 125 Questions: What Don't We Know?  Science Magazine
Science celebrated its 125th anniversary with a look forward at the most compelling puzzles and questions facing scientists today. Accompanied by reader's forums and other online extras, this free news feature explores 125 big questions that face scientific
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 17Calculus
Concepts, examples, videos, and practice problems to help students better understand the concepts of precalculus, single variable calculus, multivariable calculus, and differential equations. Formerly known as MathZar.
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 21st Century Educator  David Wees
Wees serves as the learning specialist for information technology at Stratford Hall (Vancouver, BC). His blog posts, which date back to November, 2008, have included "Creating a WiiMote interactive white board at my school for under $50," "Eight Videos
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 Actuarial Outpost  Glenn Cooke
Actuarial website with discussion forum, free study material, and job postings. Also available at http://www.actuarialoutpost.com/.
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 The Ada Project (TAP)  Carol Frieze and Women@SCS; Carnegie Mellon University
Tapping Internet Resources for Women in Computer Science, this site serves as a clearinghouse for information and resources relating to women in computing: conferences, projects, discussion groups and organizations, fellowships and grants, notable women
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 Adult Numeracy Network (ANN)
A community dedicated to highquality mathematics instruction at the adult level. ANN conducts preconferences at the annual NCTM national meetings; publishes the Math Practitioner Newsletter; sponsors the
Numeracy List, an adult electronic forum; and
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 AgentSheets  AgentSheets, Inc.
A combination of enduser programmable agents, spreadsheets and Java authoring tools. The new version of AgentSheets lets endusers build a wide range of applications that include interactive simulations, games, and intelligent web agents. Projects created
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 Alexandre Borovik
Borovik teaches and researches group theory at the University of Manchester (UK), where he is a Professor of Pure Mathematics. See his eightpoint teaching manifesto, read about his methodology, and download slides of selected talks, which include "Hidden
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 Algebra 4 All
A community of educators sharing resources and supporting one another in the practice of teaching algebra: lesson sharing, applets for students and teachers, discussion forum, blogs, media, and other content related to the functionsbased approach to
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 ALLREALS+BLOG  Marty Romero
Blog about "effective educational reforms/policies and empowering students through equitable pedagogical practices." Posts, which date back to September, 2012, have included "Procedural Knowledge vs. Conceptual Understanding (A Dad's dilemma)"; "Obesity
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 All the News That's Fit to Math
Blog of mathematical questions that arise from news headlines. Posted by an Australian teacher since January, 2014, entries have included "The decline of cancer rates in the USA," "The Royal Family's Spending Habits," and "Are Super Bowl ads worth it?"
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 alt.algebra.help  Math Forum
An unmoderated newsgroup focused on algebra. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions.
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 alt.math.recreational  Math Forum
An unmoderated newgroup focused on recreational mathematics. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions.
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 alt.math.undergrad  Math Forum
An unmoderated discussion forum for issues and problems pertaining to college undergraduate mathematics. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions.
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 amte  Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Math Forum
A mailing list for discussions concerning teaching standards and practices at the K16 level. Read and search archived messages up through the list's last activity, in September, 2000.
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 amtnys  Math Forum
The general discussion group of the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State. Use this service to discuss items of interest to math educators everywhere. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions.
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 Analysis of Algorithms  Flajolet, Prodinger
A research site with papers to download, links to researchers, a newsletter, etc. Analysis of Algorithms (AofA) is a field in computer science whose overall goal is an understanding of the complexity of algorithms. While much research is devoted to worstcase
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 Analysis WebNotes  John Lindsay Orr; Dept. of Mathematics & Statistics, Univ. of NebraskaLincoln
An extensive collection of analysis resources, including class notes, discussion boards, and homework assignments, with questions and answers from analysis labs, and techniques of proofs. There are interactive demonstrations of several central themes
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 Angles of Reflection  John Benson and P. J. Karafiol
A backandforth intergenerational blog on math education, begun in January, 2011, by two Presidential Awardees in Mathematics from the state of Illinois.
