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  1. Graphing Ozone Chemistry - The Exploratorium
    A simple "how-to" graphing example followed by other more sophisticated examples of graphing using NASA images and images from the Neumayer Antarctic Station. Also includes additional discussion questions concerning the social and economic aspects of ...more>>

  2. Graphing Stories - Dan Meyer and the BuzzMath Team
    Videos, each 102 seconds in length, of stories for students to graph using the freely downloadable accompanying student template. Select from among constant, decreasing, increasing, linear, parabolic, periodic, piecewise, and step graphs; story subjects ...more>>

  3. Graphing with Excel - LabWrite Project Team
    Tutorial modules for visualizing data in Excel: data input into cells, creating a scatter plot and line graph, bar graphs and histograms, importing text files, final formatting, regression lines, superimposing graphs, descriptive statistics, and selecting ...more>>

  4. GraphPouch - Edcodia LLC
    This iPad app lets you create graphing worksheets, use familiar PEMDAS operators to construct graphs, graph multiple equations per graph, re-organize them with drag-and-drop, "smart snap" to align objects, and more. Also available directly from the iTunes ...more>>

  5. GraphVisualizer - Terje Tysse
    An applet that graphs simple functions, listed on the help page, over various user- specified ranges. ...more>>

  6. GraspMath - Summit Interactive
    Interactive CD and Video Courses to purchase: Elementary Math, Algebra, Geometry, High School Exit Exam Prep, Trigonometry, Calculus, TI Calculators and more. Stand alone math courses with assessments and guides; remedial math program supplements; tutorials ...more>>

  7. Grazing Animals - Math Forum, a Classic Problem from the Ask Dr. Math FAQ
    A cow/goat/donkey is tethered to a barn in or a fence around a field... how long should the rope be so that she can eat half the grass? ...more>>

  8. Great Circle Mapper - Karl L. Swartz
    Enter two locations on Earth (latitude and longitude, or airport codes) and see a map depicting the great circle path between them and a computation of the distance along that path. The Great Circle Mapper also displays the area within a given range of ...more>>

  9. The Greater Philadelphia Secondary Mathematics Project - The Greater Philadelphia Secondary Mathematics Project
    A support site for the systemic implementation of professional development using nationally validated, exemplary, standards-based secondary mathematics curricula in the Greater Philadelphia region. News and resources include edited dialogues about the ...more>>

  10. Greater Than, Less Than Symbols - Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math Common Question
    A selection of answers to questions about "greater than" (>) and "less than" (<) symbols, such as memory aids for telling the difference between the two. ...more>>

  11. The Greatest Mathematicians of All Time - James Dow Allen
    Rankings and capsule mathematical biographies of the 100 greatest mathematicians of all time, with discussion that covers great mathematicians' own self-appraisals; prizes and medals; omissions; proposed candidates; comparisons with other "top 100" lists ...more>>

  12. Great Math Programs - Xah Lee
    A listing about 40 excellent recreational math programs for Macintosh that do: polyhedra and Rubic cubes, curves and surfaces, fractals and L-systems, tilings and symmetry, game of hex and game of life, chess and five-in-a-row, peg solitare and polyominos, ...more>>

  13. Great Maths Teaching Ideas - Will Emeny
    Emeny's blog of teaching ideas and resources, which dates back to June, 2010, has included posts such as "Investigating the sum of interior angles in polygons," "Can you make practising the times tables fun? Yes, just give me three dice," "When angles ...more>>

  14. The Great Paper Airplane Challenge (TEAMS) - Jeannie Toshima; TEAMS Distance Learning, Los Angeles County Office of Education
    Use origami to build the farthest flying airplane, and win the challenge. TEAMS looked for the farthest flying airplanes throughout the nation - the best from each class. Students sent in the written directions (diagrams were acceptable) for folding ...more>>

  15. Greek Astronomy - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay tracing the history of Greek astronomy from its beginnings with Thales, in philosophy and timekeeping, through Pythagoras, Eratosthenes, Hipparchus, Ptolemy, Plato, Aristotle, Aristarchus, and many others; with references to relevant ...more>>

  16. Greek Mathematics and its Modern Heirs - SunSITE's Vatican Exhibit; Library of Congress
    Classical roots of the scientific revolution. An essay on the history of Greek Math, with sample math problems. Covers Euclid's Elements and Optics, Archimedes' Works, Piero della Francesca's De quinque corporibus regularibus, and links to Ptolemy's Geography ...more>>

