 Teaching Math to Visually Impaired Students  Susan Osterhaus, Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (TSVBI)
Questions and answers offering teaching strategies for improving the mathematical
understanding of visually impaired students. Challenges include solving quadratic equations; geometric constructions; transformations, line symmetry, and tessellations;
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 Teaching  Peter Alfeld, University of Utah
A page of teaching resources intended primarily for Alfeld's University of Utah students, but useful to others as well. Includes a passage from Richard Feynman on teaching; Understanding mathematics  a study guide; current and past courses (Analysis
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 Teaching Research Division  Western Oregon University
Western Oregon University sponsors various childhood education programs, providing local and national services for young children and deafblind people in particular. They also research pedagogical issues, including teacher training and effectiveness.
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 Teaching Statistics  The Teaching Statistics Trust
A journal published three times a year for teachers of pupils aged 919. Includes articles on teaching statistics in mathematics, science, etc. and ideas and resources for teaching datahandling and probability. Regular features include: Classroom Notes;
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 Teaching Students to Read Technical Material: The Use of Reading Outlines  Janet Andersen, Hope College; The Math Forum
An article presented at the Joint 1996 Mathematics Meetings in Orlando, Florida. Many of the recent changes in mathematics curriculum and pedagogy focus on increasing student proficiency in discussing mathematics, writing about mathematics, and using
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 Teaching the SCANS Competencies  Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Dept. of Labor
This PDF report compiles six articles that give education and training practitioners practical suggestions for applying SCANS in classroom and workplace: "SCANS in the Schools", "Implementing SCANS: First Lessons", "Students Use SCANS to Explore Changing
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 Teaching with Electronic Technology  Michael L. Hall
A collection of Web sites reflecting a variety of uses for computing and related forms of electronic technology in teaching, arranged to proceed from more general and theoretical resources to instructive examples of specific applications of technology
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 Teaching with Original Historical Sources in Mathematics  Laubenbacher, Pengelley; Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, New Mexico State Univ.
Excerpts, many in .dvi or postscript formats, and links to extensive information from a book on teaching mathematics with original historical sources: courses, books, and materials available at the undergraduate and high school levels, work with school
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 TeachingWorks
Establishing a "professional system for the training of teachers" through "a common curriculum for professional training that focuses on highleverage practices and on the subjectmatter knowledge needed for teaching; performance assessments of teachers'
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 teachmathematics.net  Noble, Jim; Wade, Richard; and Bowles, Oliver
Collections of activities, movies, virtual manipulatives, presentations, simulations, screencasts, and other resources for math "lessons to look forward to." See also the mathematical experience, a discussion in response to the question "What makes a
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 Teachnet.Com
A site for teachers with lesson plans, tips on classroom decor, management, and projects, a page for teachers to ask for advice from other teachers, and a "Brainstorm of the Day" classroom project.
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 TeAchnology  Teachnology, Inc.
A portal for information about current and past practice in the field of education. Read math teaching "Ideas That Worked"; and tutorials ranging from teacher retirement planning and "What to Consider When Writing a Lesson Plan" to "How to Deal With Disruptive
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 Team America Rocketry Challenge  the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) and the National Association of Rocketry (NAR)
Want to design, build, and fly model rockets? The first of these rocket contests was advertised as a oneoff celebration of the 2002 Centennial of Flight; but the enthusiasm about the event was so great that its sponsors, the AIA and the NAR, were asked
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 TEAMS Distance Learning for K12 Educators  Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE)
Information about TEAMS (elementary distance learning provider); TEAMS classroom projects; and discussion groups for TEAMS participants. Also numerous links to
resources for math, science, social sciences, language arts, art and more; lesson plans; K12
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 tech.LEARNING  Miller Freeman, Inc.
