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  1. Money Math - Education 4 Kids, Inc.
    Three types of games at two levels of complexity: making change, spending money, and "Piggy Bank Breakin." ...more>>

  2. Money Math: Lessons for Life - Mary C. Suiter, Sarapage McCorkle
    Money Math: Lessons for Life is a free, four lesson curriculum supplement in PDF format that uses real world personal financial scenarios to teach mathematical concepts and basic finance to students in grades 7-9. The lessons emphasize the application ...more>>

  3. Money Matters (SMILE) - Barbette Flennoy, Joseph Stockton School
    A lesson designed to introduce students to different countries' money and the United States monetary value of a penny, a nickel, a dime, and a quarter. From the Practical and Applied Math section of a collection of almost 200 single concept lessons by ...more>>

  4. Money Skills (Early Learning Series) - Marblesoft Software
    Four activities for the Mac that teach counting money and making change in American and Canadian money. ...more>>

  5. MoneyWise: Parents & Educators - Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
    Resources for teaching kids and teens money basics: articles; hands-on activities; life lessons; families & money surveys; questions and answers from Schwab's "Ask Carrie" service on everyday financial challenges; workshops, curricula, and more. ...more>>

  6. Monica Neagoy: Mathematics and Mathematics Education Consulting Services
    Monica Neagoy is a mathematics consultant, public speaker, tutor, and teacher. She offers keynote addresses, Math Magic shows, teacher professional development, creative/technical writing, and other activities at the intersection of arts, education, and ...more>>

  7. Monkey Pod Games - Monkey Pod Games
    Monkey Pod Games specializes in puzzles that can be used in the math classroom in order to help students understand mathematical concepts more easily. ...more>>

  8. Monkeys Dividing Coconuts - Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math Common Question
    A selection of answers to questions about monkeys dividing coconuts, such as "A monkey divides a pile of coconuts into three, tosses the extra one, and takes his share...." ...more>>

  9. The Monkey Shakespeare Simulator - AardAsNails Software
    Simulating monkeys typing randomly on typewriters, this Java applet displays output that matches text from any of Shakespeare's plays in real-time. To raise the chances of "interesting results within our lifetimes," this simulation runs at an accelerated ...more>>

  10. Monthly Themes - NRICH Maths, Univ. of Cambridge
    Past problems from the NRICH Online Maths Club, archived by month. Each problem has a symbol indicating the stage, which tells you how little or how much mathematics you need to know to solve the problem but is no indication of its difficulty. The five ...more>>

  11. Montpelier Portfolio Program (Mathematics) - Montpelier Public Schools
    A site that invites students to use creative strategies to solve story questions. Students choose a problem to solve and send in the solution, showing how they found it; assessments of their efforts are returned via e-mail. Questions to help guide students ...more>>

  12. Monty Hall Dilemma - Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    A full discussion (including simulation) of the famous "three doors" problem, also known as the Game Show problem. ...more>>

  13. The Monty Hall Problem - Math Forum, a Classic Problem from the Ask Dr. Math FAQ
    Let's Make a Deal: If you're shown a goat behind the second of three doors, should you stay with your first choice or switch? ...more>>

  14. Moogie on the Net! - Joseph Emanuel, Emanuel Software
    Commercial drill and diagnostic software where the numbers always change. Not meant to instruct students or to present them with new material, but rather, to help them learn the process of solving problems. Software aligned to national and numerous state ...more>>

  15. More Complicated Than It Seems - Kate Nonesuch
    In this review of the literature of approaches to adult numeracy instruction, Kate Nonesuch asks the question, "How can ABE math instructors apply research findings to their own teaching practice?" Through an extensive literature review and ongoing discussions ...more>>

  16. More Fibbery - Gregory K. Pincus
    "Fibs./ Terse./ Defined./ As your tools,/ Twenty syllables;/ How you use them is up to you." The author explains this form of poetry and its two most important rules: the syllable count of 1/1/2/3/5/8 -- the first six digits from the Fibonacci sequence ...more>>

  17. More Paper-cutting Patterns (Geometry and the Imagination) - Conway, Doyle, Gilman, Thurston; The Geometry Center
    Conical, cylindrical patterns, Moebius, and other symmetrical patterns to experiment with. ...more>>

  18. More than Just a Plane Game - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    When topologists started to explore the world of geometric forms in higher dimensions, they found that neither the intuition nor the vocabulary of ordinary geometry was sufficient to describe and classify the new forms they discovered. They introduced ...more>>

