 PhD! ... plus epsilon  Adriana Salerno
Having earned her math doctorate in 2009, Salerno writes "about some of the challenges I've encountered while teaching, attempting to do research, and the lesser known aspect of 'service'" on institutional committees. In addition to blogging about "publish
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 Physics Forums
Discussions emphasize physics, but "PF" also includes an entire directory on mathematics: General Math; Calculus & Analysis; Differential Equations; Linear & Abstract Algebra; Topology & Geometry; Set Theory, Logic, Probability, and Statistics;
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 Planet Math
Designed to be a central repository for mathematical knowledge on the web, with a pedagogical slant. All content is usercontributed, either to the Encyclopedia or to the reviewed listings of papers, books, and lecture notes. Polls, discussions, and feedback
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 Planetqhe (Probabilistic Learning Activities Network)  David Kay Harris
Outoftheordinary probability problems. The site focuses on using methods of probability to solve counterintuitive problems and deepen students' understanding and competence in the domain. Sections include: a brief history and rationale of the site;
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 The polymath blog  Timothy Gowers
Massively collaborative mathematical research projects discussed and hosted here have included IMO Q6 2009, Density HalesJewett, Embedded c_0 or lp in explicit Banach spaces, and Finding primes deterministically. Proposals include Boshernitzan's problem,
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 powersfulmath  Brooke Powers
Blog by a Kentucky middle school teacher sharing "some of the ways I try and bring math to life for my students." Posts, which date back to February, 2014, have included "Standards Based Grading When You Can't Really Standards Based Grade," "Why I Always
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 Powersim
A simulation software development company, offering consultant and support services for simulator design, construction, and use as well as the complementary software needed to build models and simulators. The site offers discussion groups, products, newsletters,
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 Powers of Ten  Eames Office
An "adventure in magnitudes" that depicts the relative scale of the universe in factors of ten, originally written and directed by Ray Charles Eames in 1968. Starting at a picnic by a Chicago lake, every ten seconds this nine minutelong documentary short
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 PreCalc/Calculus (Math for Morons Like Us)  ThinkQuest 1998
Lists of important concepts, a quick reference sheet with key calculus formulas, and a calculus message board.
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 The Precalculus Weblet  Dynamic Educational Materials
A partially online precalculus course with the following centers: Instruction (extending the instructional opportunities beyond the textbook; see Explore the Concepts and Starred Exercises), Reference (technology, glossary, history, sites that complement
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 Proactive Play  Punitha Jayaraman
Articles on cognitive development research into, and activities to improve, spatial skills. Posts, which date back to October, 2012, have included "Hari Builds with Construction Set," "Piaget and van Hiele: Compare, Contrast and My Thoughts ...," "Hari's
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 Productive Struggle
Group blog, with most contributions by secondary math and science teachers, that aims to "push teachers to learn in the same way that we push our students to learn" and "work together to make our struggles productive." Posts, which date back to March,
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 Project Based Learning Pathways  David Graser
A blog about real life projects suitable for college math courses such as algebra, finite math, and business calculus. Most of these applied math projects include handouts, videos, and other resources for students, as well as a project letter. Graser,
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 project Eureka
project Eureka is a collaboratively edited site for problem solvers/creators—regardless of problem or field. Add problems with quantifiable results; or group problems in a test.
