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 Teach Further Maths  Paul Hunt
Packages and licenses for hundreds of animated PowerPoint maths lessons, demonstrations, proofs, worked examples, exercises, exam questions, and more. Hunt has also posted math puzzles and opinion polls of the month since November, 2013.
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 Teaching Like It's 2999!  Jennie Cho Magiera
After her "world was completely changed thanks to a grant approval for 32 iPads," this 5th grade math teacher in the Chicago Public Schools has used the technology to improve assessment practices and increase differentiation. Posts in her blog, which
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 teaching/math/culture  Ilana Horn
Blog by a professor in Vanderbilt University's Teaching and Learning Department "interested in broadening our notions of mathematical competence. What do classrooms look like that are inclusive and incorporate rich mathematics?" Posts, which date back
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 Teaching Mathematics  Daniel Pearcy
Pearcy has used this blog, subtitled "Questions, Ideas and Reflections on the Teaching of Mathematics," as a "journal of ideas, lessons, resources and reflections." Posts, which date back to October, 2011, have included "New Sunflower Applet: Fibonacci
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 Teaching Resources: Mathematics  McGrawHill School Division
Activities and lesson plans for grades 16, linked to McGrawHill's program Math in my World; also MathTalk  conversations about key issues and teaching strategies (e.g. cultural diversity; manipulatives; technology; problem solving); and "Ask CyberScout!"
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 Teaching to the Beat of a Different Drummer  Brian Stockus
Blog by a lead curriculum specialist for elementary mathematics in Texas who taught elementary school and led content developers in the design of digital math lessons. Posts, which date back to August, 2012, have included "To question, how to question,
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 teachmathematics.net  Noble, Jim; Wade, Richard; and Bowles, Oliver
Collections of activities, movies, virtual manipulatives, presentations, simulations, screencasts, and other resources for math "lessons to look forward to." See also the mathematical experience, a discussion in response to the question "What makes a
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 TEAMS Distance Learning for K12 Educators  Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE)
Information about TEAMS (elementary distance learning provider); TEAMS classroom projects; and discussion groups for TEAMS participants. Also numerous links to
resources for math, science, social sciences, language arts, art and more; lesson plans; K12
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 Tech Adventures in a Middle School Math Class  Caryn Trautz
Blog by a special education middle school math teacher and Certified Google Educator. Posts, which date back to June, 2013, have included "My First Year with iPads," "QR Code Scavenger Hunt," "Appsmashing with Desmos," "PD on Plickers," "Fraction Review
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 Tech Powered Math  Lucas Allen
This site is designed to alert students, parents, and educators to new developments in technology for learning math and educate them on how to use those resources. Content is continuously added in these areas: video lessons incorporating technology; reviews
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 That Math Lady  Mandy Casto
Blog posts, which date back to August, 2012, have included "A Smartphone Becomes a Teacher's Best Friend," "Math Misconceptions Malady," "Circle Math Foldable," "Using Comics to Communicate," and "How: The Most Important Question in Math." See the library
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 That's Mathematics!  Nate Eldredge
A mathematician's collection of "various sparetime projects." Blog posts of "diversions, distractions, and math," which date back to June, 2012, focus on Mathgen, Eldredge's perl program that uses contextfree grammar, LaTeX, and BibTeX to randomly generate
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 TheGeometryTeacher  Andrew Shauver
Shauver, who teaches at a Michigan public high school in a onetoone laptop program, blogs to "describe his own independent learning and to reinspire the natural curiosity sometimes absent from the typical high school classroom." Posts, which date back
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 thenumbertwentyone  Courtney Steketee
Blog posts, which date back to August, 2012, have included "Math Misconceptions Malady," "Classroom Tour," "#made4math #3," "Scoring Scales," "Group Behavior Logs," "Classroom Management," "Translating Words into Math," "Graphing Inequalities Day 2,"
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 ThinkThankThunk  Shawn Cornally
Blog by an Iowa headmaster and teacher of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). See, in particular, Cornally's collection of posts on StandardsBased Grading (SBG) and ongoing series on Honors Calculus course lessons, titled "Calculus: A
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 thnik again!  Jan Nordgreen
"Silly mathematical dialogues aimed to confuse." Nordgreen's daily blog of brain teasers and quotes dates back to November, 2007.