  19. Morphing Art (MatheMUSEments!) - Ivars Peterson (Math Muse for Kids)
    When you're riding along on your bike or in a car, you sometimes see the word "ONLY" painted on the roadway just before an intersection. The white letters look normal from where you're sitting. But if you were standing beside the "ONLY" instead of riding ...more>>

  20. The Most Colorful Math of All (MegaMath) - Nancy Casey; Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Coloring is a profound mathematical topic with multi-million-dollar industrial applications. The problem presented here has been of interest to mathematicians for over a hundred years. With a few crayons or markers and some hand-drawn maps, children can ...more>>

  21. Mostly Modular Origami - Valerie Vann
    Modular Origami is a branch of the art of paperfolding. The earliest modular origami is probably Asian (Japanese, Chinese) in origin. Unlike regular origami, where a figure or sculpture such as a crane, frog or airplane is made from a single sheet of ...more>>

  22. MOTIVATE - Univ. of Cambridge, UK
    MOTIVATE is a project incorporating a series of videoconferences, run by the Millennium Mathematics Project at Cambridge. The objectives of MOTIVATE are: to enrich the mathematical experience of school students, to broaden their mathematical horizons, ...more>>

  23. Mount Everest Math Puzzles - Paula Fleischer; Peachland Avenue Elementary School, Newhall, CA
    Kids (or grownups) answer math questions and get passwords that allow them into 'camps' higher and higher on Mt. Everest until they reach the summit. At each camp they find photos of the mountain and climbers, and tackle progressively more complex math ...more>>

  24. Mozart's Musikalisches Würfelspiel: A Musical Dice Game for Composing a Minuet - John Chuang
    During his life, Mozart wrote the measures and instructions for a musical composition dice game that cuts and pastes pre-written measures of music together to create a minuet. Compose a minuet online in one of three ways: CGI generates all random numbers, ...more>>

  25. M Puzzle: a Math Line Puzzle - Math Forum
    Construct nine triangles by drawing three straight lines through a capital M. Questions, hint, solution. ...more>>

  26. MQS Search - Mathematical Quotations Server, Furman University
    Search the Mathematical Quotations Server by keyword. ...more>>

  27. Mr. Brandenburg's List of Recommended Books on Math and Science - Guy Brandenburg
    A list of over 140 math- and science-related books, mostly recent, for geometry students to choose from, read, and do a report on. This new list is organized by topic: astronomy; bad science; biography: mathematicians + scientists; biology/life science/evolution; ...more>>

  28. Mr. Kelley's AP Calculus Home Page - Mike Kelley
    A teacher-made site that allows students to answer middle and high school math questions from people all over the world. Also an archive of past problems of the week, rated by difficulty. ...more>>

  29. Mr. Math Puzzler - Young Saint Louis.com
    A regular feature from the monthly YoungSaintLouis.com. Postmark answers by the 15th of the month for recognition and the chance to win prizes such as gift certificates. Mr. Math Puzzler is Wayne Hesse, a math teacher at Green Park Lutheran School, who ...more>>

  30. Mrnussbaum.com - Greg Nussbaum
    Mrnussbaum's Math Lab has games such as Tony Fraction's Pizza Shop; Smart Poll; Cash Out (for practice making change); and Tackle Math Ball, Math Speed, Buffalo Math, and Math Fries (all timed games for practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing). ...more>>

  31. Mr. Pitonyak's Pyramid Puzzle - John S. Pitonyak
    A webquest in which students are divided into construction teams that research the cost of building a pyramid, explore actual pyramids through online exhibits, and submit calculations that they would use to build their pyramid. The site includes instructions, ...more>>

  32. Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies - Gisele Glosser
    Interactive math lessons that work online and offline in a Web browser, and provide immediate feedback to students, with in addition Worksheets (on circumference and area; exponents; expressions and equations; integers; Ocean Math; order of operations; ...more>>

  33. Mr. Vaudrey's Class - Matt Vaudrey
    Blog by a secondary educator who "wears costumes, plays loud music, stands on desks, and shows pictures and video — all to make math meaningful for his students." The contents of mathematical posts, which date back to January, 2008, have included ...more>>

  34. MSEB Classics - Mathematical Sciences Education Board, National Research Council
    Reports issued between 1990 and 1995, from the MSEB: Mathematical Preparation of the Technical Work Force: Report of a Workshop; What Should I Look for in a Mathematics Classroom?; Achieving Quality in Undergraduate Mathematics (see also Looking for Gauss...or ...more>>

