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  • Cornell Theory Center Math and Science Gateway
    Links to resources, including history of mathematics, geometry, fractals, mathematics software and more. Award winning site geared to students and teachers, grades 9-12.
  • Exemplars
    Exemplars offers differentiated, classroom-tested, standards-based assessment tasks and instruction materials. Each task comes with alternatives, rubrics, and student samples.
  • ExploreLearning: Pilot schools invited 09-29-2003
    ExploreLearning is looking for schools to pilot their new site during the development phase.
  • FAMILY MATH II: Achieving Success in Mathematics:
    Interactive activities for families to enjoy while learning mathematics, K-6. Try the ´┐ŻBalloon Ride,´┐Ż K-8.
  • Geometry Step-by-Step From the Land of the Incas
    An eclectic mix of sound, science, and Incan history to interest students in Euclidean geometry. The site includes geometry problems, colorful animated proofs, quizzes, quotations, scientific speculation, and more.
  • Interactive Math Tools (NCTM: Illuminations)
    Java applets are tools used to explore math and create interactive lessons. Games such as a "factor game" and "fraction game" are included.
  • Math Partners: Mathematics mentoring for America's youth
    This site supports math tutors with materials to use with students and facilitators training math tutors K-9, includes Algebra. Materials help tutors determine learning difficulties of children and provide activities to use for skill building and conceptual understanding.
  • MMM Project: Modeling Middle School Mathematics
    Modeling Middle School Mathematics is a professional development program using video lessons and Web-based Internet materials to examine NSF- funded middle school math initiatives: Pathways to Algebra and Geometry (MMAP), Voyager Expanded Learning; Mathematics in Context (MiC), Encyclopedia Britannica; MathScape, Glencoe/McGraw-Hill; Connected Math Project (CMP), Prentice Hall and Math Thematics, McDougal Littell.
  • Selected Web Resources by NCTM
    Use this matrix with mathematical strands and grade bands to search over 1100 carefully reviewed internet resources. These resources will help to improve teaching and learning for all students, and help teachers understand and apply NCTM's Principles and Standards for School Mathematics.
  • Teaching Math Using the Internet, Tim Burnett.
    Use these websites to help develop curricula and materials, to provide enrichment and remediation, and to set up team investigations. Included: basic computation practice, online tutorials, teaching materials and curriculum, lesson plans, handouts, worksheets, professional development, contests and public forums, classroom collaboration with other classrooms on the internet, and sources of real-life data with well designed lessons.
  • TIMMS Resource Kit: Attaining Excellence
    This kit includes official reports of TIMSS, Third International Mathematics and Science Study, mathematics teaching booklets, professional development ideas, a CD Rom on tools for discussion and videotapes of lessons in U.S., Japan and Germany. Useful for assessing student achievement and conducting and using research.