From the editors of Technology & Learning magazine, a leading publication for educators: ideas, tools, and resources for integrating technology into the K12 school, classroom and curriculum. Information offered includes software reviews, recognition
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 Technologies: Past and Future  Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny, with Don Greenwell
A discussion of the similarities in browsing through books and surfing the Internet, the serendipitous discoveries that can be made, fallacious geometric and other puzzles, and an interesting integer matrix, with recommendations of books to read and sites
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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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 Technology in Math Education: AMS/MAA 1997 Joint Meetings  The Math Forum
A selection of presentations from the Joint Mathematics Meetings, 811 January 1997, San Diego, CA.
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 Technology in Math Education  Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
Teaching and technology: case studies and critical issues; calculators; computers; conferences, forums, and panel discussions; pedagogy and curriculum development; software for mathematics education; text recommendations.
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 Technology in Math Education: NCTM 1996, San Diego  Math Forum
A selection of presentations from the 74th Annual NCTM Meeting, 2528 April 1996, San Diego, CA.
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 Technology in the Geometry Classroom  Math 5337, The Geometry Center
Course materials developed at the Geometry Center and used for teaching pre and inservice teachers of high school geometry interested in using technology in their classrooms (see the Summer 1996 syllabus ). Four selfcontained parts: Internet Skills,
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 Technology in the IMP Classroom  Alper, Fendel, Fraser, Resek
The Interactive Mathematics Program (IMP) has developed a new fouryear high school curriculum which is organized around units lasting from 5 to 8 weeks. Each unit centers on a rich problem, and students develop new concepts and skills by solving that
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 Technology 'Nformation forTeachers (T'NT)  Lesson Plans
Units of Lesson Plans: directories of lesson plans that form a curriculum unit or theme. Lesson Plans: abstract and complete versions of the T'NT Lesson Plans. Search by grade level or subject, or search all lesson plans.
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 Technology PoWs  Math Forum
Challenges modeled on the Forum's Problems of the Week (PoWs) that take advantage of interactive mathematics tools. Students are invited to follow the link to "Submit your answer" to share their solutions, and then "selfmentor" using specially designed
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 Technology Student Association
A student organization devoted exclusively to the needs of middle and high schoolers interested in technology. Chapters of the Technology Student Association (TSA) take the study of science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) "beyond the classroom"
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 Technology Training of PreService Teachers  Cathleen Maria Zucco, LeMoyne College; Math Forum
How LeMoyne College preservice secondarylevel mathematics teachers are prepared to integrate technologies in their classroom instruction. During a four week technology period, student teachers are instructed to use graphing calculators (the TI82),
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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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 Teen Math Whizzes Go Euclid One Better  Gautam Nair, The Wall Street Journal
The scholarly journal Mathematics Teacher has churned out some 7,500 articles published over the past nine decades. This month, Volume 90, issue No. 1 will feature a first: a formal math treatise by two high school students. A reproduction of an article
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 Tela the TEnsor Language  Geophysical Research/Finnish Meteorological Institute
A numerical computing environment mainly targeted for numerical simulation pre and postprocessing work. Properties: supports arbitrary dimensional arrays (currently the rank must be less than five though); is generally 24 times faster than Matlab, the
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 Tell A Number Trick (Magic of Numbers)  Paul Chika Emekwulu
A number trick, with an algebraic investigation and an explanation. From Novelty Books and Articles OnLine.
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 Temperature Conversion Calculator  College of Chemistry, Univ. of California at Berkeley
A short explanation of temperature and the units by which it is measured, with a calculator for converting to and from Celsius, Fahrenheit, Réamur, Kelvin, and Rankine scales.
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 Temperatures (MSTE)  John Meseke; University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign (UIUC)
Using current weather data to calculate range, mean, variance, and standard deviation of certain data sets, and then analyzing these calculations.
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 Temperature World
Temperaturerelated news, resources, and links. Topics include: Earth, environment, and planets; House and home; Health; Science, technology, and materials; Temperature sensors, heaters, controls, and instrumentation; Organizations and Standards; General
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 A Template for Napoleon's Theorem Explorations  Steve Weimar, with Sarah Seastone
Some suggestions for things to investigate related to Napoleon's Theorem. Includes a sample sketch.
