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  1. Internet Resources for Science and Mathematics Education - Tom O'Haver, Maryland Collaborative for Teacher Preparation
    A list of online resources for education; mathematics, integrated science and mathematics, other sciences, computers and technology, downloadable software, K-12 school pages, multicultural connections, subject catalogs and indices, search engines, ...more>>

  2. Internet Use by Teachers - Teaching, Learning, and Computing (TLC)
    The first report published in Teaching, Learning, and Computing to provide data for a nationally representative sample of more than 2,000 teachers on how they did — and did not — use the Internet. ...more>>

  3. Interventions Portfolio: Math - Peacock, Groenew; School Psychology Project, Univ. of South Dakota, SD
    A place to read suggestions by teachers for helping children gain skills and concepts related to mathematics across the grades (Preschool, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12). You may also submit your own successful strategies. ...more>>

  4. invention at play - Lemelson Center, Smithsonian National Museum of American History
    Rotate and translate the tangram-like pieces of Puzzle Blocks to form the silhouettes shown; arrange the gears, springs, funnels, and other objects of Tinker Ball to divert the falling ball into the target. The Invention at Play exhibition focuses on ...more>>

  5. Inversions: A Catalog of Calligraphic Cartwheels - Scott Kim
    The inversions gallery of Puzzlemaster Scott Kim, whom Isaac Asimov called "The Escher of the Alphabet." An inversion is a word or name written so that it reads in more than one way. Some inversions read upside down, some flip in a mirror. Some read as ...more>>

  6. Investigating LCM and GCF Using Rods - Margo Lynn Mankus
    The objective of the lesson plan Investigating LCM and GCF Using Rods is to look at the Least Common Multiple (LCM) and Greatest Common Factor (GCF) from "hands-on" pattern-building to using set theory. With teachers as the intended audience, the activity ...more>>

  7. Investigating Patterns: Symmetry and Tessellations - Jill Britton
    Thirty activities from a variety of Web sites, coordinated with a forthcoming book by Jill Britton for Cuisenaire/Dale Seymour, Exploring Pattern: Symmetry and Tessellations (March 1999). Topics include an introduction to symmetry; symmetry in the alphabet, ...more>>

  8. Investigating Polygons - Margo Lynn Mankus
    The lesson plan for What is the Sum of My Angles? has the objectives of investigating the sum of the measure of the interior angles of a triangle using several methods, and making a mathematical conjecture from observations. The lesson plan for Regular ...more>>

  9. Investigating Tessellations Using Activity Pattern Blocks - Suzanne Alejandre
    A lesson plan with activities for investigating tessellations with pattern blocks, keyed to the NCTM Standards, and student tessellation samples. Links to a Patterns Program in which you can drag an unlimited number of standard pattern block shapes into ...more>>

  10. An Investigation of Subtraction Algorithms from the 18th and 19th Centuries - Nicole M. Wessman-Enzinger
    An exploration of different algorithms used during 18th and 19th century America, with discussion of implications for the modern teacher. This article, which originally appeared in the January 2014 issue of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) ...more>>

  11. Investigations in Number, Data, and Space (TERC) - Testbed for Collaboration, Eisenhower Regional Consortia
    A K-5 mathematics curriculum with four major goals: to offer students meaningful mathematical problems; emphasize depth in mathematical thinking rather than superficial exposure to a series of fragmented topics; communicate mathematics content and pedagogy ...more>>

  12. iPracticeMath
    Type in your responses to iPracticeMath's online multiple-choice questions, and press the orange "submit" button to check your answers: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, algebra, "word to number" (interpreting written-out quantities), and ...more>>

  13. I Support the Common Core - McCallum, Bill; and Zimba, Jason
    Blog "for people who want to be active in support of the Common Core State Standards" (CCSS). Posts, which date back to August, 2013, have included "Cathy Kessel critiques the critiques," "A mathematician on the rigor of the Common Core," "The Coming ...more>>

  14. It's a Small World - Guillermo E. Pedroni, L. D. Brady Elementary School. Aurora, IL
    A collaborative learning project combining e-mail penpals with Internet research and bilingual (English/Spanish) writing projects. The site contains a project summary (with assessment rubric and list of standards addressed), scenario, student pages (find ...more>>

  15. I Used To Believe - Mat Connolley
    A collection of childhood beliefs, such as thinking that cats are female dogs, that seeds swallowed will sprout fruit from your ears, and a primal fear of toilets. "Some of the beliefs come from overactive imaginations, but a lot are the result of parental ...more>>

