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Volume 8, Number 14

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7 April 2003                                    Vol. 8, No. 14

                 THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

             Mrs. Carlton's Algebra I Home Page
Gateway to Educational Materials | Global Sun Temperature Project


              MRS. CARLTON'S ALGEBRA I HOME PAGE

 http://www.bonita.k12.ca.us/schools/ramona/teachers/carlton/

  Denise C. Carlton offers algebra-related materials for her
  own students and for algebra students generally. Especially
  helpful for the latter group might be:

    - Tips
    - Tutorials
    - This Week
    - History
    - Glossary

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              GATEWAY TO EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS (GEM)

                   http://www.thegateway.org

  The Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM) provides access
  to thousands of educational resources found on various
  federal, state, university, non-profit, and commercial
  Internet sites. GEM is a project of the U.S. Department of
  Education, and is located at the Information Institute of
  Syracuse at Syracuse University.

  You can browse lists organized by subject or keywords;
  search by subject, keyword, title, or grade level; and limit
  search results to materials that are free. When browsing by
  subject, the topics listed under mathematics are:

    - Algebra
    - Applied mathematics
    - Arithmetic
    - Calculus
    - Careers
    - Discrete mathematics
    - Functions
    - Geometry
    - History
    - Informal education
    - Instructional issues
    - Measurement
    - Number sense
    - Number theory
    - Patterns
    - Probability
    - Process skills
    - Statistics
    - Technology
    - Trigonometry

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                GLOBAL SUN TEMPERATURE PROJECT

      http://www.k12science.org/curriculum/tempproj3/en/

  The Global Sun Temperature Project is an Internet-based
  multidisciplinary project. It gives students a chance to
  collaborate with other students and with experts online, in
  determining how their locations affect their average daily
  temperature and hours of sunlight. Students collect data at
  their own locations, publish their work on the project web
  site, and use project discussion boards to compare notes with
  other participants.

  Here are some important dates to remember:

    - Registration opened March 10 and closes May 9
    - Project began March 31 and continues through May 9
    - Conduct the experiment May 12 - 16
    - Submit the temperature and sunlight data May 16 - 21
    - Graph and analyze the results May 23 - June 13
    - Final conclusion May 23 - June 13

  Available also in Spanish:
  http://www.k12science.org/curriculum/tempproj3/es/index.shtml

  View other CIESE Online Classroom Projects:
  http://www.k12science.org/currichome.html

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