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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Tis the season!

To do some math!  Here's a nice video of a college professor explaining some math to his students:

I hope the math didn't scare you too much!
Have a nice day!

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    1. Yeah... I thought maybe you did. He's adorable.

      I showed this to my 7th graders today in class- one kid just about jumped out of his skin! Heh heh heh.

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  2. Oh, that's great! I love creativity like that. Speaking of math videos, have you seen this one?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdxEAt91D7k

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    1. LOL!!! How in the world did you find that? They lip-synched PERFECTLY, and the whole thing was reminiscent of how some of my students "understand" math. Thanks- I'm going to explore some of their other videos. What a hoot.

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    2. Aren't they hilarious? A friend posted it on facebook. Enjoy the others! (I think the superhero one is my favorite :).)

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    3. The camping one... NINJA VANISH!! Too funny!

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  3. I didn't get scared because I had an inkling of what might have been coming but showed it to the kids and they jumped rather impressively LOL.
    What a brilliant video, I laughed and laughed and laughed!!! If only someone like him had been my teacher, I probably would have enjoyed maths far more than I did at school.

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    1. I know- many of my math profs in college were so stuffy and dull. It's a wonder I love it so much- I certainly didn't get it from them!

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  4. Okay, how did you get your comments to format like Wordpress with an option to reply to specific people?!

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    1. Uhhhhh...

      I dunno.

      I prayed about it?

      No- seriously, the options just appeared out of nowhere so I started using them. I guess Blogger wants to be like Wordpress when it grows up!

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    2. Sarah, I think if you choose the option to have comments imbedded rather than as a pop-out window, it automatically gives you that option.

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