  16. IXL Learning
    IXL provides free online practice, organized by grade levels K-8 and aligned to state standards. Choose one math skill from among the hundreds offered, and submit your answer. Respond incorrectly, and click on the "explanation" button to learn more; get ...more>>

  17. Jamit Fractions - JAMIT Software
    Software for learning fractions, for students from 8 years old to adults. Topics are presented in short lessons, each with references, examples, and a practice game that generates problems to be solved. A free version is on the Web; Part One may be purchased ...more>>

  18. JAN (Job Accommodation Network) - President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities
    An international toll-free consulting service that provides information about job accommodations and the employability of people with functional limitations. JAN's mission is to assist in the hiring, retraining, retention or advancement of persons with ...more>>

  19. The JASON Project
    A year-round scientific expedition designed to excite and engage students in science and technology, and to motivate and provide professional development for teachers. The project mounts a two-week scientific expedition each year. The team conducts research ...more>>

  20. JAVA Gallery of Interactive On-Line Geometry - The Geometry Center
    Applets illustrating geometry concepts. WebEQ, Hyperbolic Triangles, Lorenz Simulation, One-Dimensional Iteration, Tetris, Leap Fractal, Fractals from Iterated Function Systems, Kali: Wallpaper Patterns. Created by The Geometry Center. ...more>>

  21. Javascript School Math Toolkit - Jeff LeMieux
    JavaScript Pythagorean solver, proportion problem solver, percent proportion problem solver, chord to circumference calculator, denominator to repeating decimal checker, subtraction worksheet generator, addition worksheet generator, multiplication worksheet ...more>>

  22. JEST - The Journal of Extraneous Scientific Topics - Russel and Rebecca Carlson
    A newsletter for children: puzzles and an archive of past articles, Ask Dr. Iva (how does a banana work?), and the Homepage of Quadrant NQ. ...more>>

  23. J. Frederic Teubner, The Toymakers of JTEU - J. Frederic Teubner
    See, in particular, the ReutĚReut 12x12 Transmagic Square. Also board, card, and dice games, magnets, t-shirts, books and tapes, coloring books, an art gallery, and a millennium 2000 computer art calendar. ...more>>

  24. JFundi - Educational Software - Riekie Botha
    JFundi offers educational software. Their first product is Times Tables intended to help children memorize the multiplication tables. The Java software runs on multiple platforms. ...more>>

  25. Jiskha Homework Help - Math - Jiskha Homework Help
    Submit math questions or answers to this homework help forum. Jiskha archives past math problems and solutions for searching or browsing in reverse chronological order. ...more>>

  26. Job Interview - Math Forum, Teacher2Teacher FAQ
    Answers to a frequently asked question: What issues should a teacher think about before a job interview? ...more>>

  27. Jo Boaler
    From the author of What's Math Got to Do with It?: How Parents and Teachers Can Help Children Learn to Love Their Least Favorite Subject. Watch a YouTube clip of Boaler teach using Inquiry Based Learning method, or click through her presentation entitled ...more>>

  28. Joel David Hamkins
    Blog by a City University of New York (CUNY) professor who researches mathematical and philosophical logic, particularly set theory, with a focus on the mathematics and philosophy of the infinite. Posts, which date back to 2011, have included "The mate-in-n ...more>>

  29. John Jerrim
    Publications, blog, and other resources by a University College London Reader in Educational and Social Statistics who has worked extensively with the OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) data. Jerrim has organized publications into ...more>>

  30. John Mason's Projects - John Mason
    Projects by the author of Thinking Mathematically and former director of the Centre for Mathematics Education: Structured Variation Grids and other animations and applets; studies in algebraic thinking; mathematical explorations; MEMEs (Meaning Enquiry ...more>>

  31. Johnnie's Math Page - Johnnie Wilson
    A directory of interactive math activities and tools for elementary and middle school children. The site is organized and presented so that children can easily find engaging and worthwhile math activities. The directory is organized by content: number, ...more>>

  32. John Olive's Home Page - John Olive, Department of Mathematics Education, The University of Georgia
    Course descriptions and requirements for Computers in Mathematics Education and Investigations into the Teaching of Mathematics Grades 7-12. Recent articles, available online, include Computer Tools for Interactive Mathematical Activity in the Elementary ...more>>

