## Mathematics Education Research Blog mini review

Reidar Mosvold is an Associate Professor of Math Education Research in Norway. His Blog, Mathematics Education Research Blog, is remarkably rich with references to scholarly Math education research.

Aside from the very scholarly material, here are some articles on Reidar's blog that may be of interest to a broader audience:

- A brief history of mathematics (book). A reference to a free online book about the history of Math from 1900. Also, a nice suggestion to check out Scribd for gems.
- Terence Tao in Norway. I had not heard of Terence Tao before but learned that he is a brilliant mathematician and Fields Medal winner. Reidar embeds a YouTube video, and links to more information about Mr. Tao.
- About becoming a Math Education researcher. What do we need to think about? A nice slide show.

Reidar writes prolifically for his blog. One could not possibly keep up with all of his posts so I recommend skimming his posts, or searching the blog, for particular information. Or engage Reidar in a conversation about Math education.

*[If you have a Math-related web-site, or if you blog a lot about Math, and if you’re site isn’t mainly commercial, let’s exchange mini reviews like this one. You review my site, or mention it in one of your posts, and I’ll do the same for you. And, let’s also exchange blogroll links. See this post if you’re interested in a review swap.]*

JonathanJanuary 1st, 2009 - 16:39

Tao has a blog: Terry Tao which has both stuff way over my head, and stuff right at my level.

It took me 3 minutes to realize what the “calibrating exponents” post was about – great stuff, immediately translatable to not only my level, but to my students’ as well.

Kaz MaslankaJanuary 1st, 2009 - 21:57

I have enjoyed your blog thanks!

Kaz