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 PROMYS: The Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists  Boston University Department of Mathematics and Statistics
PROMYS encourages ambitious high school students to explore the creative world of mathematics. Each summer, approximately 60 high school students from around the country gather on the campus of Boston University for six weeks of rigorous mathematical
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 P Torres blogger  Paula Torres
Blog by an AP Calculus teacher at a public high school in Rancho Cucamonga (CA). Posts, which date back to February, 2014, have included "Beginning to flip," "The wonder of Desmos," "Calculus around the room and 'the Statistics talk,'" "They won't fall
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 PuraMate
Ejercicios e soluciones de ecuaciones de primer grado, ecuaciones de segundo grado, algebra de Baldor, polinomios, producto y cociente notable, binomios, trinomios, desigualdades, y inecuaciones. Un blog empezó en octubre, 2014, tiene entradas
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 Puzzle Zapper  Alexandre Owen Muñiz
Original mathematical puzzles, some available in lasercut acrylic for sale: polyomino common superforms, pentomino coloring problems, miscellaneous polyomino explorations, flexible polyforms, square grid puzzles, visualizing sequences of numbers, Lissajous
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 Questioning My Metacognition  Graham Fletcher
Blog by a K5 math coach "continually seeking to find what it is that develops an intellectual need in students and makes them want to learn." Posts, which date back to August, 2013, have included "To Run or Walk in the Rain," "Underestimating Estimation,"
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 Quomodcocumque  Jordan Ellenberg
Blog by a math professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Posts, which date back to June, 2007, have spanned childrearing, the Baltimore Orioles, dining, overheard conversations, and included "Throwing the baby with a math Ph.D. out with the obnoxious
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 Radical Math
A site for integrating issues of social justice into the classroom. Contribute your own resources, search them by keyword, or browse by math topic, title, or types such as lesson plans, article, charts, graphs, data sets, maps, books, websites, and more.
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 the radical rational ...  Pam Wilson
Blog by a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) of Algebra II and Geometry "in search of innovative ideas with a wellbalanced approach for the math classroom." Posts, which date back to July, 2011, have included "The Purpose of Life and The Quadratic
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 Random (Blog)  Neil Bickford
Bickford writes "about mathematics, cellular automata, programming, Rube Goldberg Machines, and overall randomness." Posts of the selfdescribed "mathematician/programmer/scientist," dating back to May, 2009  when Bickford was 11 years old  have included
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 Real Teaching Means Real Learning  David Martin
Posts from this blog, which date back to November of 2010, have included "Calculus and the justice system," "Driving and deriving in math class," "BEDMAS last along with Lottery Winners," and "Meaning first, homework second." Martin, who teaches high
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 Real World Math  Thomas J. Petra
Lessons that use Google Earth to teach math include Oil Spill Estimates and Scientific Notations; Iditarod Challenge and Typhoon Project; Four Color Map and Mazes & Labyrinths; Crop Circles and Fractal Measurement; Lunar Sports and Rockets. Each lesson
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 A Recursive Process  Dan Anderson
Anderson's blog, which dates back to June of 2010, has included posts such as "Robocode & Math," "Standards Based Grading," "Cake:Frosting (A look into a proper ratio of real math:cool tech)," "Paper Towels WCYDWT (What Can You Do With This?)," "Two
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 Reflections of a Techie  Marsha Ratzel
Reflections "on using 21st century technologies to amplify learning," as blogged by a selfdescribed nerd who teachers middle grades math. Posts, which date back to July, 2003, have included "Finding the Little Truths of Math"; "Rational numbers need
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 reflectivemaths  Dave Gale
Blog of "ideas as well as the odd resource" by an Advanced Skills Teacher (AST), SSAT Lead Practitioner and member of the TES Maths panel. Posts, which date back to December, 2010, have included "Mereside yr6 Daily Maths Challenge," "When Mathematicians
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 The Republic of Mathematics  Gary E. Davis
The Republic of Mathematics™ was founded "to promote happy and productive mathematical experiences for all learners, democratize the learning and teaching of mathematics, and help empower students and teachers in their engagement with mathematics."
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 Research Group in Mathematical Inequalities and Applications (RGMIA)  RGMIA and Victoria University, Australia
The Research Group in Mathematical Inequalities and Applications disseminates results via publication (both in print and electronic form) and conferences; creates an awareness of the theory of inequalities and support seminars and visiting academics;
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 Research in Practice  Ben BlumSmith
A "math education research digest" by a former teacher, private tutor, and faculty member of Bard College's Master of Arts in Teaching program who went on to pursue his doctoral degree from the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University.
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 Right Brained Math  Brandon Price
"Searching for divergence and creativity in all that mathy stuff." Price teaches algebra, geometry, statistics, and robotics at Austin's Khabele School, an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School. His blog, which dates back to March, 2013, has
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 Robert Kaplinsky  Glenrock Consulting  Robert Kaplinsky
Lessons consist of "The Challenge(s)," "Question(s) To Ask," "Consider This," and alignments to Common Core State Standards (CCSS): "How Can We Water All Of The Grass?" and "How Much Money Should Dr. Evil Demand?" and "How Did They Make Ms. PacMan?"
