1) A Multiple Solution Task: a SA Mathematics Olympiad Problem (Learning & Teaching Mathematics, June 2016 paper).
2) mathematics/science cartoon and mathematics quote (at bottom of page)
1) Nine Point Circle and Spieker Circle Duality
2) Bug Escape Problem
3) SA Mathematics Olympiad Problem 2016, Round 2, Question 20
b) The New DQME website showcases the work of a 6 year EU project with 11 participating countries. It contains 1000s of practical materials tested and ready for use in the classroom, organised in 10 languages and by age level and mathematical content. To download materials click 'Register Now' on the webpage and Submit your details, after which materials can be accessed when you log in with email/password.
c) Download the free, open source ICMI 13 study report The Philosophy of Mathematics Education.
d) The Journal of Mathematics and the Arts has made a call for papers for a Special Issue on Education. Contribute about new and groundbreaking research in the areas of scholarly inter- or transdisciplinary work in mathematics and the arts education. Both formal and informal contributions are sought, more specifically, this special issue will focus on the application of the arts in mathematics education and/or mathematics in the arts education. Deadline: 1 October 2017.
e) View and listen to Tessellations in Music, showcasing the interplay between patterns in music, art and mathematics.
f) Visit Sine of the Times for many short, thought-provoking articles for teachers that include stimulating, novel, interactive math activities from elementary school and upwards.
g) NCTM's Illuminations site contains many useful lessonplans for the teaching of mathematics at all levels, as well as many interactive applets to use online or to download.
h) Read this interesting story about a Retiree discovering a proof for the elusive Gaussian correlation inequality.
Calculus - what a dentist scrapes from teeth.
Center of Mass - the Priest.
Centroid - a 100 year old nerd.
Chaos - Kmart.
Chord - a pile of wood.
Circle - the longest distance between any two points.
Circumference - a circuitous inference.
Coefficient - two heads are better than one.
Cylinder - Budweiser.
(Dynamic Mathematics Learning)
Dynamic Geometry Sketches: http://
Dynamic Mathematics Learning Store: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/