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  1. Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP)
    A non-profit organization offering multidisciplinary and academically rigorous curriculum materials and teacher development programs based on mathematical exploration of real-world problems. Developers of the PBS television series "For All Practical Purposes: ...more>>

  2. Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) - Information Institute of Syracuse
    A community of organizations, government agencies, corporations, and individuals in important leadership roles formed to further the development and use of telecommunications in K-12 education. Topics include legislative issues, conference participants ...more>>

  3. Constant Perimeter and Constant Area Rectangles (Connected Geometry) - Daniel Scher; Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC)
    Interactive Java animations accompany the article "Theorems in Motion: Using Dynamic Geometry to Gain Fresh Insights" by Daniel Scher in the April 1996 issue of the Mathematics Teacher. The article outlines how dynamic geometry software can be used to ...more>>

  4. The Constants and Equations Pages - Jonathan Stott
    A growing reference resource providing alphabetically listed categories of some of the more important and useful aspects of maths and special sections on numbers, algebra, trigonometry, integration, differentiation, and SI units and symbols, with in addition ...more>>

  5. Constants, Units, and Uncertainty - National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
    A reference with three sections: Fundamental Physical Constants (values of the constants and related information, and a searchable bibliography on the constants); the International System of Units (in-depth information on the SI, the modern metric system), ...more>>

  6. Constructing Semi-Regular Tilings - Kevin Mitchell
    A document based on a talk given at the Spring 1995 Meeting of the Seaway Section of the Mathematical Association of America. Contents include: Introduction and Historical Background; Notation and Definitions; General Theorems; Hyperbolic Results; and ...more>>

  7. Constructions with ruler and compass - Zef Damen
    A page that answers the question, What are ruler-and-compass constructions? With links to step-by-step drawings for constructions: bisecting a given angle; constructing: a line perpendicular to a given line that divides it into two equal parts; a line ...more>>

  8. Constructivism and Education: A Shopper's Guide - Moses A. Boudourides
    A brief review of the various streams of constructivism in studies of education, society, science and technology: philosophical, cybernetic, educational, and sociological. A paper presented at the International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics ...more>>

  9. Constructivism and Mathematical Concepts - Pathways to School Improvement
    A discussion of constructivism as it relates to teaching mathematics. A list of reflective questions for teachers and references is included. ...more>>

  10. Constructivism - Classroom Compass
    The winter 1994 issue of Classroom Compass explores this theory of learning, including a brief literature summary and suggestions for the constructivist classroom. Two instructional activities (Which Container Holds the Most? for younger children and ...more>>

  11. Constructivism in mathematics education - what does it mean? - John and Annie Selden; The Math Forum
    A presentation given at the Joint AMS/MAA Mathematics Meetings, January 1996, Orlando, Florida. Includes an annotated bibliography: Kinds of Constructivism. ...more>>

  12. Constructivism in Science and Mathematics Education - Michael R. Matthews
    Matthews discusses constructivism, its scope and influence, and looks at the particular case of New Zealand, in this article from the 99th Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education. ...more>>

  13. Constructivism in the Classroom - Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
    The Math Forum's suggested sites on constructivism in math education, including projects and Web resources (conference sessions, articles, reports). See also our page of selected Internet sites with a constructivist orientation or that offer readings ...more>>

  14. Constructivist Mathematics and Unicorns - Lee V. Stiff
    The then-president of NCTM lays out distinctions among various forms of constructivism, and how they relate to the Principles and Standards, in this 2001 article. ...more>>

  15. A Constructivist View of Science Education - University of Massachusetts Physics Education Research Group (UMPERG)
    Four premises of constructivism: knowledge is constructed, not transmitted; prior knowledge impacts the learning process; initial understanding is local, not global; and building useful knowledge structures requires effortful and purposeful activity; ...more>>

  16. Constructivist Views of Learning in Science and Mathematics (ERIC Digest) - Drew K. Ishii
    An examination of constructivism and its implications for the classroom, with web and print resources for additional study. ...more>>

  17. Constructor - Soda
    Constructor animates and edits two-dimensional models made out of masses and springs. The springs can be controlled by a wave to make pulsing muscles, and you can construct models that bounce, roll, walk, etc. Try some of the ready-made models or build ...more>>

