them how math is used in music?  Thank you

Comment by Ryan Goble on November 6, 2010 at 3:15pm
Lina, thanks for the book suggestion!
 

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