My Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus classes helped make this parody of Taylor Swift's "Never Ever Getting Back Together" titled "Never Ever Divide by Zero." Would love it if you used and/or shared it. We had a lot of fun making it.
That's awesome, Jeffrey! Thanks for sharing it with the group.
Creating math song parodies seems to be quite popular these days. This one caught social media fire last year: Quadratic Formula - based on Adele's Rolling in the Deep
Anyone else have a fun math video to share?
What a great way to get students involved and excited about math! I could also see this being motivational for a lot of new teachers to try something new in their classrooms. Is this part of a math club?
Does anyone else have another fun activity teachers could do with their classrooms?
In light of Pi day, I ran across an article that offered a musical interpretation of Tau;
In anticipation for Tau day...
It's not part of a math club. We do the filming on the day before a holiday when only about half the students come to school. I can't really get anything else accomplished then, it rewards those that came in, and it might just encorouge folks that were planning on skipping to still come to school. On the recent video, "Imaginary Trouble - A parody of Taylor Swift&#39;s &quot;Trouble&quot; - YouTube" you'll notice one particular girl is in it a lot. That was because she was the only student I had in my pre-calculus class that day.