 Ralph A. Raimi Homepage  Ralph A. Raimi
The University of Rochester Professor Emeritus' notes on math education and nontechnical
writings with a mathematics theme include Whatever became of the New Math?; Have we forgotten the value of memory?, a comment on the New York Regents' Bexamination
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 Report of a study on The TI92 Symbolic Calculator in Norwegian Mathematics Education  Tor Jan Aarstad
A study of the use of the TI92 calculator at Strand upper secondary school in Norway.
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 Roles of calculators in the classroom  Pedro Gómez and Bert Waits
The site contains the extended papers of the conferences presented in the Topic Group 18 of the International Congress of Mathematics Education held in Seville in July, 1996. Papers are presented both as web pages and as PDF files.
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 R. S. Schaeffer  Randy S. Schaeffer, Math & Computer Science, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Schaeffer teaches a course called "Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics." Download the lessons created by his students that call on Geometer's Sketchpad, graphing calculators, and Microsoft Excel. Lesson topics address parallel lines, box and whisker
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 The Slide Rule Universe  Sphere Research Corporation
Slide rule information, lessons, archives, links and an online marketplace: buy, bid for, or swap restored classics, new slide boxes still in the box, and low cost first student rules; learn to operate and care for your slide rule, from Hartung's "A
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 The Statistics Teacher Network  STN  Jerry Moreno, Editor; American Statistical Association (ASA)
A newsletter (beginning Winter 1997) for teachers including book reviews and articles on new teaching ideas, methods, and tools. Initial articles on: Review of ActivityBased Statistics; A Quick Introduction to the Statistical Capabilities of the TI83
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 The Teacher's Network  Casio Classroom
The Casio Teacher's Network is designed to put educators in touch with colleagues to share teaching ideas, discuss technology in the classroom, team up for workshop or inservice needs, or just talk shop via email. By registering you will be in touch with
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 Teachers Teaching With Technology (T3)
Professional development training in handheld technology for educators at each level. Sites worldwide in a host of different languages. The United States site includes: professional development institutes, courses, and seminars; resources for educators
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 Teaching Materials (Mathematics Archives)  University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK)
Links to collections of: Calculus Resources Online; Emerging Scholars Program; Graphing Calculators; JAVA and Other Interactive WWW Pages; Lessons, Tutorials and Lecture Notes; Mathematics and the Liberal Arts; Sites Dedicated to the Teaching of Collegiate
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 The Technology College Short Course (CSC) Program  Waits, Demana; Dept. of Mathematics, The Ohio State University
The CSC Program offers weeklong summer short courses in the United States for college and university mathematics faculty designed to enhance the teaching and learning of collegiate mathematics through handheld calculator technology. It is the college
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 Technology in Hand  Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)
Texas Instruments has compiled 55 ideas from over 150 submitted on how educators are helping their students purchase technology. Use the link to "Creative Funding Ideas" to view them. In addition they have posted four "Educator Funding Stories," success
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 Tech Powered Math  Lucas Allen
This site is designed to alert students, parents, and educators to new developments in technology for learning math and educate them on how to use those resources. Content is continuously added in these areas: video lessons incorporating technology; reviews
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 Texas Instruments Syllabus Support Offer  Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)
Texas Instruments wants to add greater impact to your curriculum and lessons. Let them know in what courses you are using TI technology, and they will send you support materials to help integrate it into your classroom: a TINspire™ support packet, TI
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 TI Graphing Educator Guide  Texas Instruments, Inc. (TI)
The educator’s guide to the benefits of using graphing calculators for classroom assignments and homework, including sections on research and what to say to parents.
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 Tom Reardon's Web Page  Tom Reardon
Tom Reardon, Mathematics Department Chairman, Austintown Fitch High School and Mathematics Instructor, Youngstown State University, shares resources that he has developed to use with his students, including: SMART Board Information & Ideas, Tips and Tricks,
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 Tools for Understanding  John Woodward; University of Puget Sound
A resource guide for extending mathematical understanding in secondary schools, for educators who teach mathematics and are interested in integrating common
technologies into their daily instruction. Onsite strands (Math Concepts with lessons related
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 Uncovering Mathematics with Manipulatives and Calculators  Texas Instruments, Inc.
A text that provides K6 activities emphasizing problem solving, reasoning, communications, and connections, clustered into four content strands: number sense; patterns, relations, and functions; measurement and geometry; and probability and statistics.
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 The University of Chicago School Mathematics Program (UCSMP)
A K12 curriculum begun in 1983, with educational materials designed to bring the real world into the classroom, emphasizing reading, problemsolving, everyday applications, and the use of calculators, computers, and other technologies. Unnecessary repetition
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 Utilizing the Graphing Calculator in the Secondary Math and Science Classroom  Region IV Education Service Center, Houston, Texas
Stepbystep Flash illustrations on the use of Texas Instruments' TI83+ graphing calculators and data collection devices such as the calculator based ranger (CBR), Graphlink, and calculator based laboratory (CBL).
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 XNumber World  James Redin
With the Extended Numerical Keyboards with Structured DataEntry Capability method, enter a number in the same way as you think on the number; for example, input one million and fiftyseven with the four keystrokes 1, million, 5, and 7, in that order.
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