Delayed by technical difficulties, but up at last, this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling features contrasting opinions about the online math video “Math Education: An Inconvenient Truth”—

Is This The “New, New, New Math”?

The “Right” Way

The current Carnival of Education includes an interesting article on Muslims and Math.

Meanwhile, the math geeks have hit the town at the Second Carnival of Mathematics, which features a wide variety of articles to enjoy—many of which are admittedly over my head.

I liked these:

Basics: Limits

Puzzle: Is the spider hungry?

My Favourite Theorems 1 (Halting Problem)

The Boy and the Storekeeper

The results are in!

It’s been a very busy few weeks, and I never got around to posting last week’s carnivals. Here are a couple of math-related posts from last week’s Carnival of Homeschooling:

How the four operations become two

Words of Wisdom from Reader’s Digest (a good joke)

And from last week’s Carnival of Education:

Testing Higher Order Thinking Skills — Part Two

Mind Over Math — Believing It Makes It So

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