PCMI @ MathForum Web Page
The top level page providing links to both Summer Session 2001 and 2002.

The Math Forum @ Drexel
The Math Forum's mission is to provide resources, materials, activities, person-to-person interactions, and educational products and services that enrich and support teaching and learning in an increasingly technological world.

Fathom Dynamic Statistics Software
Fathom does for data-driven mathematics and statistics what The Geometer's Sketchpad did for a geometric approach to mathematical modeling. With Fathom, you can explore data, plot functions, and create animated simulations. Fathom allows you to type in your own data, to use the over 300 data files that come with Fathom, or to import data from text files or directly from the Internet.

Fathom Discussion group (hosted by the Math Forum)
The purpose of this list is to foster communication within the Fathom user community. For more information: About Fathom

Fathom Links to Data

Fathom: Census links

Phillips Academy Problem Page

Lessons in Canadian Curriculum with Activities
Note: choose any option within "Profiles" box on the right side of the page, then select "Mathematics"

Create Graph Paper

Exploring Data

Probability with M&M’s

Canada Population Data

U.S. Population Data

The Gallup Organization

Statistical Resources on the Web

Real Data for Analysis with your Class Note: go to "Data Analysis"

Stata Teaching Tools: Coin-tossing simulation

The Data Library

Care Package #2
Lists the topics required for the Grade 11 curriculum in Ontario, Canada, including functions, complex numbers, personal finance, trigonometry and conics.

9 -10 Committee
Materials to implement the Grades 9 and 10 curriculum in Ontario, including linear and quadratic functions.

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