 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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 Carl's Teaching Blog  Carl Oliver
Blog by a New York City transfer school teacher "documenting the steps I take, and the progress I make, towards becoming the best teacher I can be." Posts, which date back to April, 2014, have included previews of Oliver's lessons for the week and "Carl's
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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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 Cédric Villani
For mathematicians, the 2010 Fields Medalist offers his publications, lecture notes for students, errata sheets, and his research into collisional kinetic theory (Boltzmann type), collisionless kinetic theory (Vlasov type), and optimal transport. "For
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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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 Change the Equation
This nonprofit, nonpartisan CEOled initiative aims to "solve America's innovation problem. It answers the call of President Obama's Educate to Innovate Campaign to move the U.S. to the top of the pack in science and math education," with science, technology,
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 Chaos at Maryland  The Chaos Group, the University of Maryland at College Park
Research in chaotic dynamics: the theory of dimensions, fractal basin boundaries, chaotic scattering, controlling chaos, and more. Read research papers, link to Daniel P. Lathrop's Nonlinear Dynamics Lab and the Pattern Formation Laboratory, learn about
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 Citizen Maths  Ufi Charitable Trust
Free courses of selfpaced video tutorials, discussions, and handson activities to try out. Developed by Calderdale College (UK), with CogBooks, the Institute of Education, and Oxford Cambridge RSA (OCR).
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 Cmathématique  Téléfiction
Liens à consulter classés par sujet et par niveau; des problèmes du mois, un concours pour l'honneur dont les meilleures solutions de participants seront publiées sur le site; des capsules "crack" mathématiques offrant
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 Collaborative Mathematics  Jason Ermer
Videos for connecting "a worldwide community of mathematical problem solvers" and "cultivating a productive attitude toward challenging problems: one of creativity, resourcefulness, selfconfidence, and perseverance." Two and threeminutelong challenges
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 Colm Mulcahy
Blog by a recipient of the Mathematical Association of America's Allendoerfer Award for excellence in expository writing. Posts, which date back to October, 2012, have included "Weak Math? Try Math Week!" and "Oranges and Apples Comparisons: The Roots
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 comp.softsys.matlab  Math Forum
An unmoderated discussion group, available via the Math Forum's archive (from which you can view messages, search them, and register to post), or in mailing list or newsgroup format, providing an opportunity for users of the software package Matlab to
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 The Computational Geometry Impact Task Force Report  Jeff Erickson
In April 1996, Bernard Chazelle's Computational Geometry Impact Task Force published a report entitled "Application Challenges to Computational Geometry" about the relation between computational geometry and various application fields. The report is available
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 Confronting Technology  Lowell Monke
This site provides a variety of resources critically examining the relationship between human beings and technology, with specific resources on the way computers are used in education. They include: an annotated bibliography, a list of documents available
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 Connect Capture Game  Rick Nordal
This paper and pencil game combines chess with dotsandboxes. Completing a box "activates" the enclosed chess piece, which may then capture other activated chess pieces for points.
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 Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)  Information Institute of Syracuse
A community of organizations, government agencies, corporations, and individuals in important leadership roles formed to further the development and use of telecommunications in K12 education. Topics include legislative issues, conference participants
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 Constructing Math Instruction  Chris Robinson
Blog by teacher "averse to binary thinking that refuses to countenance all the complexities of the minefield that is the real classroom." Posts, which date back to December, 2012, have included "Number Sense and My Students"; "Analyzing Student Questions";
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 Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere  Sameer Shah
Blog by a high school math teacher in Brooklyn (NY), beginning shortly before teacher training and orientation, upon realizing that the textbook "completely limits me as a teacher and as a creative person" and who subsequently sets out to "design clear,
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 Crewton Ramone's Blog of Math  Crewton Ramone
Ramone's blog, which dates back to July, 2009, has included posts  many with video  such as "Fractions Despite SPED," "Why Invert and Multiply," "4 Year Old Math Enrichment," "Fractions and Addends," "Fractions and Autism Do in Fact Mix," and "Fraction
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 Cryptoclub  Vera Pless, Janet Beissinger
This website includes tools to encrypt and decrypt messages, an
animated treasure hunt, a classroom message board to send and
receive encrypted messages, and a place to explore mathematics
topics related to cryptography, such as prime numbers and
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 Cryptonomicon.Net  Matthew S. Hamrick; PhPNuke
A community portal site for amateurs and professionals with an interest in cryptography. The site has some original content and news stories, but the Web links section (with over 1100 links to crypto and security related sites) is most interesting.
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 The CTK Exchange  Interactive Math Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
A page devoted to questions and answers concerning Bogomolny's pages and math in general. Postings are approved by Bogomolny, and usually answered by him, although they may be answered by the general public as well. Posting topics vary all the way from
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 CUNY Games Network  CUNY Academic Commons
Blog about the pedagogical uses of both digital and nondigital math games, how they improve student success, and how they encourage research and scholarship in the developing field of gamesbased learning. Posts, which date back to July, 2011, have included
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 The Curious Creative: Maths  Tom Barrett
Blog by a former teacher and ICT Subject Leader. Barrett's math posts, which date to back to July, 2006, have included "Addressing the Balance: Multiflyer Times Tables Challenge," "Using Nintendo Wii Sports for Addition and Subtraction," "My Maths Lesson
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 Curmudgeon
Blog by a veteran math teacher in Vermont who "believes that math should be taught, not collaboratively explored; algebra and geometry are better than a vague course of Integrated Math; spiraling doesn't work nearly as well as learning it properly the
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 Cyberpapy  Boulanger
Posez votres questions des devoirs dans les forums; des "cyberpapys" répondent.
