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A resource for K-12 teachers, with some information for adult education teachers (i.e., the GED exam). Subscribing to the site is free, but one may also enter without subscribing. wNetSchool provides lesson plans centered around the Internet or educational
- Women of NASA - Tish Krieg, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
The Women of NASA resource was developed to encourage more young women to pursue careers in math, science, and technology. The project showcases outstanding women who are enjoying successful careers, and demonstrates how these women balance personal and
- Xmorphia - Roy Williams
Pattern formation from differential equations - an exhibition of images and movies. Morphogenesis from a Reaction-Diffusion System: Xmorphia is intended to show the variety of patterns that may be exhibited by a relatively simple parabolic partial differential
A free web program for students, teachers, and parents that helps kids master basic math facts. XtraMath offers students its adaptive supplemental math activities for use in class or at home, along with a progress reporting system for teachers and parents.
- YourTeacher - Classmate, L.L.C.
Hundreds of online math lessons by a former high school math teacher. Search by course, keyword, or textbook. Freely sample some content; subscribe for full access, plus diagnostic pre-tests, tools to track progress and performance, and grade reports.
- Zapple Educational Consulting - Ray Appel
Free stuff: math resources, links and math movies in the style of the Mac/PC ads that teach us about math. Great for teachers for math discussion and older students. Also: workshops and other educational consulting services. Descriptions and testimonials
- Zoomin Calculus - Susan J. Northridge
Short instructional videos for students in calculus and pre-calculus. Topics include algebra, unit circle, natural logarithms, exponents, limits, derivatives, applications of differentiation, integrals, and more.
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