The Teacher’s Amusement Center

April 1, 2008

One from our viewers

Filed under: Comics,Math — sciencefun @ 1:56 pm

Thanks to Mrs. Bluff for sending this in!

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March 12, 2008

Really now, how does knowing this help anything?

Filed under: Comics,Math,Pi,Toothpaste For Dinner — sciencefun @ 10:23 am

From Toothpaste for Dinner

February 27, 2008

Brilliant Strategy

Filed under: Lectures,Liars,Math,Teachers — sciencefun @ 9:38 am

If I ever have to go back to lecture style teaching, I want to do it like this guy.
My Favorite Liar

November 26, 2007

Not nearly as compelling as Hollywood makes it seem

Filed under: Comics,Janitors,Math,PBF — sciencefun @ 2:24 pm

Lyle’s Constant

October 11, 2007

This title has nothing to do with the post, sorry.

Filed under: Comics,Math,Proofs,SMBC — sciencefun @ 10:14 am

Proofs

October 4, 2007

I think this applies to block scheduling as well

Filed under: Comics,Math,Parents,Wellington Grey — sciencefun @ 9:22 am

I don’t know

September 18, 2007

Sorry, busy day. No picture, just joke.

Filed under: Joke,Life Science,Math,Physical Science — sciencefun @ 12:54 pm

A physicist, a biologist, and a mathematician are sitting in a café and notice people going into and coming out of the house across the street. First they see two people going into the house. Time passes. After a while, they notice three people coming out of the house.

The physicist says, “The initial measurement was not accurate.”

The biologist says, “They must have reproduced.”

The mathematician says, “If one person enters the house, then it will be empty again.”

May 21, 2007

Too true

Filed under: Comics,Math,Social Studies,Truth,XKCD — sciencefun @ 9:09 am

Certainty

May 10, 2007

Nobody likes a smartass

Filed under: Math,Pictures,Students — sciencefun @ 12:30 pm

Expand

April 16, 2007

To infinity, and five!

Filed under: Math,Pictures — sciencefun @ 11:48 am

Infinite equation

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