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 AngryMath  Daniel R. Collins
Blog by an adjunct math lecturer at Kingsborough Community College who believes that "Math is a battle. It is a battle that feels like it must be fought ...," and for whom "math isn't beautiful or fun, but it is powerful, and that's what we need from
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 apcalc  The College Board, Math Forum
The Advanced Placement Calculus mailing list is hosted by The College Board and archived by the Math Forum. Designed for precollege students preparing for AP tests, the level of discussion and the explicit relation to the college sequence may also make
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 The Aperiodical  Steckles, Katie; Perfect, Christian; and Rowlett, Peter
"A meetingplace for people who already know they like maths and would like to know more." Posts, which date back to February, 2008, have included "Podcast: Episode 2  NoelAnn Bradshaw, Newton and Leibniz"; "9 is an experimental error"; "Wolfram Alpha
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 Applied Chaos Lab (ACL)  Dr. W. Ditto; Georgia Tech University
The ACL covers a broad range of analysis and application of chaotic behavior and related phenomena. Much of the research is done in conjunction with researchers at other universities and extends into biophysics and other interdisciplinary areas. Researchers
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 apstat  The College Board, Math Forum
A list for prospective teachers and others involved in the development of the Advanced Placement Statistics Examination. Read and search archived messages.
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 Area Of A Circle  Kuldeep Kaur
Lessons and worksheets to find the area of a circle. Kaur has posted stepbystep instructions through this blog, which dates back to December, 2011.
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 Arithmetic Village  Kimberly Moore
Arithmetic Village introduces number placement, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division through storybook characters Polly Plus, Linus Minus, Tina Times, and King David Divide. arithmeticvillage.com, which accompanies the author's rhyming
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 The Art of Problem Solving  Richard Rusczyk
An online school and community, with a message board and widely used textbooks, e.g., The Art of Problem Solving by Sandor Lehoczky and Richard Rusczyk. See, in particular, the AoPS's Math Jams, guided improvisational problem solving sessions. Also, learn
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 Ask a Mathematician / Ask a Physicist
"Your math and physics questions answered." Blog posts, which date back to October, 2009, originate from questions posed via email, at the duo's stand at Burningman, in person by friends, or "this one time in Union Square": "How do I find the love of
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 The Bad Maths Pool  Danny Nicholson
A UK teacher trainer's Flickr photo group "for all those images of crazy special offers and examples of things that just don't add up." Pictures, which date back to August, 2010, primarily consist of retail advertisements gone wrong with bulk discounting,
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 BetterExplained  Kalid Azad
Discover and share the "intuitive insights that make complicated ideas simple. Our 'ahha!' moments are different, and that's ok. There's no single way to explain an idea...." Preferring the construction of maps over the memorization of directions, the
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 Beyond TERC  Linda Moran
Share constructive ideas with other parents and seek advice from Linda Moran, a licensed math teacher and author of the Beyond TERC lens and the Beyond TERC blog.
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 BizMo Diaries  Kirby Urner
"On the road with global data." This open source developer's blog, which dates back to January, 2005, has included posts on math education, such as "Python for GIS Experts," "Memo to Gnu Math Teachers," "Playing with Blocks," "Story Problems," "Mathematics
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 Blog of a Math Teacher
A newly minted math teacher reflects on going back to school, the first day of practice teaching, state certification, job hunting, the interview, and more. With archives dating back to July, 2003.
