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  1. Fractals: Nature's Numbers? - Daryl Hepting, University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
    Exploring the connections between nature and numbers. Contents include: Can numbers describe nature? (musical scales, sunflower heads, coastlines, clouds); Nature's dynamics (predator/prey, butterfly effect, symmetry in chaos, the Mandelbrot set); and ...more>>

  2. Free Math Tutoring - Doug Simms
    Online instructional videos, many accompanied by example and exercise sheets. Use of the site is free. ...more>>

  3. Fundamental Concepts of Fractions - Goalfinder
    Commercial interactive fraction animation in Flash format; covers types of fractions, mathematical operations with fractions. Intended to use stories and entertainment to make learning fractions fun. ...more>>

  4. GCSE Maths Revision - Steven Britton, Top Grade Tutoring
    GCSE Maths Master is a DVD available in two levels, higher level and foundation level, designed to make revision faster and simpler, with worked examples and exam tips. There is also a non-calculator skills DVD available, suitable for revising for non-calculator ...more>>

  5. GCSE Maths Tutor
    A free maths revision resource for GCSE/Secondary/High School math. The site offers worksheets, interactive programs, videos, a blog, a discussion forum, and more. ...more>>

  6. GED as Project - Virginia Commonwealth University
    Inquiry-based, student-centered materials for GED students, including separate study materials for math and other disciplines. Print and video resources are available. ...more>>

  7. Geometric Loci
    Pictures and animations of mathematical curiosities. Posts, which date back to January, 2014, have included Reuben Thomas iris, the trammel of Archimedes, Möbius hanger, polyhedron drilled pentagonal rotunda, and il triangulo Sierpinski secondo Dimitri. ...more>>

  8. The Geometry Center - University of Minnesota
    The Center for the Computation and Visualization of Geometric Structures: an NSF Science and Technology Research Center. The Center has a unified mathematics computing environment supporting math and computer science research, mathematical visualization, ...more>>

  9. Girls' Angle
    Girls' Angle is a math club for girls and a supportive community for all girls and women engaged in the study, use and creation of mathematics. By mentoring, publishing the bimonthly Bulletin, and solving math problems on commission, networking professional ...more>>

  10. Granular Volcano Group - Sebastien Dartevelle
    The site aims to describe and understand granular flows, fluid dynamic, supercomputer modeling, grain features, and behaviors in volcanology. Includes descriptions of frictional, kinetic, and collisional rheologies of granular matter, and definitions ...more>>

  11. 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>>

  12. 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>>

  13. 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>>

  14. Hard Problems - George Paul Csicsery, and the Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
    Hard Problems is a feature documentary about the students who represented the United States at the 2006 International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO). The film shows the dedication and perseverance of the six American high school students, the rigorous preparation ...more>>

  15. 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>>

  16. High School Projects (COMAP) - Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications
    Products developed in print, video, and multimedia formats, supporting the NCTM Standards, to bring mathematical modeling into high schools around the country, and present mathematics in contexts that are relevant to students. Curriculum: Mathematics: ...more>>

  17. High Speed Vedic Math Online DVD - The Vedic Maths Forum India
    Learn to calculate 15 times faster than conventional methods. 15 Hours High Speed Vedic Math DVD. Books. Covers squares, square roots, multiplication, division, cubes, cube roots, algebra, equations, quadratic equations, Pythogoras' theorem, and more. ...more>>

  18. HippoCampus - Monterey Institute for Technology and Education
    Video lessons in arithmetic, algebra and geometry, statistics and probability, calculus and advanced math. The Monterey Institute for Technology and Education also runs the National Repository of Online Courses (NROC) and NROC math. ...more>>

  19. HomeworkTV.com
    Video lessons for grades 6-8 "presented by a live National Certified teacher who explains lessons in real motion." A topic list for each grade is available on the site. ...more>>

  20. Hooda Math - Michael and Teresa Edlavitch
    Interactive games, math movies submitted by students, tutorials, and links for students and teachers. ...more>>

