A precalc final review blog by Kate *f(t)* Nowak; an AP Calc blog with lots of handwritten problems (something I’d like to have done a long time ago).

A precalc final review blog by Kate *f(t)* Nowak; an AP Calc blog with lots of handwritten problems (something I’d like to have done a long time ago).

Dysfunctional Attitudes by Charles *G&G* Wells. Today’s “Handbook now online” post is big news: it appears at excited first glance to introduce a self-published masterpiece of math lexicography. What a guy.

The repeated additon flap revisited by the *Warrior*.

This glossary by Pat Ballew has a *lot* of info! I’d’ve posted this link already except that, um, I thought I already had. No time to take notes! Read! Read! Read!

Also, hours later, here’s a statistical lexicon spotted at the *Endeavour*.

*The Calculus Wars* reviewed (the May *Notices*).

What the heck, an opinion piece in the same issue (calculators).

Just read the contents every issue. There’s always *something* interesting.

For instance that editorial led me to F. Quinn’s *Essays on Mathematics Education*.

A practice test for prospective math teachers (in Massachusetts) from Prentice. Found in this ghastly video-ridden *Boston Globe* piece, via M.A. Chandler‘s *Washington Post* mathblog.

“One Step Ahead of the Train Wreck” that is Everyday Mathematics (Barry G via *KTM*).

Piaget roundly debunked at *The Number Warrior*.

Things R. Talbot used to think, at *Casting Out Nines*.

The students are onto Mr. Meyer.