  18. Content Knowledge: The McREL Standards Database - Mid-continent Regional Educational Laboratory (McREL)
    A compendium of standards and benchmarks for K-12 education. Browse or search the standards, which treat subject areas from math and science to language arts and physical education (e.g. Mathematics Standards.) ...more>>

  19. Continental Mathematics League (CML)
    Information about the Continental Math League, including samples and solutions from CMLs for grades two and three, Pythagorean for grades 4-9, Euclidean for grades 4-9, and calculus. Also, order Best of CML books containing questions, and obtain the competition's ...more>>

  20. Contingency Analysis - Glyn Holton
    Information on financial risk management, including value at risk, derivative instruments, credit risk and financial engineering. Discussion groups of risk management professionals; fundamentals, with an overview of enterprise risk management; research ...more>>

  21. Continued Fractions: an Introduction - Adam Van Tuyl
    A brief introduction to the field of continued fractions, including some basic theory about the subject; the history of continued fractions, tracing some of the major developments in the field in the past 2500 years; some interactive applications that ...more>>

  22. Continued Fractions - David P. Stern
    A short elementary exposition of continued fractions, without proofs. Students usually know that any number (e.g. pi) can be approximated to any desired accuracy by decimal fractions, but this method does the same using ordinary fractions. Examples include ...more>>

  23. Continued Fractions, Infinite Continued Fractions, and Iteration - Don Cohen, The Mathman
    Ten different ways to solve a quadratic equation - an area of mathematics with applications to population increase, finding the square root of a number, chaos theory, and fractals. Sample problems from Chapter 8 (Solving Equations and Iteration) of Don ...more>>

  24. Continued Fractions With A Calculator (SMILE) - Fred J. Schaal, Lane Tech High School
    A lesson designed to teach students how to evaluate continued fractions by taking many reciprocals with a calculator. From the Arithmetic section of a collection of almost 200 single concept lessons by the Science and Mathematics Initiative for Learning ...more>>

  25. Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere - Sameer Shah
    Blog by a high school math teacher in Brooklyn (NY), beginning shortly before teacher training and orientation, upon realizing that the textbook "completely limits me as a teacher and as a creative person" and who subsequently sets out to "design clear, ...more>>

  26. Contour plots with trigonometric functions - Eric Weeks
    A method of making interesting non-moiré patterns. See also his pages on Lissajou figures, Polar Flowers, and Spiral triangles. ...more>>

  27. Contradancing and Matrices - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    Bernie Scanlon, a mathematics instructor at Bakersfield College in California, has been dancing nearly every weekend since 1990, even traveling to distant parts of the country to join in the fun. His passion is contradancing - a dance form unknown to ...more>>

  28. Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics - Nina Byers; Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of California at Los Angeles
    A searchable archive of data on 86 twentieth century women who have made original and important contributions to physics, including to the field of mathematical physics. Graphics include an annotated photo gallery and a poster montage of famous females ...more>>

  29. Conundrum Corner - UselessKnowledge.com
    Math puzzles to solve, get the answers to, or send to friends. Also, Visual puzzles, Thinking puzzles, and other conundra. ...more>>

  30. Convergence - Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
    An online magazine encouraging the use of mathematics history as a learning and teaching tool. Convergence will include: math history articles that have a special pedagogical or learning appeal; sharing of classroom experiences; animated mathematical ...more>>

  31. Conversation about A Beautiful Mind, with Sylvia Nasar and Dave Bayer - archived by the Commonwealth Club of California
    A conversation with Sylvia Nasar (biographer of John Nash) and Dave Bayer (math consultant on A Beautiful Mind). Streaming audio of event sponsored by MSRI that took place May 2002. ...more>>

  32. Conversion Factors - Washington State Department of Transportation
    Conversion tables between U.S. customary units and SI (International System) units. The proper conversion procedure is to multiply the specified value on the left (primarily U.S. customary values) by the conversion factor exactly as given below and then ...more>>

  33. Conversion Page - Keith Hooker
    Convert to and from U.S. fluid/dry and metric measures: quarts, cups, teaspoons, gallons, fluid ounces, tablespoons, liters, milliliters; pounds, ounces, grams, kilograms. ...more>>

  34. Conversion Program - Lawrence Goetz
    A page that uses JavaScript to convert temperature between Fahrenheit and Celsius, length among inches, centimeters, feet, yards, meters, miles, and kilometers; weight among grams, ounces, pounds, and kilograms; and volume among fluid ounces, cups, pints, ...more>>

