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Volume 7, Number 26

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1 July 2002                                       Vol. 7, No. 26

                  THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

    Eduscapes.com | National Agricultural Statistics Service
      The Math Forum @ Drexel: School Improvement Programs
       

                  EDUSCAPES.COM - SUBJECT INDEX

         http://www.eduscapes.com/42explore/subject.htm
  As part of their site for "life-long learners," Annette Lamb
  and Larry Johnson have organized resources under different
  topics, including mathematics. 42eXplore focuses on a new
  topic each week. The math topics featured include:

    - Charts & Graphs
    - Codes, Ciphers & Secret Messages
    - Fractals    
    - Geometric Shapes and Figures
    - Pi
    - Polls and Surveys
    - Statistics & Probability
    - Tessellations

  On each page you'll find definitions, activities, four good
  starting points, and more links and resources for the
  thematic topic.

  See also
    Teacher Tap - professional development resources that help
      educators address common technology integration     
    http://www.eduscapes.com/tap/

    Activate E-Journal - provides resources for parents,
      teachers, library/media specialists, administrators,
      and technology coordinators.
    http://eduscapes.com/activate

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         NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS SERVICE (NASS)

          http://www.usda.gov/nass/nasskids/nasskids.htm

  Stanley Stat and Pie-Chart Pam introduce kids to
  statistics and demonstrate how important they are to
  agriculture. Features of this site include:

    - Glossary, Words We Use
    - Games
    - The History of NASS
    - What Does NASS Do in Your State
    - Ag for Teachers
    - Ag Links
    - Stanley Stat
    - Pie-Chart Pam

  A version in Spanish is also available:

          http://www.usda.gov/nass/nasskids/nasskidses.htm
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      THE MATH FORUM @ DREXEL: SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS

              http://mathforum.org/schoolprograms/

  Our goals are to help students learn mathematics, and to help
  schools improve math education. In addition to our public web
  site, each year we offer special programs for selected
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    - support teachers who would like to learn more mathematics
      or more about how students learn math

    - learn about and integrate some of the new software and
      technology that can make a big difference in your math
      classrooms

    - expand your school's resources through programs such as
      our mentoring services

    - organize Internet resources and provide online support
      services for teachers and students that match your local
      standards and performance goals.

  Sample School Web Site
      http://mathforum.org/schoolprograms/any.school/

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