  21. How round is your circle? - Bryant, John; and Sangwin, Chris
    These photos and QuickTime movies accompany the book How Round Is Your Circle? Where Engineering and Mathematics Meet. See, in particular, the illustrations of how to drill a square hole. Sections include Falling apart (the Pythagorean Theorem, Dudeney's ...more>>

  22. Hydroponics Project Page - Holtz, Cooper; Levering School, Philadelphia, PA
    A project plan for a seventh grade class that involves growing different hydroponic gardens and measuring and graphing the results. Included on this site are: project summary reports, pictures of the kids and the gardens, results chart, movie, standards ...more>>

  23. IB Math Prep - Stan Rachelson; Distance Education Courses, Inc.; South Carolina Educational Communications
    IB Math Prep contains video lessons designed for students to prepare for the IB Math Exam. The lessons address the topics found in the International Baccalaureate Math Standard Level (SL) curriculum including: Algebra/Functions, Circular Functions/Trigonometry, ...more>>

  24. The Ignite Show - Georgia Public Broadcasting
    TV shows and blog that "raise respect and awareness of educators and education through the voices of teachers, parents and students" in student-centered classrooms. Half hour-long videos that feature math teachers include episodes starring 2008 California ...more>>

  25. Illuminations - National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
    Interactive resources for students and teachers based on NCTM's Principles and Standards for School Mathematics. The site is divided by grade band (Pre-K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, and a cross-band section). Each band contains the following topics: i-Math Investigations--interactive ...more>>

  26. Inside Mathematics
    Classroom examples of innovative math teaching methods, insights into student learning, and instructional tools ready for immediate use. Adopt a schoolwide problem-solving theme with Inside Mathematics' Problems of the Month, each featuring video overviews, ...more>>

  27. Interior Point Methods - Steven Wright
    Research into algorithms for linear programming which approach the solution through the interior of the feasible polygon, rather than moving around the boundary from vertex to vertex, as simplex methods do. Background; thumbnail sketch; zipped Postscript ...more>>

  28. International Numerical Relativity Group - NCSA/LCA-Potsdam-WashU
    Physics at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications or its Potsdam/Germany mirror site, using supercomputers to study black holes, gravitational waves, and other phenomena predicted by Einstein's Theory of General Relativity. Search or browse ...more>>

  29. An Investigation of Subtraction Algorithms from the 18th and 19th Centuries - Nicole M. Wessman-Enzinger
    An exploration of different algorithms used during 18th and 19th century America, with discussion of implications for the modern teacher. This article, which originally appeared in the January 2014 issue of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) ...more>>

  30. Is All About Math - Julio Cesar de la Yncera
    Main site for a mathematical Video PodCast that will cover a big range of topics in college-level mathematics accessible to the majority of the students with some mathematical inclinations. The Video PodCast will also try to be inspirational for the non-mathematically ...more>>

  31. iSchoolPolymath - Sarah Prendergast
    Video libraries, syllabi, Pinterest inspiration pages, and other materials for math courses taught at iSchoolPolymath, a public high school in New York City. Prendergast's Algebra I course incorporates gamification, hands-on projects, problem solving, ...more>>

  32. James Poon Online Classroom - James Poon
    Online instructional mathematics videos; a discussion forum; and articles on study skills. ...more>>

  33. Jo Boaler
    From the author of What's Math Got to Do with It?: How Parents and Teachers Can Help Children Learn to Love Their Least Favorite Subject. Watch a YouTube clip of Boaler teach using Inquiry Based Learning method, or click through her presentation entitled ...more>>

  34. John Edmark - Edmark
    Videos, still images, and stereo photography of kinetic sculptures and transformable objects that "celebrate the patterns underlying space and growth ... [and reveal] ... the surprising structures hidden within apparently amorphous space." ...more>>

  35. Josh Hertel
    Hertel serves the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse as an assistant professor in the mathematics department. He completed his Ph.D. in Mathematics Education at Illinois State University with the freely downloadable dissertation "Investigating the Purpose ...more>>

