Call for MAA Contributed Papers: Using Inquiry-Based Learning in Mathematics for Liberal Arts Courses, organized by Julian F. Fleron, Volker Ecke, Philip K. Hotchkiss, and Christine von Renesse, Westfield State University; Friday morning.
Past News & Announcements
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Navigating between the Dimensions
Julian F. Fleron and Volker Ecke
Mathematics Teacher, Vol. 105, Issue 4, NCTM, 2011
Two classroom activities—the Flatland game and sliceforms—are useful vehicles for student exploration of the geometric interplay between the dimensions.
Now available for beta-testing: Games and Puzzles, Music, Dance, Number Theory, The Infinite, Knot Theory, and Geometry.
We are presenting at the 2012 Joint Meetings of the AMS/MAA in Boston: Exploring the Mathematics of Tuning a Musical Instrument using Straws and Radon-Kaczmarz Puzzles: CAT Scans Meet Sudoku. See you there.