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 Thot / Nouvelles de la formation à distance  Denys Lamontagne, Directeur et Rédacteur en Chef
Une base de données de rubriques: cours, logiciels, références, technologies, didactique, arguments, actions, institutions, revue médias, et communiqués. Aussi, des forums animé et archivés.
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 TI89Prog  Mickaël Nicotera
A French database of programs for the TI89, TI92+ and V200 graphing calculators, organized into categories such as math, games, ebooks, pictures, and cours prépa. With an online discussion forum, links to other resources, and more. Available
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 TierneyLab Puzzles  John Tierney
Challenging word problems that "put ideas in science to the test," from The New York Times' science columnist. Solve and comment on the puzzles and their extra credit extensions. See also Tierney's blog entries on mathematics.
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 Time to Set the Hook  John Stevens
A site dedicated to helping other teachers "set the hook with technology. It might be a video that demonstrates your standard being applied in a real life setting. It might be a screencast of a stepbystep solution to a problem. It might be a blog that
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 TI Wizard  Andrew Munsell
News, software, and tutorials for Texas Instruments calculators. Download board games, roleplaying games (RPGs), racing and driving games, shooter games, games of strategy, platforms, shells, puzzles, and more. Stepbystep Flash tutorials include "Transferring
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 To Accumulate a Rate — Integrate!  Kaleb Allinson
Allinson teaches trigonometry and AP Calculus AB at Lake Stevens High School (WA), where he also serves as the math department head. He describes his blog as a venue to "help me reflect on my teaching.... and record the unique [ideas] I came up with for
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 Tools for the Common Core Standards  Bill McCallum
News about tools that support implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Posts, which date back to January, 2011, have included "Draft of progression on Number and Operations in Base Ten," "Task Writing Contest 5 for Illustrative Mathematics,"
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 Traditionalist Becoming NonTraditional  Christy Sutton
"It wasn't until I was already a teacher and took some math courses for Professional Learning that my rule following math approach was tested. Once I began my Masters Degree in K8 Math Ed from the UGA campus in Griffin my math world was really shaken
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 Transformulas  Jedidiah Butler
Blog about transformational geometry, subtitled "picture = 100 formulas." Posts, which feature Butler's original GeoGebra applets and teaching notes, date back to March, 2014: "One Formula ... to Rule them All," "Circles Part 2: Angle Relationships,"
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 Triangles and Pyramids: Playing Math!  Hollis Easter
A "teachable" on the construction of freestanding pyramids made "by folding a single piece of paper, with only a single piece of tape to hold them together...." This blog post goes on to include photos of a net, diagrams, and "things to investigate":
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 Tricki  Gowers, Timothy; Sisask, Olof; and Frolkin, Alex
A wiki "repository of mathematical knowhow" that encompasses techniques ranging from the very general to those that concern particular subareas of mathematics. Browse problemsolving ideas by technique: for finding algorithms and algorithmic proofs,
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 Trimathlon
Site centered around a book featuring activities from number theory and geometry beyond the realm of the typical school curriculum. The site features a discussion forum, a sample online game (with others promised), and a periodic puzzler with hint.
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 The Tutor House: math  Adrianne Meldrum
Tutoring elementary and middle school students, Meldrum would often "hunt the Internet for tips and helps on teaching concepts to my students. I find great stuff, but I wanted somewhere central that other tutors like me could find them...." Every Wednesday
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 Utah Elementary Mathematics  David A. Smith
Blog of conceptual frameworks and other classroom resources for Utah educators implementing the Utah Core State Standards. Smith, the Elementary Mathematics Specialist at the Utah State Office of Education (USOE), has posted since October, 2013; and also
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 Vi Hart  Vi Hart
Blog, videos of math "doodling," instructions for slicing food mathematically, and more from the selfdescribed recreational mathemusician who considers math a hobby, with "special interests in symmetry, polyhedra, and surreal complexity. This usually
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 Virtual Math Tutor
A new problem just about every day since October, 2010, with discussion and hints to follow.
