 Qwizdom
Qwizdom's wireless handheld technologies and student response system let teachers instantly assess students' comprehension and identify their misconceptions and errors, in parallel, without having to facilitate multiple voices or single out "quiet" students.
...more>>
 Radical Constructivism  Alex Riegler, Ed.
People, organizations, and online papers that deal with radical, epistemological, psychological and educational constructivism and second order cybernetics. Includes general introductions, online books and papers, links, conferences, and a URL submission
...more>>
 Radical Math
A site for integrating issues of social justice into the classroom. Contribute your own resources, search them by keyword, or browse by math topic, title, or types such as lesson plans, article, charts, graphs, data sets, maps, books, websites, and more.
...more>>
 the radical rational ...  Pam Wilson
Blog by a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) of Algebra II and Geometry "in search of innovative ideas with a wellbalanced approach for the math classroom." Posts, which date back to July, 2011, have included "The Purpose of Life and The Quadratic
...more>>
 Radius and Diameter  NASA Lewis Learning Technologies Project
Mr. Jordan wants to put up a fence all the way across the middle of his round vegetable garden. If the radius of the garden is 3 feet, how many feet of fencing will Mr. Jordan need to buy? A detailed answer is provided. From NASA's 9th Grade Math Proficiency
...more>>
 Rafael Pacheco  Rafael Pacheco
In Portuguese: lessons and materials centered on high school geometry.
...more>>
 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
...more>>
 Rama Math Help  Marty Schultz
Pages to help people solve the alien number machines in the Sierra game Rama, with a lesson in base 8 and 16 (and 10) and base conversions, useful for others, too. Includes a review of base 10 and an overview of bases 8 and 16. There is also a link to
...more>>
 RAND Education  RAND Corporation
A division of the RAND Corporation, RAND Education is a nonprofit institution that helps improve policy and decisionmaking through research and analysis. In particular, see the RAND Mathematics Study Panel (RSMP), part of its Achievement for All research
...more>>
 Random (Blog)  Neil Bickford
Bickford writes "about mathematics, cellular automata, programming, Rube Goldberg Machines, and overall randomness." Posts of the selfdescribed "mathematician/programmer/scientist," dating back to May, 2009  when Bickford was 11 years old  have included
...more>>
 Randomise Me  Better Data Limited
This platform for running trials randomizes participants and asks them the questions you choose at prespecified dates or times. As study subjects report their outcomes, Randomise Me measures the difference between the two groups, and calculates the statistical
...more>>
 Randomness and Geometric Probability (The Geometry Junkyard)  David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine
An extensive annotated list of links to material on randomness and geometric probability: Buffon's needle; random domino tilings; random polygons, etc.
...more>>
 random.org  Mads Haahr
Generate random numbers on the Internet by using a web form (comparable to throwing dice), randomized sequences (lottery tickets), raw random bytes, virtual coin flips, or bitmaps. All numbers are tested statistically and the results available in realtime.
...more>>
 RapidCalculator  ProAlgorithms.com
This mobile computing platform for web and handheld devices performs matrix operations like multiplication/inverses; plots graphs of functions and operations on polynomials; manipulates complex numbers; and evaluates other math, science, and engineering
...more>>
 Ratio and Proportion  NASA Lewis Learning Technologies Project
If the ratio of boys to girls is 5 to 8 and there are 40 girls, which proportion should you use to find out the number of boys? A detailed answer is provided. From NASA's 9th Grade Math Proficiency Test.
...more>>
 Ratio and Proportions (SMILE)  Barbara Trotter, Ole A. Thorp School
A lesson designed to teach students to read and write proportions; identify the means and extremes of a proportion; solve proportions and problems using proportions; and to make a scale drawing. From the Practical and Applied Math section of a collection
...more>>
 Rational Functions: Oblique Asymptotes and Real World Applications  Jay Yohe; Susquehanna Township High School, Harrisburg, PA
A description of the oblique asymptote in rational functions, with a review of the necessary steps for graphing rational functions. In addition, two realworld application problems are explored involving cost and dimensions of cans and reduction of acid
...more>>
 Ratios (SMILE)  Richard Murray, Gage Park High School
A lesson that uses scale models to teach students to examine models and compare their lengths numerically; to measure the models; and to calculate the length of the real size base when they know the scale of the model. From the Practical and Applied Math
...more>>
 Raw  DensityDesign Lab
The "missing link between spreadsheets and vector graphics," this open web app's interface lets you create custom vectorbased visualizations on top of the DataDriven Documents JavaScript (D3.js) library. Starting with delimiterseparated values in plaintext
...more>>
 The R. Buckminster Fuller FAQ  Christopher J. Fearnley
The Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (FAQ) Resource on R. Buckminster
Fuller, based primarily on the history of the discussions, interests, and needs of the readers of the BITNET mailing list Geodesic and its USENET gateway bit.listserv.geodesic.
