November 23, 2007
Volume 12 No. 47
 

In This Issue

TeachingCollege
Math.com

Teaching College Math Technology Blog

NASGEm News

North American Study Group on Ethnomathematics (NASGEm)

Archimedes Geo3D

 

Free Online
Opportunities

For teachers of students in grades 3-5:
Tools for Building Math Concepts

For teachers of students in grades 5-9:
Using Technology and Problem Solving to Build Algebraic Reasoning

For all students:
tPoWs

For students in grades 9-10:
the MathMentor

 

TeachingCollegeMath.com

http://www.teachingcollegemath.com/

This site by Maria Andersen, Math Instructor, Muskegon Community College, is intended to be a community and resource for those hoping to...

  • become better math instructors
  • improve how much their students learn and retain
  • understand how students learn
  • share ideas that work in the classroom
  • prepare a good online or hybrid math class
  • decide which books about teaching and learning might be worth reading
  • find a good conference on teaching math


Teaching College Math Technology Blog

http://www.TCMTechnologyBlog.blogspot.com

Andersen blogs about technology for math courses. Posts include technology ideas and websites for online instruction as well as for classroom use.


NASGEm News

http://www.ccd.rpi.edu/eglash/nasgem/newslet/NNvolume2_1.pdf

Download a 712k PDF of the inaugural issue of NASGEm News. The latest from the North American Study Group on Ethnomathematics includes:

  • Perspectives
  • Events
  • Publications
  • Research
  • President's Report
  • ICEM-4
  • Web
  • News
  • Callings
  • Minutes


North American Study Group on Ethnomathematics (NASGEm)

http://www.ccd.rpi.edu/eglash/nasgem/nasgem.htm

NASGEm strives to increase our understanding of the cultural diversity of mathematical practices, and to apply this knowledge to education and development.


Archimedes Geo3D

http://archimedesgeo3d.weebly.com/

Andreas Goebel offers software for interactive geometry in three dimensions that you can use to

  • construct points, lines, spheres, planes, triangles and many more objects
  • trace points, lines or circles to get locus lines or locus surfaces
  • drag objects and see the rest of the construction change accordingly
  • create your own macros

Currently an English language Windows beta version can be downloaded and evaluated for four weeks before purchase. Partially translated versions for Linux and Mac OS X are also available.

 

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