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Subject:  software 
Author:  Bill Slocum 
Date:  Mar 24 2003 
fit into the state standards & exams and fit into the budget. I've been
enlightened by the links on Suzanne's page, and I've already started using some
of the programs with my students. Thanks Suzanne!
Listed here are some of the programs I've found useful or at least
interesting:
INTERNET BASED:
The ESCOT programs, http://www.escot.org/resources/problems/
http://www.mathforum.com/students/
http://www.glencoe.com/sec/math/studytools/index.php4
(Glencoe has selftest assessment tools for every lesson and every chapter of
their Prealgebra book.)
http://www.aplusmath.com
http://www.scientificcalculator.com/
http://www.calculator.com/calcs/calc_sci.html
LOADED IN THE COMPUTER:
Graphing Calculator in every PowerMac
spreadsheets (AppleWorks or Excel)
http://mmap.wested.org/ (software accompanies MMAP study units.)
The old 'MathBlaster' and Algeblaster
Software that comes with the textbooks (McDougallittel and Glencoe)
FREEWARE AND SHAREWARE (found at AOL, Download.com, google, kidsdomain.com,
etc.) including
http://www.polymathlove.com (several free programs and a CD with 250 programs
for a $100 site license.)
Frankenstein's Helper (works best on older Macs)
http://www.kidsdomain.com/down/mac/frankenstein.html
 
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