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 Temple Circles  Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
One tradition that flourished 200 years ago in Japan, during its period of isolation from the western world, involved Euclidean geometry. Scholars and others would inscribe geometric problems on wooden tablets, then hang the tablets under the eaves of
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 TenMarks  TenMarks Education Inc.
View math curricula "albums" by grade and state, with hints and video instructions on demand. Teachers may monitor, assign, and review their students' work.
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 Tensegrity Structures  Paul Flavin
"Compression and Tension are good; Torque's a Killer. Plato, Fuller and the three little pigs." "Cubes (constructed with beams) and houses can and do collapse when a sufficient horizontal (shearing) force is applied above the foundation. The walls act
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 TERC (Testbed for Collaboration)
TERC, funded by the National Science Foundation, is a project that involves science classrooms around the world working together to design experiments, gather and share their data, and analyze the results. TERC's mission to improve math and science education
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 Termesphere Gallery  Dick Termes
Spherical paintings that use a six point perspective. View images of the paintings and read about the artist. Products and services include workshops, lectures, books, and models of the Platonic solids, as well as the painted spheres.
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 Terry McConnell's Home Page  Terry McConnell, Mathematics Department, Syracuse University
Download PDFs of tests given in McConnell's introductory calculus, Math 295. "Stuff" ranges from a remark on average velocity and an expository paper showing the details of how to derive the second order correction to the period of a plane pendulum using
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 TerryStickels.com  Terry Stickels
Puzzle website by author and syndicated columnist Terry Stickels. Visual puzzles, slideshows, and an online store for books, games, and other materials.
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 Tessellated Polyhedra  Jill Britton
Fullpage printable nets of each of the regular polyhedra, decorated with individual surface tessellations in full color. A higherresolution blackandwhite version of each tessellated net appears in Polyhedra Pastimes, by Jill Britton, published by
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 Tessellation Database  Patrick Snels
Find tessellations by subject, author/artist or by plane geometry. A virtual tessellation museum is planned.
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 Tessellations: An Application Of Simple Regular Polygons (SMILE)  Mary Racky, Kenwood School
A lesson designed to develop basic skills making and identifying homogeneous
tessellations, both regular and semiregular. From the Patterns and Logic section of a collection of almost 200 single concept lessons by the Science and Mathematics Initiative
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 Tessellations, Lifelike Tilings...  Andrew Crompton
Tessellations, Lifelike Tilings, Grotesque Geometry, Dissection Puzzles, Anamorphic Mirrors, and Escher style drawings: about twenty examples of Crompton's own work as well as the world's first tessellation (not by Escher), by a teacher of geometry to
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 Tessellations.org  David Annal
Overview of the subject of tessellations with practical examples of how to produce them. Background information on tessellations, including symmetry and famous tessellators, and extensive galleries.
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 Tessellations Project  Mrs. Sulik's Fifth Grade Math Class
"M. C. Escher was a Dutch artist who lived from 18981971. Many of his drawings were tessellations. Instead of using the usual polygons, like triangles and squares to tessellate, he liked to create pictures of horses, fish, salamanders, and birds that
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 Tessellations  Robert Fathauer
A company that makes Puzzellations, Colorful Connectables, and Perpetual Patterns puzzles, plus a variety of other products inspired in part by the Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher, but also by mathematicians such as Roger Penrose and Benoit Mandelbrot.
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 Tessellation Tutorials  Suzanne Alejandre
A series of tutorials that teach students how to tessellate (somewhat in the style of the art of M.C. Escher) using HyperCard for black and white and/or HyperStudio for color, ClarisWorks, LogoWriter, templates, or simple straightedge and compass. The
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 The Tesseract  Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny, with Don Greenwell
A hypercube is a multidimensional analogue of a 3dimensional cube in that each coordinate of a point in a hypercube is restricted to the same 1dimensional (line) segment. The Tesseract is a 4dimensional hypercube. With an applet designed to demonstrate
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