In This Issue
The Math Images Project
Maths Is Fun
Disfruta Las Matemáticas
eCalc
Online PD Courses
Teaching Math with the Problems of the Week:
PreAlgebra Focus
Math Fundamentals Focus
Free Online Opportunities
For teachers of students in grades 59: Using Technology and Problem Solving to Build Algebraic Reasoning
Technology Tools for Thinking and Reasoning about Probability


The Math Images Project
http://mathforum.org/mathimages/
The Math Images Project is a wiki collaboration between Swarthmore College, the Math Forum at Drexel University, and the National Science Digital Library. The Project aims to introduce the public to mathematics through beautiful and intriguing images found throughout the fields of math.
Using Mediawiki, the Project encourages a collaborative atmosphere in which contributors find images, write an explanation, and educate members of the community through discussion.
Maths Is Fun
http://mathsisfun.com/
Rod Pierce's idea in developing his site aimed at basic math skills is to offer mathematics as well as some fun bits, and to combine the two wherever possible.
Areas of the site include:
 Math Menu
Numbers
Algebra
Geometry
Data
Measure
 Puzzles & Quizzes
 Illustrated Math Dictionary
 Worksheets
Disfruta Las Matemáticas
http://disfrutalasmatematicas.com/
Pierce offers a Spanish language version of the resources on his Maths Is Fun site.
eCalc
http://www.ecalc.com/
The eCalc site freely offers both a Basic and a Scientific online calculator. On each of the two calculator pages, scroll down to view the available features.
Other links on the site include:
 Calculator Reviews
 Video Demo
 Windows Vista Sidebar Calculator Download
View their blog page for updates:
http://www.ecalc.com/blog/


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