  33. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
    John Wiley & Sons, Inc., develops, publishes, and sells products in print and electronic media for the educational, professional, scientific, technical, medical, and consumer markets worldwide. Search for a title among more than 11,000 listed in Wiley's ...more>>

  34. Join the Dots: a Math Line Puzzle - Math Forum
    Can you connect 9 dots laid out 3x3 using 4 straight lines, without lifting your pencil from the paper? Questions, hints, solution. ...more>>

  35. Join the Math Forum: A Math Education Community Center on the Internet - Math Forum
    How to become a member and contribute to the Math Forum. Gain access to the best Math resources on the Internet while helping to build a bigger and better community. ...more>>

  36. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education - Kluwer
    A journal devoted to topics and issues involving the education of teachers of mathematics, serving as a forum for critical analyses of innovative programs, research, technology, assessment, teaching diverse populations, policy matters, and developments ...more>>

  37. Journal of Urban Mathematics Education - David W. Stinson, Editor-in-Chief
    The Journal of Urban Mathematics Education (JUME) is a peer- reviewed, open-access, academic journal focused on research, pedagogy, and scholarship of mathematics in urban communities. K-16 urban mathematics teachers and teacher educators are encouraged ...more>>

  38. Journey North - Annenberg Media
    Register online (free) for a global study of wildlife migration. Read today's news, from monarch migrations to robin populations in the south; report sightings, search the site. Numerous supplemental materials are available online, and further materials ...more>>

  39. JovoToys - JOVO Click 'N Construct Math Manipulatives - Alexander's Polyhedra, Alex Doskey
    JovoToys are polygon shaped pieces - equilateral triangles, squares and regular pentagons - that click together on their edges, allowing them to fold up to make three dimensional shapes. The JovoToys website shows many different applications of ...more>>

  40. Joy of Problem Solving - Deepak Kulkarni
    Math olympiad programs for elementary and middle school kids by a Ph. D. in computer science and former NASA researcher. See, in particular, the section of Kulkarni's site entitled "How to Work on Problems," which includes essays such as Problem Solving ...more>>

  41. Jude e-Clock : Mr. Myers' Classroom - Nathan Myers
    Virtual manipulative for teaching various concepts in telling time. Features include the ability to change the clock's face (two different primary faces, Roman numerals, 12-3-6-9, & graduated markings only), display of time in digital format, display ...more>>

  42. JumpingJoey - Psysoed Dynamics LLC
    Learn the number line by jumping or walking a 30-foot long, durable canvas number line. Also available as a placemat with dice and a board game. ...more>>

  43. Jumpin' Jehosaphat, the Counting Sheep - Shawn Dodds
    Ask Jehosphat to solve the equation and watch her jump the answer. ...more>>

  44. JUMP Math - JUMP Math
    Teacher materials and professional development training by the numeracy program. Freely download PDFs of JUMP Math's introductory unit "Using Fractions" and other school resources. Also available in French. In 1998, mathematician and playwright Dr. John ...more>>

  45. Just a Usual Day at Unusual School (MegaMath) - Nancy Casey; Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Students perform a play that takes place in a school where some of the students always lie and the rest always tell the truth. Terry, the protagonist, is trying to find out which students are which, but at the beginning, there is no way of knowing whom ...more>>

  46. Just Us Teachers
    Resource for elementary math teachers, with links to math clipart, math fonts, lesson plans and reproducibles, a poetry corner, and an area for ADHD. ...more>>

  47. Just What I Asked For
    A kid-safe site designed to make it easy to find high-quality resources on the Web. Look for math under Education. ...more>>

  48. K12ASSESS-L Mailing List
    The goal of K12ASSESS-L is to provide educators with a fast, convenient, and topical electronic discussion forum focusing on issues related to educational assessment in grades K-12. It is hoped that K12ASSESS-L will become the place for local assessment ...more>>

  49. k12.ed.math - Math Forum
    A moderated discussion forum for K12 mathematics issues such as curriculum, assessment, classroom practices, suggested assignments, help on particular problems, grading practices, requests for advice, history of mathematics, etc. Messages are reviewed ...more>>

  50. K-12 Educational Outreach Activities - National Optical Astronomy Observatories (NOAO)
    Program highlights include The Use of Astronomy in Research Based Science Education, a proposed teacher workshop on using data in the classroom; products include Frequently Asked Questions about Being an Astronomer (a Spanish version of this FAQ is also ...more>>


 
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