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Mathagogy: two-minute mathematics education

In ‘asking people on the internet to do things for you’ news: mathagogy.com is asking for submissions from teachers of two-minute videos, describing how they would approach teaching a particular aspect of mathematics.

Peps Mccrea makes the pitch in this positively fleeting 69 second video:

Submit a video at mathagogy.com

via Johnathan Gregg on Twitter

One Response to “Mathagogy: two-minute mathematics education”

  1. Peter Rowlett

    In the video, he very clearly says “one minute video”. On mathagogy.com it says:

    UPDATE 27.05.13 We’re going for two minute videos rather than one (as suggested in the video)

    I thought I’d mention that, since the post has the video but not the correction.

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