...more>>
 R. Buckminster Fuller on PBS  Thirteen / WNET
A biography of R. Buckminster Fuller, with explanations and illustrations of inventions such as the Dymaxion house, Dymaxion car, Dymaxion bathroom, and geodesic dome. Explore Fuller's Dymaxion map, John Kuhtik's Fly's Eye Dome, the World Game, and the
...more>>
 R. Buckminster Fuller's Octet Truss  Hop David
A discussion of Buckminster Fuller's invention based on the octahedron/tetrahedron tessellation.
...more>>
 Readings and Poetry Selections for Mathematics in Poetry  JoAnne Growney, Bloomsburg Univ., Bloomsburg, PA; The Math Forum
Annotated bibliography for the contributed paper session, "The Scholarship of Humanistic Mathematics," AMSMAA Joint Meetings, Orlando, Florida, 1996.
...more>>
 Real Numbers in the Real World (SMILE)  Ulysses Harrison, Dunbar Vocational High School
A lesson designed to teach students to group the set, R, of real numbers into two different sets: R > 0, R < 0; use parentheses to change the order in which
exponentiation, multiplication, division, addition and subtraction are performed
by
...more>>
 Real Teaching Means Real Learning  David Martin
Posts from this blog, which date back to November of 2010, have included "Calculus and the justice system," "Driving and deriving in math class," "BEDMAS last along with Lottery Winners," and "Meaning first, homework second." Martin, who teaches high
...more>>
 Real World  Lesson Ideas: Math; Teachnet.Com
Activities: Buy Groceries; Plan Christmas Vacation; Credit Cards for Kids; Who's Average?; Carpet Your Classroom; Division from a Printer's Viewpoint.
...more>>
 Real World Math  Thomas J. Petra
Lessons that use Google Earth to teach math include Oil Spill Estimates and Scientific Notations; Iditarod Challenge and Typhoon Project; Four Color Map and Mazes & Labyrinths; Crop Circles and Fractal Measurement; Lunar Sports and Rockets. Each lesson
...more>>
 Real World Math Via the Internet  Wendi Fein, M.A., Heritage Online
K12 math using real world problems and data that will support interdisciplinary teaching of science, social studies, history and business. Teachers in this course take advantage of the Internet for class discussions and to access material, and prepare
...more>>
 The Real Y2K Problem (Math Chat)  Frank Morgan, MAA Online
Solution to the challenge: Every year in the millennium from 2000 to 2999 can be represented as the sum of consecutive integers, except one year. Which year cannot be represented as the sum of consecutive integers? New challenge: Where do you think you
...more>>
 Reasons for Studying (Learning and Mathematics)  Susan Bobbitt Nolen; Math Forum
In this 1988 article, "Reasons for studying: Motivational orientations and study strategies," Susan Bobbitt Nolen, of the University of Washington, argues that in order to foster meaningful learning and effective study strategies, teachers should reduce
...more>>
 Reassessing U.S. International Mathematics Performance: New Findings from the 2003 TIMSS and PISA  American Institutes for Research
"Despite a widely held belief that U.S. students do well in mathematics in grade school but decline precipitously in high school, a new study comparing the math skills of students in industrialized nations finds that U.S. students in 4th and
8th grade
...more>>
 Recent Earthquake Teachable Moments  Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS)
Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) is a university consortium sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), dedicated to the operations of scientific facilities for the acquisition, management, and distribution of freely available
...more>>
 Recherche dans MATHS France  Académie de Toulouse
Un moteur de recherche qui scanne tous les sites académiques en mathématiques.
...more>>
 Recommended Mathematics Literature  International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO)
A page of readings recommended by the International Mathematics Olympiad in association with Amazon.com Books. Major sections include: Problem Solving; Collections of Mathematical (Competition) Problems; Anthologies and Surveys; Number Theory; Analysis;
...more>>
 The rec.puzzles Archive
The index of the rec.puzzles archive. Puzzles are categorized by subject area and include solutions compiled from various sources and supposed to be definitive. Subjects include: analysis, arithmetic, combinatorics, competition, decision, geometry, group,
...more>>
 The rec.puzzles Archive  Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.)
