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#MTT2k Prize Khan Academy Video Contest Critique Chronology

June 18, 2012 John Golden and David Coffey do the first critique video and a blog post on it. MTT2K – Episode 1 16,329 views as of July 7 2012 89 likes, 122 dislikes John Golden blog post reading

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Multiplication of Negative Numbers Recursive Continuation

Recently, the subject of how to teach or justify rules for multiplication of negative numbers has come out.  The following is an approach based on the Peano Axioms. Natural numbers are 0, S(0), S(S(0))), … 1= 0′. S(0) = 1 … Continue reading

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Jamie Dimon JP Morgan testimony and math tests for legislators

Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan Chase testified to the House oversight committee on financial services on Wednesday June 19, 2012. He had testified to the Senate committee on June 13, 2012. This was in regards to … Continue reading

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Re dy/dan An Incomplete History Of The Math Edublogosphere

The blog dy/dan by Dan Meyer has a post titled An incomplete history of the math edublogsphere.  This has a comment thread of math teachers who blog and apparently regularly follow dy/dan. Number 7 Jeanette links to This in … Continue reading

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