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Cal led a discussion about various technologies folks use in their classrooms. The group notes on GoogleDocs are also noted here.
4:30
College prof in Michigan:
http://teachingcollegemath.com/
*blogs on practical uses of WolframAlpha and other Web2.0 tools
*does focus on pedagogy and assessment
Lesson plans on WolframAlpha
http://www.scribd.com/Pearson%20Math%20Stats
Teaching Undergraduate Math Wiki (includes Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus & Linear Algebra)
http://walphawiki.wikidot.com/introduction
Using tech to record student voices:
http://www.voicethread.com
Image and videocapture for faculty and students, demonstrated by Cal this morning. He uses this to capture student work with his tablets:
http://www.jingproject.com/
This site offers some great little videos in a very organized format to explain a huge range of concepts from Algebra 1 (& 2, really...). (Bowen's former student made it! How cool is that?!):
http://www.virtualnerd.com/ (subscription required)
I like to recommend that students who missed my class or can't come in for extra help try out the follow free site  it has great videos, but can be hard to navigate:
http://www.khanacademy.org
Math Open Reference http://mathopenref.com
Animations, step by step text instructions and reference materials for geometry
Grading Tools
http://www.gradepad.com/home.php ($2.99 on AppStore)
http://snapgrades.net/
Group work Grading for google docs
Practicing Proofs online (Two  Column format)
http://feromax.com/cgibin/ProveIt.pl
Zach Korzyk's website for Algebra 2/Trig  helps students practice rote drills. Talk to Zach for more detail!
http://www.mvamath.com
Some nice problems presented as posters from nrich
http://nrich.maths.org/6840?setlocale=en_US
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