  35. MSPnet: The Math and Science Partnership Network - TERC
    The Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Program is a major research and development effort to understand and improve the performance of K-12 students in mathematics and science. MSPnet is their electronic community. Learn about individual partnership projects; ...more>>

  36. MSRI Journal - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    The new journalist-in-residence program at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) in Berkeley, California represents one effort to improve communication of mathematics. Peterson will spend the summer of 1999 there. ...more>>

  37. MSTE Java - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
    Java-based activities submitted to MSTE, the Office for Mathematics, Science & Technology Education at UIUC. Topics include: best fit; box perimeter; Buffon's needle; CAD viewer; cereal box problem; chi-squared test analysis of random marbles; cliff ...more>>

  38. The M@th Projects Journal (MPJ)
    A bimonthly electronic publication offering tips and lesson plans for interactive math projects, discussions of relevant topics, and contributions from teachers around the country. Subscription information is available, and you may download the current ...more>>

  39. Mucho Math - Jake Enfield
    Flash program for students to learn math vocabulary and mental math tricks through best practice teaching methods (discovery learning, scaffolding, spiraling, and customized learning). Teachers can create an account and add one student for free to try ...more>>

  40. Muggins! Math - Old Fashioned Products, Inc.
    Makers of the arithmetic board games Muggins, Knock-Out, Jelly Beans, Fudge, and Opps, all available as single wooden board, reversible wooden board, wipe-off board, or overhead transparency. Manipulatives include Number Neighbors, Pre-Algebra for Visual ...more>>

  41. The Mult Applet - Philip Lin
    A Java applet for practicing multiplication tables. Tables from 2 to 9 are scrambled and displayed with blanks for the answers. Enter your answers; if you miss any, you get a chance to correct them. If you get them all right the first time, the applet ...more>>

  42. Multicultural Math Fair - Suzanne Alejandre, Frisbie Middle School
    Twenty-nine percent of Frisbie's student population is Limited English Proficient; Arabic, Cambodian, Chinese, German, Indonesian, Korean, Philipino, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Samoan, Spanish, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, and Urdu are represented. In 1993-94 ...more>>

  43. Multicultural Pavilion, University of Virginia - Paul Gorski
    Sites for educators interested in multicultural issues. Resources for teachers, including reviews of children's music, multicultural activities, online archives, and links to multicultural websites; papers, book reviews, and published materials; statistical ...more>>

  44. Multilingual Glossary - Glencoe Online, McGraw-Hill Education
    Glencoe/McGraw-Hill has launched an online multilingual glossary specializing in math terminology for common terms from grade 6 through Algebra 2. Choose a letter, then choose a language: Arabic, Bengal, Chinese, English, Haitian, Hmong, Korean, Russian, ...more>>

  45. Multimagic squares - carrés multimagiques - Christian Boyer
    Multimagic squares are magic squares that remain magic after their numbers are raised to various powers. The largest multimagic square currently known is Boyer-Viricel's pentamagic square, to the 5th power. ...more>>

  46. Multimedia Applications on a Shoe-String Budget - Dr. Donna Graham
    A site designed to acquaint middle school teachers with economical multimedia tools and ideas for Web-based educational activities that they will be able to use or adapt in their classrooms. Mathematics Lesson Plans/Units include math maps, geometry, ...more>>

  47. Multimedia Catalogue - Biography Index - Institute and Museum of the History of Science of Florence, Italy
    Biographical texts of personalities connected in some way to Galileo. Each text is accompanied by still or animated images or by filmed sequences. Included are Archimedes, Aristotle, Bernoulli, Brahe, Copernicus, the Galilei family, Kepler, Milton, Ptolemy, ...more>>

  48. Multiplying by Zero - Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math Common Question
    A selection of answers to questions about multiplying by zero, such as why zero turns other numbers that clearly have a greater value to zero when multiplied? ...more>>

  49. Multiplying Fractions - Millard Lewis, John Moore; Univ. of Georgia
    An elementary lesson plan with a worksheet and an interactive exploration of the concept of 3/5 using the Geometer's Sketchpad. From Chapter 6: Rationals: Multiplication, Division, and Applications. A student folder from the Dept. of Mathematics Education/J. ...more>>

  50. Murder and the Economist - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    The prominent role of economic principles is certainly evident in all the mysteries of Marshall Jevons. It doesn't take long for protagonist Henry Spearman to begin invoking economic theory in Murder at the Margin, which started the series off in 1978. ...more>>


 
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