  35. ConvertAuto.com - Lilly Hammond
    JavaScript calclulators for instant online conversions: angles; area; cooking, such as teaspoons (tsp) and quarts (qts); foreign currencies; density; energy; force; frequency; fuel economy, such as miles per gallon (mpg); length; power; pressure; speed; ...more>>

  36. The Converter Site - Alastair Hazell
    A user friendly metric and imperial converter tool. Converts length, area, weight, speed, temperature, time, energy, force, length, mass, power and currency. ...more>>

  37. Converting Inches to Miles - NASA Lewis Learning Technologies Project
    The scale on a road map is 1 inch = 250 miles, how many inches would represent 1250 miles? A detailed answer is provided. From NASA's 9th Grade Math Proficiency Test. ...more>>

  38. Converting Tons to Pounds - NASA Lewis Learning Technologies Project
    A loaded moving van weighs 5 tons. How many pounds would 10 loaded moving vans weigh? A detailed answer is provided. From NASA's 9th Grade Math Proficiency Test. ...more>>

  39. Convert It! - Micro Images Internet Services
    Conversion tables: enter a number and convert from one unit to another: acceleration, area, energy/work, power, length, mass, metrology, pressure, temperature, volume, U.S. fluid/liquid, and velocity conversions are all possible. ...more>>

  40. Convert-me.com - Mariya Voznesenskaya and Sergey Gershtein
    Online converter of areas, capacities and volumes, circular measures, computer storage, currencies, distances and lengths, energy and work, fuel consumption, power, pressure, speed, temperatures, time, torque, weights and masses. Convert-me.com offers ...more>>

  41. Convex Hull Algorithms - Tim Lambert
    An applet that demonstrates some algorithms for computing the convex hull of points in three dimensions. See the points from different viewpoints; see how the Incremental algorithm constructs the hull, face by face; while it's playing, look at it from ...more>>

  42. coolmath.com: Cool Math - Karen
    A searchable "amusement park of mathematics" for exploring math: functions, tessellations, polyhedra, limits, logs, fractals (with galleries), puzzles and problems, fun with numbers, how to succeed in math, careers in math. Also Cool Links for Math for ...more>>

  43. Cool Math Dudes - ThinkQuest 1996
    Problems to explore, with solutions: Investment Inquiry; Circle Selections; The Beginning of Breanna; Matrices Mayhem; Breanna Returns.... With a Watch; Roots of Algebra; Breanna's Chess Companions; Squares of All Shapes and Sizes (well, not of all shapes); ...more>>

  44. Cool Math Guy - Dana Mosely
    Watch math lessons delivered by a video instructor for several textbook publishers. Topics range from arithmetic to several variable calculus, and include review for the standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT. Also, play games that involve matching, ...more>>

  45. Cool Math Sites - Nina Heal
    A links list in the following categories: puzzles, algebra, geometry, calculus, discrete math, statistics and probability, trigonometry and pre-calculus, books and reference, calculators and other technology, data, history, other links sites and internet-based ...more>>

  46. COOL School - School districts of British Columbia, Canada
    COOL School is a consortium of school districts in BC, Canada, which work together to develop quality online learning resources. An LOR (learning object repository) is available on site which includes a variety of math topics, from applications to Calculus. ...more>>

  47. Cool School Tools - Tim Fahlberg
    Shockwave whiteboard movies on algebra, geometry, probability, statistics, the mathematics of finance, and more. A whiteboard movie (WM) is a multimedia screen recording of writing on an electronic whiteboard (real or virtual) with or without voice and/or ...more>>

  48. Co-op City - Peter Barricelli
    A classroom project involving the construction of scale models of buildings and towns. In addition to teaching ratio and proportion, the process introduces the students to blueprint and CAD (Computer Aided Design) programs. ...more>>

  49. Cooperative Learning - Classroom Compass
    The fall 1994 issue of Classroom Compass looks at some aspects of cooperative learning and ways it can be implemented in the classroom. Two instructional activities, one providing suggestions for elementary students (Pumpkin Exploration) and one for higher ...more>>

  50. Coordinates and similar figures - Mark Motyka, Math League Multimedia
    Definitions and illustrations: What is a coordinate?; Similar figures; Congruent figures; Rotation; Reflection; Folding; Symmetric figure. ...more>>


 
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