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 Visual Insight  American Mathematical Society
A "place to share striking images that help explain advanced topics in mathematics," as edited by John Baez. Twice monthly posts, which date back to August, 2013, have included "Atomic Singular Inner Function," "Catacaustic of a Cardioid {6,3,3}," "Honeycomb
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 Visual Math for Java  Dr. Weiguang Huang
The Java applet Visual Math is an online symbolic math and computer algebra system powered by SymbMath. SymbMath (an abbreviation for Symbolic Mathematics) is a symbolic, numeric and graphic computing environment that performs exact numeric, symbolic
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 Walking Randomly  Michael Croucher
Croucher's blog, which dates back to August of 2007, has included posts such as "Logo Programming on the pocket PC," "Christmas gifts for math geeks (like me!)," "Martial Mathematics," "R Compared to MATLAB (or 'learning a thing or two from your students'),"
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 Walpha Wiki  Derek Bruff and others
As collaborative site to record how secondary and undergraduate math educators use WolframAlpha, or Walpha as it's called here, in the classroom. In particular, the authors are interested in how students might use Walpha themselves, as well as how teachers
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 WatsonMath.com  Elaine Watson
A repository for ideas and links that support Watson's work as a K12 mathematics consultant, such as spreading the word about the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics and how they can be implemented by classroom teachers. Posts, which date back
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 Wavelet Forum  Daniel Lemire, Ondelette.com
A friendly posting board on wavelets, spectral analysis, and signal processing.
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 The Web Page Dedicated to Pi  Paul Johns
Information on pi, 120,000 digits of pi, pi jokes and poems, a pi club, message board, facts and records, links to other pi sites, and more.
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 What is Math?  Field Cady
Blog of "miniessays about the history and nature of math, and how it fits into the spectrum of human activity," by an applied mathematician and algorithm developer who specializes in statistics and "big data" analytics and statistical modeling. Posts,
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 What's New  Terence Tao, UCLA
Updates on Tao's research and expository papers, discussion of open problems, and other mathsrelated topics. Blog posts, which date to February, 2007, have included "Riemannian manifolds and curvature" and "Sailing into the wind, or faster than the wind"
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 The Why Files  University of Wisconsin
An electronic exploration of the issues of science, math, and technology that lurk behind the headlines of the day, presenting those topics in a clear, entertaining and accessible manner. Provides a bimonthly feature on the science of everyday life, archived
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 Wild About Math!  Sol Lederman
Math posts, which date back to October, 2007, have included "10 ways to get wild about Math," "How to square large numbers quickly (part 1)," "26 tips for using learning styles to help your kids with Math," "The algebra of crossmultiplication," "Flexagon
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 Wilder's Fourth Grade Math and Science  Jim Wilder
Wilder's blog, which dates back to July of 2008, has included posts such as "Pumpkin Investigation/Family Math Night," "Spuds, Velocity, & Central Tendency," "predict the pattern," "codes and the tricky elevens," and "thinking about patterns." Wilder
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 window into a math classroom  Sadie Estrella
A snapshotdriven blog subtitled "a glimpse into a math classroom once a day." Estrella's posts, enlivened with pictures of her students and of their work on classroom dryerase whiteboards, have included "Trying Math MetaCognition," "More Arguing about
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 Wise Education and Behavior  Rachel Wise
Educational and behavioral tips on math strategies include "Using Games to Teach Computation"; "Teaching Mental Math"; and "Keywords, Relevant Information, Creating Visuals."
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 Without Geometry, Life Is Pointless  Avery Pickford
"Musings on math, education, teaching, and research" by a teacher. Blog posts, which date back to May, 2010, have included "What Makes a Problem Great," "Habits of Mind," "My 6th Grade Version of Algebra," "Technology in School: Where's My Hovercraft?
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 wNetSchool
A resource for K12 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
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 WolframAlpha  Wolfram Alpha LLC
A computational knowledge engine that "computes whatever can be computed about anything." Query Alpha about "essentially any kind of systematic factual knowledge," with particular strengths in "areas where computation or mathematics have traditionally
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