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Math across the curriculum

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From: Sarah (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: Jun 29, 1998 at 18:54:54
Subject: Re: Math across the curriculum

Here are three possible Internet resources:

1. Art/Music and Math Resources - ARTSEDGE

http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/db/cr/icr/math.html

     A page designed to highlight links on the Internet and additional
     offline resources that interrelate the study of math with the arts.

2. Cross-Cultural Story Problems in Math - Elizabeth Murphy

http://calvin.stemnet.nf.ca/~elmurphy/emurphy/math.html

     This article about a small group of fourth graders who participated in 
     the Cross Cultural Story Problems in Math originally appeared in 1995 in 
     "Teaching Mathematics," a publication of the Newfoundland and Labrador 
     Teachers' Association. The project was interdisciplinary and relied on 
     cooperative learning practices. Its aim was to improve and reinforce 
     skills and concepts in Math, Social Studies and Language Arts.

3. There Is No Place Like.... SPACE - Sharon White

http://www-ed.fnal.gov/help/97/white/white_summary.html

     Junior high students explore living in space through this
     interdisciplinary (art, language arts, math, reading, social studies and 
     science) project. The site contains a summary, scenario, student pages, 
     and useful Internet links, as well as a list of standards addressed. 
     Part of the Handbook of Engaged Learning Projects sponsored by Fermilab.

 - Sarah, for the Teacher2Teacher service

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