 Economic and Game Theory  David K. Levine, Department of Economics, UCLA
A site that uses the tools of modern economic theory and game theory to explore how the interaction of intelligent goalseeking individuals determines social outcomes. The site offers general interest material, undergraduate and graduate course material,
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 EDeafMath  Dawn Kidd
Vlog for anyone who teaches "at least one deaf or hard of hearing student." Posts, which date back to February, 2013, include "Texas Math Sign Language Dictionary" and "50 Plus Ideas for Using Document Cameras in the Classroom." Kidd teaches middle school
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 educating grace
A blog about mathematical thinking, teaching students to think, thinking about teaching students, and ending educational inequity, especially in math. The posts by this former high school math teacher who now develops teacher training date back to August,
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 Educational Aspirations
"Ramblings from a 21st century educator" who specializes in differentiating math and seeks to make the subject "more engaging and relevant to students' lives." Blog posts, which date back to July, 2011, have included "Measuring Student Growth," "Twitter
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 education.ti.com  Texas Instruments, Inc.
Texas Instruments calculator resources and educational solutions: product information; free program downloads; classroom activities, including both a test prep section and a free, collaborative forum for sharing favorite activities that use TI technology,
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 Edusolution.com  Levi Anthony
Edusolution.com's math center provides New York State Regents Math A, Math B, and Math Courses 1, 2, and 3 exams, with answer keys, dating back to 1999; as well as autoscoring online math quizzes, a discussion forum for teachers, and New York State standards.
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 Edward Tufte
The work of Tufte and Graphics Press. Read testimonials about his books and purchase them online: The Graphic Display of Quantitative Information, Envisioning Information, and Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative. In the
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 EdWeb: Exploring Technology and School Reform  Andy Carvin
A hyperbook designed to explore the worlds of educational reform and information technology. Hunt down online educational resources around the world, learn about trends in education policy and information infrastructure development, examine success stories
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 Egres Open  Tamás Király
A wiki forum for open problems in combinatorial optimization: colouring, cycles and paths, edgeconnectivity, integer polyhedra, matchings, matrices with indeterminates, matroids, nodeconnectivity, orientations, packing common bases, rigidity, stable
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 Electronics Library, Electronics Community
Thousands of links to R&D documents in electronics. Utilities, general electronics, components, circuits, digital signal processing, measuring, electromagnetics, electric effect, energy, communications, more on the Web. Community and forum.
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 Elementary Math Games and Activities  Math Lessons, Belmont Education
Games, newsletters, articles, and worksheets. Games are for sale, other items free with registration. The authors also post new ideas and receive feedback on the Teaching Math Blog, where past articles and videos have included "30 Tips for teaching Elementary
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 Elements of Abstract and Linear Algebra  Edwin H. Connell; Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, Univ. of Miami
A free online textbook in four formats: PDF, DVI, PS, and PSGZ, with six chapters: Background (equivalence relations, injective, surjective, and bijective functions, product of sets, unique prime factorization in the integers); Groups; Rings; Matrices
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 eMentoring Network  American Mathematical Society
A blog "designed to address relevant questions that students, postdoctoral researchers and junior faculty may have regarding their own advancement in mathematics," such as considering graduate school, choosing a graduate program, leveraging research experiences
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 emergent math  Geoff Krall
"Teaching math is difficult. Teaching math in an interesting, engaging, and effective manner is even more difficult. This blog is dedicated to brainstorming interesting and dynamic math problems and projects," with emphasis on Project/Problem Based Learning
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 Encouraging Mathematical Thinking, Discourse around a Rich Problem  Math Forum: Bridging Research and Practice Group (BRAP)
This videopaper by the Math Forum's Bridging Research and Practice Group (BRAP) of teacher practitioners and Math Forum Staff opens a conversation around the use of discourse as a basis for encouraging students' mathematical thinking and supporting teachers'
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 Encyclopedia of the Infinite  Johann Christian Lotter
The encyclopedia of infinity consists of concise and sometimes opinionated articles covering all aspects of infinity in science, mathematics, philosophy, and religion.
