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  1. The Mathematical Art of M.C. Escher - B. Sidney Smith; Math Academy Online/Platonic Realms
    An excellent introduction to the mathematics in Escher's art, organized into areas: tessellations, polyhedra, the shape of space, the logic of space, and self-reference and information. ...more>>

  2. The Mathematical Association of New South Wales (MANSW)
    Dedicated to improving the quality of mathematics education and learning by providing: professional development for teachers; quality resources for teachers and students; opportunity to exchange ideas; activities to enrich student learning; and a representative ...more>>

  3. Mathematical Association of Victoria
    An Australian non-profit association founded in 1906, with nearly 2,000 members from all levels of mathematics teaching. ...more>>

  4. Mathematical Association of Western Australia (MAWA)
    Established by a group of mathematics educators to promote mathematics education in Western Australia. Since its inception MAWA has grown to include Pre-service, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary teachers. The site includes a links list, professional development ...more>>

  5. The Mathematical Association (UK)
    Supporting mathematics in education - the British mathematics teachers' association. Primary education through higher education and special ed; conferences, local activities, periodicals, professional development, publications; membership information. ...more>>

  6. The Mathematical Association - UK
    Information on conferences, membership, journals (with reviews), M.A.News, branches, Teaching and Learning Undergraduate Mathematics newsletter, annual report, problem bureau ("No problem too large or too small for us to solve"), and competitions. ...more>>

  7. Mathematical Backgrounds - Data Shaping Solutions
    An interactive, online background generator for creating mathematical backgrounds with original patterns (fractals, carpets, dithering, etc.), textures, and palettes. Matgrounds could be used by carpet designers, and has produced interesting mathematical ...more>>

  8. The Mathematical Brain - Brian Butterworth
    From his book The Mathematical Brain, Butterworth freely offers chapter ten, titled "From fear of fractions to the joy of maths." The sample chapter also includes a test to assess whether you think like a mathematician, and Butterworth's "three-step programme ...more>>

  9. A Mathematical Canvas - Kirby Urner
    Urner's statements on his approach to curriculum writing and philosophy of education, as well as articles: "On Programming the Calculator," "Alien Curriculum," and "Python for Homeschoolers @ FreeGeek." Download 4D "Moodles" of courseware such as Geonumeracy ...more>>

  10. Mathematical Circles Topics - Tom Davis
    Mathematical Circles are for students of high school age or younger who want to increase their abilities to reason about mathematical problems. Students who study in circles learn to do mathematical olympiad-style problems (essay or proofs, not quick ...more>>

  11. Mathematical Concepts, Inc. - Agnes Azzolino
    Games, calculators, jokes, books, and tools to help the student, teacher, parent, and the public to see the world mathematically. Read Math Spoken Here, featuring the essays "Most Operations Are Not Distributive," "So, What's A Fraction?" "A Graph Is ...more>>

  12. Mathematical Connections - Brian R. Sears
    A collection of more than 20 well-known problems (with solutions), and Sine Wave, a set of essays on "the aesthetic aspects of mathematics." ...more>>

  13. Mathematical Discovery of Planets - MacTutor Math History Topics Archive
    A hypertext essay describing the connections between math and planetary discoveries, from the discovery of Uranus through that of Pluto in 1930, with References. ...more>>

  14. The Mathematical Education of Teachers - Alan Tucker, James Fey, Deborah Schifter, and Judith Sowder
    From the Preface: "This report is designed to be a resource for mathematics faculty and other parties involved in the education of mathematics teachers. It is a distillation of current thinking on curriculum and policy issues affecting the mathematical ...more>>

  15. Mathematical Entertainment - Eric Hiob, British Columbia Institute of Technology
    Instructions for building a pinball table that demonstrates Pascal's Triangle. Also, notes on the Travelling Salesman Problem; Finding Areas Using the Monte Carlo Method; Important Numbers (pi and e); the Inside or Outside Problem; and the Roller Coaster ...more>>

  16. Mathematical Etudes - Mathematical Etudes Foundation
    Explorations of mathematical curiosities, some as yet unexplained, through computer animations: train wheels; the sandwich problem; Lipkin linkage; a clever folding; shield a ray; the net of a polyhedron; the vernier scale; the Pythagorean theorem; angle ...more>>

  17. Mathematical Fiction - Alex Kasman
    Want a book or story for the students in your math class? Interested in what our society thinks about mathematicians? This site is dedicated to compiling and reviewing works of fiction that involve mathematics or mathematicians. Search the list of math ...more>>