  17. Greek number systems - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay on the history of the Greek number systems, notably the acrophonic system used in the first millennium BC, and the alphabetical numerals. With references and other related web sites. ...more>>

  18. Green Globs & Graphing Equations - Sharon Dugdale and David Kibbey
    The original algebra and graphing software by Sharon Dugdale and David Kibbey, newly revised and updated by the authors to run on all versions of Mac OS X. Single user, multi-user, school, district, and other licenses available for a bundle that includes ...more>>

  19. The Greenwood Institute - Greenwood School
    A dyslexia, learning disabilities, and literacy resource site, with links to Web resources and publications. Comprehensive training of literacy instructors for mainstream and specialized schools; support for home schooling; research support; and consulting ...more>>

  20. The Grey Labyrinth - Kevin Lin
    A collection of mind-benders in math and logic. When a solution to one puzzle is posted, another solution-less puzzle is added. With an archive of past puzzles, links to other puzzle-related sites, and a bibliography of works that inspired this site. ...more>>

  21. The Grid Game - Doug Ensley, Shippensburg University
    A two-player game where the players alternate marking squares in a grid until there are none left. The first player chooses any single row or column and marks as many squares (at least one) as desired. The second player (the computer in this case) responds ...more>>

  22. Grid Puzzle - Rick Reed
    A magic square Java applet that presents a 4x4 grid with mixed-up numbers in it: drag individual numbers or flip, move, or swap rows and columns to make diagonals, rows, and columns add to 34. ...more>>

  23. Gridzzly.com - Rostislav Blaha
    Make your own grid paper: select from among square, diamond, and hexagonal dots or lines, customizing spacing with the slider bar. ...more>>

  24. Grouping and Tracking Students in Math Classes - Mathematics Education at The Math Forum
    The Math Forum's page of collected Web resources on the pros and cons of heterogeneous math grouping or ability tracking. ...more>>

  25. Grouping: Articles and Research - Carolyn K., Hoagies' Gifted Education Page
    Articles and reports on grouping practices, primarily as related to the education of gifted children. ...more>>

  26. Grouping Practices (NCREL) - Pathways to School Improvement
    "Grouping practices - especially tracking - often have the effect of reducing equity." This article explores the negative effects of tracking and touches on cooperative learning. From the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL). ...more>>

  27. Guaranteach - Alasdair Trotter and George Tattersfield
    Thousands of very short video lessons, recorded by dozens of different professional teachers whose methods and styles of teaching math vary widely. The diverse perspectives and "bite-size" chunks in Guaranteach's video library let viewers stay focused ...more>>

  28. Guidelines for Educational Uses of Networks - Learning Resource Server (LRS), College of Education, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    A starting set of papers with guidelines for how to use networks in powerful ways for education. Topics include telecommunication, virtual communities, global literacy, acceptable use policies, and nework-based learning environments. ...more>>

  29. GVU Center - Jarek Rossignac; Georgia Tech
    The Graphics, Visualization & Usability Center, envisioning a world in which computers are used as easily and effectively as are automobiles, stereos, and telephones, and collaborating on research projects in Visualization, Animation, VR, Design, ...more>>

  30. Hales Proves Hexagonal Honeycomb Conjecture (Math Chat) - Frank Morgan, MAA Online
    Professor Thomas Hales of the University of Michigan has proven the Hexagonal Honeycomb Conjecture, which says that regular hexagons provide the least-perimeter way to enclose infinitely many unit areas in the plane. This may partly explain why hexagons ...more>>

  31. Hamilton's Math to Build On - Johnny & Margaret Hamilton
    Simple, straightforward explanations, drawings, questions and answers from the book Math to Build On by Johnny & Margaret Hamilton (copyright 1993). Excerpts offer pages on: Angles, Degrees, Variables & Constants; Squaring Numbers; Square Roots; ...more>>

  32. Handheld Geometry - Nevil Hopley
    A dynamic geometry site offering lessons and challenges for handheld devices and graphing calculators, including the Cabri™ Jr. Application for the Texas Instruments TI83+ and TI84+, and the TI-Nspire™. The author offers to make users' contributions ...more>>

  33. Hand Made Manipulative Instructions - Margo Lynn Mankus
    Pattern block cutouts: triangles, squares, smaller and larger rhombuses, trapezoids, and hexagons. Base-ten blocks in sets of ones, tens, and hundreds; and base-five blocks in sets of ones, fives, and twenty-fives. XY-block sets of X, X2, XY, Y, and Y2 ...more>>

