Math Forum @ Drexel: A Portal to Mathematics on the InternetA Guided Tour for Notre Dame High School Teachers
Friday, March 14, 2003 The Math Forum Home Page - http://mathforum.org/
The Math Forum @ Drexel is an online community of teachers, students, researchers, parents, educators, and citizens at all levels who have an interest in mathematics and math education. The Math Forum has been consistently recognized as the leader in its field, and continues to provide high quality content and useful features, attracting about 4 million pageviews each month. Problems of the Week -
http://mathforum.org/pow/
Internet Mathematics Library -
http://mathforum.org/library/
The Math Forum continues to collect, organize, catalog and annotate math-related web sites from diverse sources in the Internet Mathematics Library. You can search or browse through over 7,000 items in the collection, organized under the headings of Mathematics Topics, Resource Types, Mathematics Education Topics or Educational Level. "Drilling down" from a heading takes you to a set of subcategories, selected sites, and all sites in the category. Ask Dr. Math - http://mathforum.org/dr.math/
Ask Dr. Math is an ask-an-expert service in which anyone can pose a math question at any level. A cadre of volunteer 'doctors' select and respond to problems of interest. In addition to a searchable archive of over 5,000 questions and answers, there is: MathTools - http://mathforum.org/mathtools/
Teacher2Teacher - http://mathforum.org/t2t/
Math Forum Searches -
http://mathforum.org/grepform.html
Teacher Exchange -
http://mathforum.org/te/
The Math Forum is committed to building upon the activity of the teachers, students, and researchers who use it. The Forum provides a platform and the opportunity to share excellent resources and materials with colleagues world wide. Math Forum Internet Newsletter -
http://mathforum.org/electronic.newsletter/
Our electronic newsletter is sent out via e-mail once a week to those who subscribe, and is archived on our site. It offers tips about what we have at the Math Forum and how to find it, notes about new items on the site or on the Internet, questions and answers from services like Ask Dr. Math or the Problems of the Week, suggestions for K-12 teachers and students, and pointers to key issues in mathematics and math education. Discussion Groups &
Projects - http://mathforum.org/discussions/
The Math Forum's discussion archive include many mathematics and math education-related newsgroups, mailing lists, and Web-based discussions, such as the pow-teach discussion mentioned above, as well as math-teach, numeracy, geometry-pre-college, k12.ed.math, sci.math, etc. Join Us As a Contributor - http://mathforum.org/join.forum.html/
There are many ways to contribute to the Math Forum community. Beyond using the various services we provide, many people subscribe to the newsletter, participate in T2T and other discussions, and make suggestions, such as alerting us to other good materials and websites they have discovered. Others find satisfaction in sharing their content as web units or lessons, or showcasing their students' work. Many people volunteer their time and efforts to respond to T2T or Ask Dr. Math questions, while others act as mentors for one of the Problems of the Week. Annie Fetter [
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