In This Issue
Moody's Mega Math Challenge
Math + Science = Success
The Problem Site
Online PD Courses
Teaching Math with the Problems of the Week
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


Moody's Mega Math Challenge (M^{3} Challenge 2009)
http://m3challenge.siam.org/
Online registration is now open for the fourth annual M^{3} Challenge, an Internetbased applied mathematics contest open to high school juniors and seniors in all New England and MidAtlantic states, from Maine to Washington, D.C. The realworld mathmodeling competition will award scholarship prizes totaling $80,000.
The 2009 M^{3} Challenge weekend is March 78, and there are no entrance or participation fees. Register now before registration ends on March 2 at 5:00 p.m.
The M^{3} Challenge is funded by The Moody's Foundation and organized by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
View information:
 About the Challenge
 Challenge Archives
 Register to Participate
 Rules and Guidelines
 Sample Problems
 The Problem
 Important Dates/Forms
 Media Center
 Submit Problem Ideas
 Contact Us
 Sign Up for Email Alerts
Math + Science = Success
http://www.mathsciencesuccess.org/
This site offers tips for success in math and science to parents and students for each grade level, based on Georgia's educational system. There are also tips on volunteeringfor students, parents, college students, and community membersand links to other math and science sites.
Math + Science = Success is the outreach site for the Georgia Partnership for Reform in Science and Mathematics (PRISM):
http://www.gaprism.org/
The Problem Site
http://www.theproblemsite.com/
Play educational games and daily puzzles, find interesting reference pages, and engage in fun problem solving activities. There are word games, math games, math problems, mystery quests, and many other free educational resources.


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