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 The Endeavour  John D. Cook
Cook's blog posts, which date back to January, 2008, have included "A Ramanujan series for calculating pi," "Limerick primes," "Twin prime conjecture and the Pentium division bug," "Three surprises with the trapezoid rule," "Where to wait for an elevator,"
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 eOptimization.com
An informational meeting place for anyone interested in optimization software. Conduct an "application search" to find case studies, press articles, and vendors about the use of optimization in industries ranging from aerospace and apparel to sports and
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 e to the i pi  Kevin Bertman
Investigations for teachers to use in mathematics classes. Posts include Phantom Traffic Jams (velocities); Hypotrochoids (Spirographs); Cartograms; Rogue Waves; Fractal Trees; Stereoscopic Images; Six Degrees of Separation; Shoelaces (applying the Pythagorean
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 Euclid Lab
This Californiabased nonprofit operates Camp Euclid, a mathematics research camp for high school students, as well as a sister program for junior and senior researchers (MRPU). See also Euclid Lab's "math blog written for all," Unsolved:, which discusses
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 Euclid's Muse  Saltire Software
Hundreds of free interactive math apps created by users of Geometry Expressions, a constraintbased and symbolic geometry software package developed in part with grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
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 Euler and Erdös
Blog of selfdescribed amateur research in tribute to Leonhard Euler and Paul Erdös, "muses" to an author who considers it "hard to find math blogs aimed at undergraduates." Posts, which date back to May, 2013, have included "Envelopes and Astroids,"
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 The Euler Archive
The Euler Archive is an online resource for Leonhard Euler's original works and modern Euler scholarship. The searchable database provides access to his original publications, references to available translations, and current research. Also available
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 Everything Is Mathematical  RBA Contenidos Editoriales y Audiovisuales S.A.
Based on the series of books, published weekly in association with The Times and presented by Marcus du Sautoy, which aims to demonstrate clearly how mathematics shapes the world around us. Blog posts, which date back to September, 2012, have included
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 Example Problems.com  Todd Smith
This site is an opencommunity collection of math problems and full solutions for every area of math from Algebra through graduate level partial differential equations, optics, and special functions. The code used on the site's wiki is the same as TeX.
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 Excel Models Blog  Jess
Blog about the use of Excel to analyze realworld problems mathematically. Posts, which date back to October, 2011, have included "Simple Excel Sales Dashboard," "Tutorial Using Concatenate Function In Excel," "Teacher Grade Book," "Buying House To Rent,"
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 Exit 10A  Joe Schwartz
"Trying to make math meaningful in an elementary school somewhere off the New Jersey Turnpike." Posts, enlivened by classroom photos, date back to December, 2013: "A Mathematician's Lament," "Building Number Sense," "Fun and Games in Fifth Grade," and
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 Explaining Mathematics  Joel Feinstein
Ideas and praxis by a lecturer at the University of Nottingham (UK). Feinstein's blog posts, which date to December, 2008, have included "How and why we do proofs" and "Problems using LaTeX seminar class with pdflatex" and "Feedback on the use of IT in
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 The Exponential Curve  Dan Greene
A blog by a math teacher at Downtown College Prep charter high school (San Jose, California), where the students "... are primarily Latino, are far below grade level in their math and reading skills, and will be the first in their families to go to college.
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 Fail Early and Often  Andy Pethan
Blog by a Rochester (Minnesota) teacher. Posts, which date back to December, 2013, have included "Mindset on failure," "Moneyballing employee hiring," "Cutting down feedback cycles," "Seeking in the MTBoS," and "TMC folks like to play." Pethan also offers
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 FamilyEducation Network
Articles, discussion groups, professional advice, suggestions, and other resources for children of preschool and younger, elementary school, middle school, and high school and beyond. Resources topics include activities, health and safety, homework help,
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 FanGraphs
Major and minor league baseball statistics and analysis, including graphs, splits, game logs, play logs, spray charts, plate discipline, PITCHf/x, strike zone heat maps, and more for every ballplayer and team.