A list of puzzles, categorized by subject area, from the newsgroup rec.puzzles. Puzzles include solutions compiled from various sources, supposed to be definitive. Subjects include analysis, arithmetic, combinatorics, competition, decision, geometry,
...more>>
 rec.puzzles FAQs by Newsgroup  Dept. of Computer Science, Universiteit Utrecht
Information on the following topics: crosswords, analysis, arithmetic, combinatorics, competition, cryptology, decision, geometry, group, induction, Instructions, language, logic, physics, Pickover (Cliff), probability, reallife, references, series,
...more>>
 Recreational Mathematics  David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine
Some Web resources for recreational math, including links to Eppstein's pages own (Number Theory, Combinatorial Game Theory, and The Geometry Junkyard) and to pages by others.
...more>>
 Recreational Mathematics Topics  Steven Dutch; University of Wisconsin  Green Bay
Contents: Symmetry, Crystals, Polyhedra and Tilings: an extensive, illustrated collection including reflectional and rotational symmetry; repeating patterns in two and three dimensions; building crystal forms with unit cells; regular, Archimedean, radial,
...more>>
 Rectangle Pattern Challenges  Cynthia Lanius
Examine different stges of rectangle patterns, and describe what you must do to get from one to the next. Observe the designs looking for patterns. Use the symmetry of the design to help you count. Organize your information into a table. On square grid
...more>>
 Rectangle Perimeter and Side Length  NASA Lewis Learning Technologies Project
A rectangle with a perimeter of 24 inches might have adjacent sides measuring: 6 inches and 4 inches; 11 inches and 13 inches; 9 inches and 3 inches; or, 2 inches and 12 inches? A detailed answer is provided. From NASA's 9th Grade Math Proficiency Test.
...more>>
 Rectangular Parallelepiped, Cube Formulas (Ask Dr. Math FAQ)  Math Forum
Formulas for finding the surface area and volume of a rectangular parallelepiped and a cube.
...more>>
 Rectilinear Geometry (The Geometry Junkyard)  David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine
An extensive annotated list of links to material on geometric problems defined on squares and rectangles, higher dimensional boxes, cubes, and hypercubes, right triangles and other rightangled figures, and "taxicab geometry" in which distances are measured
...more>>
 A Recursive Process  Dan Anderson
Anderson's blog, which dates back to June of 2010, has included posts such as "Robocode & Math," "Standards Based Grading," "Cake:Frosting (A look into a proper ratio of real math:cool tech)," "Paper Towels WCYDWT (What Can You Do With This?)," "Two
...more>>
 Recursos de Matemáticas en Internet  Flavio P.
Información buscable, dividida en categorías que contienen enlaces comentados: altas, actividades, actualización, apuntes, buscadores, congresos, debate, enlaces, Escher, fractales, historia, lista general, Olimpiadas, publicaciones,
...more>>
 Recycling Topology  Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
It's hard to miss the triangle of three bent arrows that signifies recycling. It appears in newspapers and magazines and on bottles, envelopes, cardboard cartons, and other containers. But have you noticed that there are two versions of this ubiquitous
...more>>
 Redecorator Fractal Wallpaper Manager  Seraline P/L, Sydney, Australia.
A wallpaper manager, or randomizer, and image creator for Windows 95/98/NT/2000. Redecorator can change your desktop wallpaper as often as you like, creating seamless tiles and fractals.
...more>>
 Reference Notes  Department of Mathematics, Cal. State U. San Bernardino (CSUSB)
Notes on set theory, symbolic logic, methods of proof, basic proofs, functions, relations, binary operations, and groups. Also, Math Tools for practicing modular arithmetic and truth tables, or for solving Diophantine equations. Search the Notes, or scan
...more>>
 Reflections on Deep Blue  Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
We generally assume that the ability to play a good game of chess requires intelligence when it comes to people. Why not for chessplaying machines as well? Well, here is one argument that shows that things are not so simple. One aspect of human intelligence,
...more>>
 Reform Calculus Resources  Harel Barzilai
Many printable activities and worksheets, some with solutions, longterm student projects, capsules and tutorials, and resources for instructors including a sample secondsemester calculus course with inclass groupwork activities, projects, and student
...more>>
 