  18. Mathematical Games and Recreations - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Number games, geometrical puzzles, network problems and combinatorial problems by famous mathematicians, starting around 1850 B.C. and continuing on to the present, with links to biographies of mathematicians who invented the games, pictures, and graphs. ...more>>

  19. Mathematical Golf Sketches - Math Forum
    This activity for studying reflections finds the direction to hit a golf ball to get it to bounce off several walls and into the cup (includes a construction of the solution). See also the introduction to this activity (from the Math Forum's 1996 Summer ...more>>

  20. Mathematical Interactivities - David Hellam
    Interactive mathematical challenges, mostly written in Flash, covering number, algebra, data, shape, and space for K-12 students. Site also includes a forum for teachers to discuss this sort of resource, its development, and its use in the classroom. ...more>>

  21. Mathematically Accountable Talk - Phil Daro, Lauren Resnick, adapted by Art Duval
    This page summarizes some ideas about mathematically accountable talk, and offers some key questions and phrases to use. ...more>>

  22. Mathematically Correct: 2+2=4 - Paul Clopton
    A site devoted to the concerns raised by parents and scientists about the invasion of schools by the New-New Math and the need to restore basic skills to math education. This page also has an alternate location. ...more>>

  23. Mathematically Sane
    Advocates of rational reform of school mathematics. The site includes a mission statement; articles and reports about mathematics reform; evidence and accounts of successful math reform (both anecdotal and data-based); handouts and resources for talking ...more>>

  24. Mathematical Machines - Museum of Natural Science and Scientific Instruments of the University of Modena
    Models of machines based on scientific and technical literature dating back to classical Greece. Among other didactic goals, La collezione di Macchine Matematiche aims to foster reflection on the historical relationships between mathematics, society, ...more>>

  25. Mathematical Models for the Classroom - Foster Manufacturing Company
    Manipulatives hand-crafted for use in the furthering of mathematics education. The catalog of wood products includes solids generated by cross-sections on a circular base, solids of revolution (to illustrate integration by cylindrical shells, by washers, ...more>>

  26. Mathematical Palette - Guillermo Bautista
    A blog that "highlights the lighter side of mathematics.... photos, paintings, songs, poems, jokes, animations, graphics, games, and puzzles and the mathematics within and about them." Posts, which date back to February, 2012, have celebrated "mathematical ...more>>

  27. Mathematical Poetry - A Small Anthology - Kate Stange, editor
    The poems of this anthology deal directly or indirectly with mathematics; some have been chosen some for their metre or structural patterns, others for their subject matter, others for amusement. Some note the differences between mathematician and poet. ...more>>

  28. Mathematical Poetry - Kaz Maslanka
    Blog mainly of "equational poetry," which the author describes as "an artistic expression created by performing mathematical operations on words or images." Posts of "math as a language for connotation," which date back to February, 2005, have included ...more>>

  29. The Mathematical Puzzles of Benjamin Banneker - John F. Mahoney
    "I am able to reproduce, for the first time, three of Banneker's puzzles in his actual handwriting...." See those and more challenging colonial-era problems recovered by Mahoney, who teaches AP Statistics at a Washington, DC, high school named in honor ...more>>

  30. Mathematical Quality of Instruction - President & Fellows Harvard University
    An instrument designed to provide scores for teachers on dimensions of classroom mathematics instruction such as the richness of the mathematics, student participation in mathematical reasoning and meaning-making, and the clarity and correctness of the ...more>>

  31. Mathematical Quotations Server - Furman University
    A searchable collection of mathematical quotations culled from many sources. Pages are listed alphabetically by author's last name. A random quotation is generated regularly or you may use the Random Quotation Generator to find your own. ...more>>

  32. Mathematical Recreations - Advanced Reasoning Inc.
    Mathematically based (not fast-paced, high-action) software games designed to provide an environment in which thinking can take place. For each game there is an associated web site that provides further information. Tangrams, Black Box, and Magic Squares: ...more>>

  33. Mathematical Sciences Education Board (MSEB) - Center for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education (CSMEE), National Research Council
    The MSEB provides national leadership and guidance for policies, programs, and practices supporting the improvement of mathematics education at all levels and for all members of society. Reports include such titles as: The Nature and Role of Algebra ...more>>

