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Please find at least one good example on the Web of each item on the list below for the purposes of your work. This should be the beginning of or another contribution toward a list of math resources you are gathering. The goal is threefold:

- to make a list of addresses that you can share with the rest of us;
- to make sure you've seen a representative sampling of Internet resources;
- to set up another round of conversation on what the Internet has to offer math education.
You can make bookmarks when you find good sites, and later we will show you how to add a list of sites from your bookmarks to your web page. Don't just list the first one you find - we want to know what you think is truly valuable.

- Teachers Sharing Math Resources/Ideas (some sort of lesson or resource exchange area)
- Teachers Getting/Giving Support from colleagues (a good discussion group)
- Models of Internet use in the classroom and peer evaluations of resources

- Special Interest groups for educators
- Curriculum support/standards info
- Reform networking

- Professional journals and resources
- Publisher access
- Materials catalogues

- Problems for students
- Projects for students
- Help services for using the Internet

- Student work or web sites on the Internet
- Interesting mathematics (math explained or explored in a set of web pages)
- Lesson Plans

- Coherent paths through web resources on a math topic (someone who has tried to organize a topic)
- Internet resources for a very specific topic
- Collaborations between schools or classes over the Internet

- Reference sources
- Virtual field trips, remote access to unique materials/resources
- Software

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