19 July - 6 August, 1999

The Math Forum- http://mathforum.org/An online community of teachers, students, researchers, parents, educators, and citizens at all levels who have an interest in math and math education.

Ask Dr. Math- http://mathforum.org/dr.math/The Math Forum's ask-an-expert service for K-12 math students and their teachers. A searchable archive is available by level and topic, together with a FAQ and Classic Problems section.

Teacher2Teacher- http://mathforum.org/t2t/A panel of teaching professionals, Presidential Awardees for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching, is available to answer questions on topics ranging from classroom teaching techniques to finding good Internet resources for professional development.

Problems of the Week- http://mathforum.org/pow/A project designed to challenge students with non-routine problems and to encourage them to verbalize their solutions. On our second Monday together, we'll look at a new POW that Ethel Breuche is developing:Discrete Math POW http://mathforum.org/dmpow/

Discussion Groups- http://mathforum.org/discussions/The Math Forum's Epigone discussion archives include mathematics and math education-related newsgroups, mailing lists, and Web-based discussions. All DREI 1999 participants, researchers, speakers, and coordinators can communicate with one another by e-mailing the <discretemath@mathforum.org> list, and view the discussion archived online at

Discrete Math discussion group http://mathforum.org/epigone/discretemath/

Math Resources by Subject- http://mathforum.org/math.topics.htmlThese collections represent only what we believe are the best Internet resources for each topic. Recommended resources by level and subject, including for

Discrete Math http://mathforum.org/discrete/

Advanced Discrete Math http://mathforum.org/advanced/adv.discrete.html

Math Forum Search Engine- http://mathforum.org/grepform.htmlWe have over 300,000 pages so this is quite an extensive search. You may also search each specific area, which may give you a more focused, and in the case of the discussion groups, a more thorough search.

Internet Newsletter- http://mathforum.org/electronic.newsletter/An electronic newsletter sent out via e-mail once a week to those who subscribe, archived on the Web. It offers Math Forum site tips, highlights new math education sites, and provides suggestions for K-12 teachers and students and pointers to key issues in mathematics and math education.

Forum Web Units and Lessons- http://mathforum.org/web.units.htmlThe Math Forum is committed to being a resource built upon the activity of the teachers, students, and researchers who use it.DREI 1999- http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/drei/1999/Graph Theory and Its Applications to Problems of Society

Presenters: | ||

Judy Ann Brown | judyann@mathforum.org | |

Richard Tchen | richard@mathforum.org | |

Ethel Breuche | breuche@mathforum.org |

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