  36. Juggling Drops and Descents (Organic Mathematics Proceedings) - Joe Buhler, Ron Graham
    A discussion of the permutations f of the integers Z satisfying $f(x) \ge x$, with applications to juggling patterns. Demonstrations are included and the site includes QuickTime movies. ...more>>

  37. JustMaths - Seager, Christian; Khawaja, Faisal; Muldowney, Melanie
    Video tutorials, practice exam questions, and other intervention resources created by three teachers practicing in the UK Midlands. Free resources include "trumps" and exam questions in algebra, data handling, geometry and measure, number, and more. Blog ...more>>

  38. Karismath - CLSO Learning Systems, Inc.
    Math topics, including Algebra, are presented visually, through lessons (Flash animations that explain a target concept), demos (Flash animations that explain every exercise template to be used) and worksheets (PDF format) that can be downloaded. Each ...more>>

  39. Key Curriculum Press
    Publisher of innovative texts and software applications for teaching mathematics including the Geometer's Sketchpad (dynamic geometry), Fathom (dynamic statistics), TinkerPlots (dynamic data exploration and analysis), Michael Serra's textbook Discovering ...more>>

  40. Khan Academy - Salman Khan
    Salman Khan has recorded thousands of YouTube videos on a variety of topics, largely math and finance. The Khan Academy, which Khan founded, is a not-for-profit organization with the mission of providing a high quality education to anyone, anywhere. To ...more>>

  41. Kids First - Coalition for Quality Children's Media (CQCM)
    The Coalition for Quality Children's Media evaluates children's media, and is a resource center and clearinghouse for children's media that helps parents and kids find good adult-approved and kid-tested programming. A searchable video and CD-ROM database ...more>>

  42. The Latin School of Chicago Middle School Problem of the Week - Tom Canright
    Math and logic puzzles -- many original, some reproduced from sources such as NCTM journals -- with solutions presented in accompanying videos. ...more>>

  43. The Learning Community - Stanley, Sarah; Allee, Angie; Mills, Connie; and Flanagan, Melissa
    Dedicated to giving parents "... the information and resources they need to raise their children lovingly, supportively, and successfully." Since 1993, the non-profit Learning Community has helped schools and families work together on behalf of children. ...more>>

  44. Learning in Motion
    Learning in Motion creates and publishes innovative software for K-12 education. Monthly listing of the Top 10 Educational Web Sites; Knowledge Forum, a student knowledge-building environment; Measurement in Motion, a math/science learning tool (demo ...more>>

  45. Learning Math is Fun - Kevin Cornell
    Learn the order of operations by watching a video of the PEMDAS song. Before becoming an elementary school principal, singer "Mister C" taught 5th grade science and served as a math coach. See also Cornell's science site at http://www.learningscienceisfun.com/. ...more>>

  46. Learning Resources, Inc. (LRI)
    LRI provides programs and services that support employers, colleges, technical institutes, secondary and adult schools and 1-stops with assessment, training, curricula and consulting that: (1) assess, develop and document high-performance, employability ...more>>

  47. Learning Wave Communications - Human Relations Media
    Learning Wave is a producer of videos, CD-ROMs and other supplementary materials for math education including interactive games such as Absurd Math. Under the name HRM Video it has created programs such as middle school math mysteries, applications-based ...more>>

  48. The Legacy of R. L. Moore - Educational Advancement Foundation
    The Legacy of R.L. Moore Project promotes the study of inquiry-based learning (IBL) and teaching methods that Moore propagated while teaching topology at The University of Texas. The "Moore Method" eschews textbooks; calls for only the briefest of lectures ...more>>

  49. Leigh Nataro - YouTube - Leigh Nataro
    Brief narrated screencasts for algebra, geometry, AP Statistics, and other high school math subjects, often using Fathom software and TI-NSpire technology. ...more>>

  50. Lesson Study in Japan - U.S. Science Education - Education Department, Mills College
    Research into Japanese "lesson study," a process in which teachers cooperatively develop and critique new lessons. The site focuses on possible applications and challenges of lesson study to U.S. science and math education. Read related articles and ...more>>


 
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