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 The Roots of the Equation  James Cleveland
Blog by a high school algebra teacher in New York City "trying to figure out how it all fits together ... [and] creating interdisciplinary problems, projects, and thinking." A Math for America (MfA) fellow, Cleveland has blogged since June, 2011, with
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 Rubik's Online  Rubik/Seven Towns
The official online site for the Rubik's cube. Play with the cube and other Rubik's games and puzzles online; find information on where to buy Rubik's products; use the forum to exchange views, opinions, comments, suggestions and anecdotes related to
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 Scenes from a Dynamic Math Classroom  Ihor Charischak
In a dynamic math classroom, "discourse between teacher and students produces engagement and learning." Posts, which date back to July, 2008, include ISTE 2011 Reflections  My presentation," "Crowdsourcing Jr. Classroom Activity," "Supermarkets marketing
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 School Restructuring and Block Scheduling  Mabbott, others
Conversations from the Web discussion geometryprecollege. Art Mabbott extends an invitation to teachers who have tried longer class periods to share their results (October 1994). See also Restructuring Time for Math Class, comments, ideas and suggestions
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 Schools Online (SOL)  Pacific Internet Pte. Ltd.
A Singaporebased searchable resource site dedicated to schools, educators, and students, its mission to provide schools with dedicated Internet access and services enabling schools to optimise the Internet for educational purposes. In addition to cocoordinating
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 SchooltoWork (STW)  National STW Learning and Information Center
A system to prepare youth for the high wage, high skill careers of today's and tomorrow's global economy. Using federal seed money, States and their partnerships design the schooltowork system that makes the most sense for them. There is no single model.
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 Science Cheerleaders
Professional cheerleaders pursuing science careers who "playfully challenge stereotypes, turn everyone onto science by encouraging participation in citizen science activities, and inspire young women to consider careers in science, technology, engineering
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 sci.math  Math Forum
A very active unmoderated discussion group focused on general and advanced mathematics. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions.
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 sci.math.numanalysis  Math Forum
A discussion group for subject matter concerning numerical analysis. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions.
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 sci.math.research  Math Forum
A moderated discussion group for researchlevel mathematics. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions.
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 sci.math.symbolic  Math Forum
An unmoderated discussion group for symbolic mathematics packages. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. Conversations in this group overlap to some extent with the Matlab and Mathematica discussion groups, but it
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 sci.stat.edu  Math Forum
An unmoderated newsgroup focused on statistics education. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. Also available at http://lists.psu.edu/cgibin/wa?SUBED1=edstatl&A=1.
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 Scott Kim, Puzzle Master
A puzzle and graphic design creator, Scott Kim offers links to his online puzzles, a gallery of inversions (or ambigrams, words or names written so they read in more than one waysome read upside down, some flip in a mirror, some read as two different
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 The Secret Garden of Maths  Micky Bullock
Blog by a secondary school maths teacher (Forest School, London, UK) that aims to provide "maths to the masses," with a preference for illustrations via GeoGebra. Bullock describes his "paranoia [as] rooted in the average person's contemptible indifference
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 Secrets of the Fathom Masters  Tim Erickson
"Get your Fathom questions answered here" by a member of Key Curriculum Press' design team that developed the software for data analysis and statistics education. When Erickson needs to write instructions for some procedure using Fathom, he posts them
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 Serendip  Bryn Mawr College
An expanding forum and a continually developing set of resources for exploring and supporting intellectual and social change in education, social organization, and for making sense of life, organized into: Brain and Behavior, Complex Systems, Biology,
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 ShadowFax Cluster Rant  A. Jorge Garcia
Garcia blogs about teaching math and computer science with technology (such as SmartBoards), learning math and computer science with technology, and the LinuxClusters super computer called ShadowFax. Posts, which date back to May, 2009, have included
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