Archive for the ‘National Math. Advisory Panel’ Category

\bulletCarnival of Mathematics #34, at 360.
\bulletThe great Larry Gonick is at it again (cf. my fourth post).
\bulletBrent Yorgey on the Monoid of Partial Knowledge (pre-Haskellization).
\bulletBarry G. responds to “MathPanelWatch” at KTM.


One may learn from this post yesterday in Mathematics Education Research that the NCTM Annual Meeting is going on right now. But the links are all getting me an error message (as of now).

Wait, they work. Let’s see. Oh, great. Statistics (“Becoming Certain About Uncertainty”). Just what elementary-ed needs much less of. Why are we not surprised. Oh, and don’t miss their smarmy attempt at looking like they’re on board with the Math Panel’s tepid denunciation of the lies they’ve been propagating for decades.

\bulletReview and Critique of the Math Panel Report at MathNotations.
\bulletThe crisis in University Mathematics in Australia (Terry Tao).

\bulletA discussion of style in proofs at Ars Mathematica.
\bulletHey, check it out: Math Panel Watch is back from the dead.

The National Math Panel will webcast a discussion tomorrow morning. Of course I’ll miss it.

\bulletThe Final Report of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel was released yesterday.