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 Fano Varieties and Extremal Laurent Polynomials  Coates, Tom; Corti, Alessio; Galkin, Sergey; Golyshev, Vasily; Kasprzyk, Al
This research collaboration blogs about the creation of a directory of all possible shapes and geometric building blocks in the universe  the equivalent of a periodic table of the elements for three, four, and fivedimensional shapes. Along the way,
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 Fantastic Fractals  ThinkQuest 1997
All about fractals: including: fully interactive fractal tutorials, a gallery, landscapes, music, a reference desk and types of fractals, downloads, a fractal workshop (build your own fractals), a fractal challenge (test yourself  how much have you learned
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 Fathom and Tinkerplots  Math Forum
A discussion group to foster communication within the Fathom and Tinkerplots user community. Topics appropriate for discussion include how to use Fathom and Tinkerplots effectively in teaching mathematics, statistics, and data analysis; problems (both
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 Finding Ways to Nguyen Students Over  Fawn Nguyen
Nguyen blogs mostly about her teaching middle school math. Posts, which date back to November, 2011, have included "Teaching 101  How I Got Like This," "Puzzles and Brainteasers, Set 11," "Pi Day Activities," "Always Sometimes Never," "Using Excel for
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 Five Twelve Thirteen  Dylan Kane
Blog by an eighth grade math teacher in Boston. Posts, which date back to October, 2012, have included "Assessment & Rigor," "Pythagorean Triples Function," "Construct Viable Arguments and Critique the Reasoning of Others," "Guatemalan Sinkhole," "Problem
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 FlowingData  Nathan Yau
FlowingData explores how designers, statisticians, and computer scientists use data to understand ourselves better  mainly through data visualization. This blog, by a PhD candidate in statistics with a background in computer science and design, dates
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 Flying Colours Maths  Colin Beveridge
Maths tutoring services by the author of Basic Maths for Dummies, Numeracy Tests for Dummies, and The Little Algebra Book: technical writing, "bespoke Excel solutions," project feedback, and "translating maths into less complex English." Blog posts, which
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 for the love of learning  Joe Bower
"Assessment is not a spreadsheet — it's a conversation." Describing his early teaching practice as "focused on power and control," Bower has followed three principles since 2004: "students should experience their successes and failures not as reward
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 Four Coloring Maps  Mario Stefanutti
Personal notes and ideas from a computer software engineer in pursuit of a "very easy pencil and paper proof of the four color problem." Posts, which date back to January, 2011, have included "Four color theorem: slow motion maps" and "Counting maps."
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 FoV
Puzzles and pointers on math and programming from a future secondary school math teacher in England. Blog posts, which date to March, 2010, have included "Make 42," "Find a, b and c," "Programming Mahjong Scoring," "Broken Geometry," and "Using Mersenne
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 Freakonometrics  Arthur Charpentier
Blog by a Montreal professor of actuarial science "addicted to R." Posts, which date back to March, 2007, have included "Dynamic dependence ordering for Archimedean copulas and distorted copulas," "Pricing catastrophe options in incomplete markets," "Estimation
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 freemathtexts.org  Alain Schremmer
Original texts that emphasize a very few but very powerful ideas; appeal to common sense and make no assumption of any kind about the students; and focus on helping readers convince themselves about mathematics. Written for use in developmental mathematics
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 f(t)  Kate Nowak
A blog by a selfdescribed "fulltime math teacher, curriculum inventor and refiner, adolescent listener, correspondencetoparents writer, practice problem feedback giver, and examplesetter" who has taught high school math since 2005. Posts, which date
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 functionspaces  eGroups
Subscribe to and join a free discussion about functionspaces and related topics. From eGroups' Math discussion groups.
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 Fun With Num3ers
A blog of mathematical puzzles, mostly in number theory. Posts, which date back to January, 2012, have included "Using digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 only once (Part Two)," "Pythagorean triple – Digits Reversed," "Concatenation puzzle: when (A 
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 GalaxyGoo
An interdisciplinary, volunteer thinktank dedicated to exploring expressions of science and math with online technologies, for public benefit. Read interviews of scientists; explore math such as the sine curve with Flash, participate in forums and blogs,
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 garysmathsblog
One maths teacher's "personal musings" about his experiences, as well as maths resources and teaching tips to help teach maths. Blog posts, which date back to May, 2011, have included "Fraction word problem," "Dyscalculia," "Mean, median and mode rhyme,"
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 gealgerobophysiculus  Evan Weinberg
Thoughts on teaching, learning, and "the crazy process of having fun doing both with students." Posts, which date back to September, 2011, have included "How China Keeps Me Learning: Part I," "Lens Ray Tracing in Geogebra," "Take Time to Tech – Perspectives
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