  34. Mathematical Sciences Institute - Andrew Talmadge
    Technology-driven professional development for middle and secondary level mathematics teachers. Week-long summer courses led by Nils Ahbel, Karen Bryant, Doug Kuhlmann, Ron Lancaster, Ira Nirenberg, and others have included Using the iPad to Enrich and ...more>>

  35. Mathematical String Art - Richard and Donna Goldstein
    Drawings with equations illustrate: Sliding Ladder, Parabola, Astroid (four-way sliding ladder), Ellipse, Hyperbola, and Octagon. The mathematics behind the equations requires analytic geometry and calculus. ...more>>

  36. Mathematical Symbols in Unicode - Elizabeth J. Pyatt, Information Technology Services, Penn State University
    Recommended browsers and fonts for Unicode; directions for inserting symbols, inserting formulas as images, and combining diacritics; charts for common math symbols and Greek letters; and other suggestions for mathematical notation on the web. ...more>>

  37. The Mathematical Tourist - Ivars Peterson
    "Cool stuff" that Peterson, the Director of Publications and Communications at the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), encounters while "browsing the world of mathematics and computer science: new developments in math and its applications, old ...more>>

  38. Mathematical Words: Origins and Sources - John Aldrich
    "Notes that describe in general terms the origins of the modern vocabulary of mathematics and the sources of information" on which Jeff Miller based his Earliest Uses of Some of the Words of Mathematics. See, in particular, "When and whence for some English ...more>>

  39. The Mathematician in the Desert (Math Chat) - Frank Morgan, MAA Online
    A mathematician, lost in the desert, hears a single toot from a train due west. He knows that the train goes at constant speed in a straight line, but he forgets in which direction. What direction should he walk? ...more>>

  40. Mathematician of the Day - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Includes mathematicians born on this day, mathematicians who died on this day, and posters to print. Use the links in the purple box for the previous day's or next day's anniversaries, or for a full year view. ...more>>

  41. Mathematician's Birthday Calendar - Judy Ann Brown
    Celebrate mathematics through the months by remembering the birthday of your favorite mathematician. Includes lesson ideas. ...more>>

  42. Mathematicians in Math Education - Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
    A page designed to document and encourage productive involvement of mathematicians in K-12 education, from Susan Addington and Judy Roitman. How to join discussions and get involved, with relevant readings. ...more>>

  43. Mathematicians of the African Diaspora - Scott Williams
    Web pages created to exhibit the accomplishments of the peoples of Africa and the African Diaspora within the Mathematical Sciences. Included are areas on the ancients in Africa, modern historical significance, the greatest Black mathematicians, Black ...more>>

  44. Mathematicians of the Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries - David R. Wilkins; School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin
    Math history: accounts of the lives and works of more than 80 mathematicians of the seventeenth and first half of the eighteenth century, adapted from A Short Account of the History of Mathematics by W. W. Rouse Ball (4th Edition, 1908). A separate index ...more>>

  45. Mathematicians/Scientists - Suzanne Alejandre
    Links to biographical information: names of mathematicians or scientists to research for an interdisciplinary middle school project. Students are to read about the person and note: full name; date of birth; place of birth; where educated; contribution(s) ...more>>

  46. The Mathematician's Shirt - Collins, Julia; and Shepherd, Madeleine
    A collaboration between mathematician Julia Collins and artist Madeleine Shepherd to "design and create a series of sculptures made out of shirts and representing different concepts in mathematics." With funding by the Art Science Collaborative (ASCUS), ...more>>

  47. Mathematics
    This blog of instructional posts, which dates back to January, 2011, has included articles that introduce concepts of scale factor, logarithms, calculus, surds, and more. ...more>>

  48. Mathematics Across the Curriculum (MATC) - Dartmouth College
    An NSF-funded project which strives to integrate the study of mathematics into the whole curriculum. MATC Courses: Mathematics and the Humanities (Pattern, Chaos, Late Renaissance Thought and the New Universe, Math and Science Fiction, Geometry in Art ...more>>

  49. Mathematics - Alameda County Office of Education
    Resources include 5th and 6th Grade CST Released Test Questions with Reasoning; FlashPapers and PDFs of the hundreds chart, multiplication table, "tell me fast" dots, ten frames template, and tips for memorizing multiplication; and Philip Gonsalves' PDF ...more>>

  50. Mathematics and Architecture - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay on architecture and mathematics as the study of patterns. With references and other related web sites. ...more>>


 
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