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 CyMath
Stepbystep typeset results in differential calculus, integral calculus, algebra, and trigonometry. Just key in your expression or equation — or modify one of CyMath's examples — then select from among eight actions in the pulldown menu:
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 Daily Dose of Teaching Awesome  John Mahlstedt
Blog by a math teacher in the Bay Area who also coaches track and basketball at his middle school. Posts on his "journey to find and document at least ONE good thing everyday of the school year" date back to January, 2014: "Desmos Brings the Noise," "Central
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 Daniel Willingham
From the author of Why Don't Students Like School? and When Can You Trust the Experts? (subtitled: "How to tell good science from bad in education"). See, in particular, Willingham's articles, such as "Why transfer is hard," "Why students remember or
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 Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) Homepage  Ali Emrouznejad
A resource site for DEA, an operational research tool for measuring technical efficiency. Includes a brief introduction, glossary, models, bibliography, dissertations, books, people in the field, tutorial, course, data sets, software, discussions, links,
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 The De Morgan Journal  London Mathematical Society
The De Morgan Journal aims "to encourage academic mathematicians to reflect on current issues in mathematics education at all levels, from primary school to graduate studies; to encourage them to explore links between higher mathematics and elementary
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 discretemath  Math Forum
A discussion group for subject matter concerning teaching and researching of discrete mathematics at all levels. It began as a closed list for the researchers and educators who participated in the Rutgers University Discrete Math and Theoretical Computer
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 Discussion Groups: Technology  Texas Instruments
Read, search, and post to groups about TI products: Scientific Calculators, TI10, TI73, TI80/81, TI82/83/83 Plus/Silver Edition, TI85/86, TI89/Voyage 200/TI92 Plus, CAS and Symbolic Math Guide, Graphing Calculator Comparisons, Derive, muLISP, TI
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 Discussions  Math Forum
The Math Forum's discussions include mathematics and math educationrelated newsgroups, mailing lists, and Webbased discussions. Read recent and older messages, find out how to subscribe to a mailing list that interests you, read an MAA Online article
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 Disfruta Las Matemáticas  Rod Pierce, mathsisfun.com
Spanish language version of Maths is Fun.
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 Divisible by 3  Andrew Stadel
Stadel has taught prealgebra, algebra, and geometry in middle school since 2004. His blog about "interactions with math, logic, life, teaching, and the web they spin together" dates back to March, 2012, with posts such as "Survey your students"; "2012
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 Division by Zero  Dave Richeson
A blog about "math, puzzles, teaching, and academic technology." Posts, which date back to September of 2008 and sometimes introduce original applets, have included "Volumes of ndimensional balls," "Albrecht Dürer's ruler and compass constructions,"
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 Doing Mathematics  Bryan Meyer
Blog by an eleventh grade math teacher at a projectbased learning (PBL) school pursuing a Masters Degree in Teacher Leadership. Posts, which date back to February, 2012, have included "What Bowflex Can Teach Us about Assessment," "Habits of a Mathematician,"
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 Domebook  Tom Camilli
Cardboard and transparent plastic geodesic domes built by children. Students start by constructing paper models, then apply scale factors to construct domes of any size using cardboard or wooden dowels and plastic sheeting. See pictures of classroom projects;
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 Dr. Alfred Posamentier  Education Update, Inc.
Blog by the Dean of Education at Mercy College (New York). Posamentier's Posts, which date back to August, 2010, have included "A Power Loop," "The Unusual Number Nine," "The Irrepressible Number 1," "Enriching Mathematics Instruction, Rather than Teaching
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 Drawing on Math  Tina Cardone
Blog by a public high school math teacher in Massachusetts who has participated in Boston University's PROMYS and the Institute of Advanced Studies' PCMI. Posts, which date back to August, 2011, have included "End of Year Reflections: Geometry Favorite
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 dy/dan  Dan Meyer
Meyer has taught high school math since 2004, and blogged about it since September, 2006, with two interests in particular: curriculum design (answering the question, "how we design the ideal learning experience for students?") and teacher education (answering
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 Early Algebra, Early Arithmetic  TERC and Tufts University
The Early Algebra Project examines young learners as they express general relationships among numbers and quantities through written notation, tables, and diagrams. Download PDFs of class materials such as lesson plans and student worksheets; discuss
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 Easing the Hurry Syndrome  Jennifer Wilson
Blog by a teacher in Flowood (Mississippi) whose course load includes Advanced Placement Calculus and Geometry. Posts often begin with alignments to relevant Common Core State Standard (CCSS) and feature screenshots of TINspire CAS Navigators, with original
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 Eat. Sleep. Math.
A Tumblr "repository for mathrelated links, anecdotes, code, and random thoughts" by a UCLA undergraduate. Posts, which date back to November, 2013, have included "Yesterday my friend and I passed Terence Tao in the MS building while I was explaining
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