Integer Jim's Math Squad
Jim Bennett offers creative ways to use art, writing,
research, and Internet projects to make math more exciting
for students. With his art projects, Bennett has created
year-long adventure themes for his middle school students
at Cincinnati Christian Schools.
- The Mission
- Integer Jim
- Math Journals
- Treasure Map
- Mural Painting
- Student Web Pages
- Helps, Challenges
- Posters, Coupons, etc.
Request a free sample curriculum and guide for using art to
teach math. See also his TrueType fraction font for
formatting numbers with a horizontal bar.
Shelley's Mathematics Articles
Shelly Walsh, Lecturer in the European Division at the
University of Maryland, wrote a series of self-contained
articles, many of them taken from her class notes. They are
organized into the following categories:
- Unit Conversion
- Analytical Geometry
- Graphing Calculator
National Mathematics Advisory Panel
The U.S. Department of Education hosts a site to document the activities of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel. The panel was created on April 18, 2006, by President Bush to "...advise the President and Secretary Spellings on the best use of scientifically based research on the teaching and learning of mathematics."
Areas of the site include:
- About the Panel
- background, panel members, charter, fact sheets
- remarks, transcripts, meeting materials
- Public Comment
- questions, comments
A "watcher's" view of the deliberations of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel. Blog posts date back to May, 2006.