Park City Mathematics Institute
Secondary School Teachers Program
Summer 2012
A Brief Intro to Math Forum Resources
by Suzanne Alejandre

2012 Index Page
2012 Photos
2012 Roster
Class Notes
    Morning Shorts
Daily Schedule
Getting Started
Continuing Conversations
Participant Outreach Activities
Project Abstracts

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Site Map
Blog List

Working Groups
Reasoning from Data & Chance
Exploring Discrete Math
Investigating Geometry
Learning about Geometric Groups
Implementing Lesson Study
Visualizing Functions
c-TaP
    Elementary
    Middle School
    High School
    AP/YPP

Summer Math Camp
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E-table - Las Cruces, New Mexico

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Contact List
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E-mail Addresses
Morning Announcements
Portrait Photos

Ning: PCMI 2012

Forms

The Math Forum is a leading online mathematics learning community and provider of professional development. We are best known for our Ask Dr. Math®, Teacher2Teacher (T2T®), Math Tools software library, and Problems of the Week online interactive services.

From our beginning in 1992, Math Forum staff members have set the tone that every individual on the Math Forum site, from elementary students to their teachers to calculus professors to educational researchers has a voice in the community.

This commitment lets us meet learners where they are and nurture them. From introducing problem solving with the gentle questions, "What do you Notice? What do you Wonder?" to supporting teachers to take on projects that lead to new professional leadership roles, the Math Forum has fostered the development of thousands of students and teachers to find their mathematical voice.

On June 12, Peg Cagle looked at our timeline and wondered what celebrations we had planned for that Friday. Lucky for us that Peg notices things! We quickly created our Happy Birthday Math Forum blog and started collecting birthday wishes and favorite Math Forum memories. You may recognize the names of those who have commented so far!

The Math Forum @ Drexel: 20 Years of Building Online Community to Change Practices, Change Mathematics Education, and Change Lives download [pdf]

Our Most Popular Free Services

Ask Dr. Math®
... is a question and answer service for math students and their teachers. A searchable archive is available by level and topic, as well as summaries of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and Selected Answers.
 
Teacher2Teacher (T2T)
...service grew out of the Ask Dr. Math® service at the Math Forum in March of 1998. Teacher2Teacher can be characterized as a peer-mentored question-and-answer service. We focus on answering questions from teachers and parents about math teaching and math learning. You'll find Gail Englert's Elementary Thoughts pages on the T2T FAQ.
 
Math Tools
... is a community library of technology tools, lessons, activities, and support materials for teaching and learning mathematics.

Problems of the Week: Starting at twenty-five dollars -- this might be the best value that you can find!

Online Professional Development: The Math Forum has conducted professional development since 1992 on the use of technology in the math classroom for the development of the mathematical practices now featured in the Common Core State Standards.

Some Quick Links to Help You Explore
Tour: focused on Grades K-2 and Grades 3-5
Tour: focused on Grades 6-8 and Grades 9-12
NCSM and NCTM 2012: Handouts (pdf)

      

 

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314808.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.