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 Blog of Science  Pierre Far
A blog started in December, 2005, by a bacterial geneticist to "write about the latest scientific discoveries, explaining them in terms everyone can understand." Far favors topics that "affect people," so blogsci.com tends to feature health and medicine
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 Blog on math blogs  American Mathematical Society
A blog by "two mathematicians touring the mathematical blogosphere." Posts, which date back to April, 2013, have included "Binary Bonsai and Other Mathematical 'Plants,'" "Building the World Digital Mathematical Library," "On Pregnancy and Probability,"
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 Bowman in Arabia  Bowman Dickson
Blog by a teacher of calculus and AP Calculus at King's Academy (Jordan) who "believes in optimism and enthusiasm above all else." Posts, which date back to August, 2009, have included "Maybe I'm starting to become more Jordanian"; "But my son told me
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 Bridging The Gap  Nicora Placa
Blog by a former elementary and middle school math teacher pursuing a Ph.D. in teaching and learning. Posts, which date back to April, 2013, have included "The subway ad that changed my life," "Transforming the Teaching Profession: It starts with RESPECT,"
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 Brilliant
Weekly Olympiadstyle challenges that offer "rigorous, competitive, whimsical, and edifying" problem sets in math and physics. Register to explore the Brilliant Techniques Trainer's practice exercises; answer correctly to earn points redeemable for lanyards,
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 A Brilliant Madness: The story of Nobel Prize winning mathematician John Nash  PBS
"The story of a mathematical genius whose career was cut short by a descent into madness." Read a synopsis of the documentary, the film's transcript, primary sources such as John Nash's dissertation, his Nobel autobiography, and more. Based on the documentary,
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 BrokenAirplane.com  Phil Wagner
Blog of "tips and ideas that you can use in your classroom immediately, and suggestions to help you, no matter your teaching or technology experience." Posts, which date back to June, 2010, have included "Math Project  Slope Art," "SAM Animation Is the
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 b's law  Brian Lawler
Blog begun March, 2011, by a professor of math education at California State University San Marcos. Posts, which "try to disrupt," have included "continued reaction to tracking," "The Problem of the Skateboarder Problem in IMP," "A Deconstruction of Learning
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 calc_reform  eMATH/AMS, Math Forum
A discussion around reform of the curriculum and the teaching of calculus and linear algebra, including differential equations, a mix of theoretical issues and concrete practices. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions.
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 CalculusABC.com  Chris Watson
A site for calculus teachers to share questions they've written and discuss
issues relating to the field. Sort multiple choice questions according to calculator use and representation type (verbal, numerical, analytical, or graphical). With web forums
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 Can You Crack the Enigma Code?  Richard Belfield
The official website accompanying Belfield's book, Can You Crack the Enigma Code? "As part of the book, Richard invited a team of experts from the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway, University of London, to create a challenging collection of
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 Card Colm  Colm Mulcahy
This blog "explores mathematical card principles and effects for fun." Inspired by Martin Gardner and his seminal Mathematics, Magic and Mystery, Mulcahy has posted since August, 2011: "A Call For A New Shuffle Principle (Need Rot Sextet?)," "Splitting
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 Casting out Nines  Robert Talbert, The Chronicle of Higher Education
Blog from The Chronicle "where math, technology, and education cross." Posts, which date back to December, 2005, have included "Inside the liberal arts math course," "Not to be a calculus heretic or anything, but...," "A taste of Tufte," "A proposal about
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 cavmaths  Stephen Cavadino
Blog by a maths teacher and KS5 coordinator. Posts, which date back to July, 2012, often incorporate social media and snapshots of scratch work: "Christmaths Projects," "Engaging with Written Feedback," "Consistency, Humour, Well planned Lessons and
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 C/C++ Café: Scientific Computing with C/C++
The site provides an open forum for discussion to assist programmers of scientific applications in analyzing and improving the performance of their code.
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 CESAME Support Site for Investigations Discussions  CESAME, Brown University, Math Forum
A place to share ideas, questions, and experiences from teaching TERC's Investigations in Number, Data and Space at four levels: Grades K1; 23; 45; and Special Needs Students. Discussion archives are searchable and browseable, and you may also join
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 CHANCE  J. Laurie Snell, Mathematics Dept., Dartmouth College
Materials designed to help teach a "Chance" course or a more standard introductory probability or statistics course. A Chance course is a case study quantitative literacy course designed to make students more informed and critical readers of current news
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