Math Quiz: NYT Learning Network

Published by patrick honner on

Through Math for America, I am part of an on-going collaboration with the New York Times Learning Network.  My latest contribution, a Test Yourself quiz-question, can be found here:

This question is based on a rash of bee hive burglaries in the Western U.S.  How much is a bee hive worth?

Categories: ChallengeNYT

patrick honner

Math teacher in Brooklyn, New York


Allison Krasnow · August 12, 2011 at 12:33 am

How funny to have stumbled across your blog. I read your NYT beehive question earlier this week as I saw it on the MFA facebook site (I am in MFA Berkeley). And then I saw this link to your blog from the site which I learned about this evening during a GeoGebra webcast. I look forward to reading more about your teaching. I really love your curve-matching GeoGebra project and am thinking about doing a scaled-down version with my middle school students.

MrHonner · August 12, 2011 at 8:00 am

Thanks for saying hi, Allison.

It’s nice to hear from someone from MfA Berkeley. It’s amazing how much MfA has done for me as a teacher, and it’s great to see the program expand in scope and impact.

Have a great year, and let me know how the curve-fitting project goes with your middle school kids!

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