Share this page:
We don’t deal with failure properly in most educational settings. This talk gives some options for improving that.
Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Learning, Math movies, Mathematics | No Comments »
Imaginary numbers are the result of some mathematical creativity, but have many applications in science and engineering.
Posted in Math movies, Mathematics | No Comments »
This video shows how to use powers of 10 to make estimates of large numbers.
This is an interesting story about how Africans used fractal ideas for their designs.
Posted in Math movies, Mathematics, Travel & Culture | No Comments »
How do we get the message out about saving corals from destruction? Here’s one way involving community crochet.
Posted in Environment, Math movies, Mathematics | One Comment »
Here’s a great story involving an intriguing proof that spans over 350 years.
Here’s an important use of mathematics in the real world – navigation at sea. We learn about dead reckoning, sextants, clocks and new mathematics.
This is a really interesting mind experiment. You may even find yourself re-thinking your concept of infinity.
This is a classic late-1950s cartoon where Donald learns where math comes from.
Posted in Learning, Math movies, Mathematics | 5 Comments »
See this PBS documentary about the development of fractals and how they are used in computer graphics.
Posted in Computers & Internet, Math movies, Mathematics | No Comments »
Sign up for the free IntMath Newsletter. Get math study tips, information, news and updates twice a month. Join thousands of satisfied students, teachers and parents!
Given name: * required
email: * required
See the Interactive Mathematics spam guarantee.