  34. Hands Across America (TEAMS) - Jeannie Toshima; TEAMS Distance Learning, Los Angeles County Office of Education
    How far can we get across the United States if we all join hands and measure the length of the line? In 1994-95 7,164 participants yielded a total of 19,546.22 feet. Your students might want to put the information into a database, creating fields to compare ...more>>

  35. Hands on Banking - Wells Fargo Bank NA
    Self-paced financial literacy lessons on budgeting, savings and checking, credit, investing, and more. Kids learn with space aliens Zing and Zoey; teens, with characters Angie and Alex; young adults, with live action age cohorts. This initiative of Wells ...more>>

  36. Hands-on Computer Activities For Teaching Math: Grades 3-8 - Beverly Burnley
    Purchase or request an evaluation copy (if you're an educator) of this book. Publisher's description: "Featuring more than 100 step-by-step activities that use common computer programs, such as Microsoft Word and Paint, to model concepts in five basic ...more>>

  37. Hands-On Equations - Henry Borenson
    A visual and kinesthetic teaching system for introducing algebraic concepts to students in grades 3-8. Students physically represent and solve algebraic linear equations using game pieces consisting of pawns and numbered cubes. For families home-schooling, ...more>>

  38. handsonmath.com - Charles Gronberg
    Hands-on geometry model building materials to purchase, tested and test marketed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science in the late 1990s with the intention of targeting at-risk middle-school students (minorities and girls). The ...more>>

  39. Hands-on Science Centers Worldwide - Mark W. Maimone
    An extensive list of links to public museums with a strong emphasis on interactive science education, by continent: Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North and South America, with other related links. Some reviews of North American museums are provided. ...more>>

  40. The Hand Squeeze: A Data Collection and Analysis Class Experiment - Cynthia Lanius
    An experiment: measuring the amount of time that it takes for a hand squeeze to pass around a circle. Record, graph, and analyze the data, and make predictions about the time it would take for more people/greater distances. ...more>>

  41. Hard Questions About Practice - Richard F. Elmore
    "Educators need to look closely at the organizational and instructional practices that affect the learning of students and adults in schools." From Educational Leadership, May 2002, Vol 59 No 8, pp 22-25. ...more>>

  42. Harnessing Technology to Serve Adult Literacy: Math - David J. Rosen
    Frequently Asked Questions on how to help adult literacy education (ABE/GED/ESL/ESOL) teachers and learners use computers, television, audio and video cassettes, and other electronic technology to solve learning and instructional problems: "Our students ...more>>

  43. Harold Reiter's Home Page - Harold Reiter, Department of Mathematics, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    Freely downloadable puzzles and problems from the founder of teachers circles and math clubs in Charlotte and Mecklenburg, longtime writer of MathCOUNTS questions, and member of the ETS/College Board CLEP (College-Level Examination Program) Pre-calculus ...more>>

  44. Harry Bohan's Web Site
    Site contains personal info (education, jobs, list of publications), hyperstudio stacks of K-8 math programs (some available for download here, all available by sending the required number of HD disks to Harry Bohan), an extensive page on teaching multiplication, ...more>>

  45. A Head for Numbers - Robert Kunzig, Discover Magazine
    An article exploring the connections between our brains and numbers: what injuries to the brain have taught us about people's ability to calculate. ...more>>

  46. Hebrew Letters / Consonants - Amerisoft Inc.
    A Hebrew letter and number chart from the At Home With Hebrew computer tutorial. ...more>>

  47. HegartyMaths - Colin Hegarty
    Hundreds of narrated screencasts covering the UK's Key Stage 3, GCSE and A-Level curriculums, along with many past paper solution walkthroughs. Instructional videos — most for students; some for teachers — also available from the HegartyMaths ...more>>

  48. Helping with Homework - Math Forum, Teacher2Teacher FAQ
    Answers to a frequently asked question: How can I help my child with math homework? ...more>>

  49. HelpingWithMath.com - David Burns, HelpingWithMath.com
    Worksheets, printable tables and charts, and online tools. Browse by subject or grade. ...more>>

  50. H.E.L.P. Program - Digital Directions International Inc.
    Teaching math to English Language Learners (ELL), and Spanish-speaking students in particular, this internet-based, supplementary curriculum removes language barriers from the learning of math skills and math content via interactive lessons. Learn about ...more>>


 
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