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Java applets: an area "workshop," which explains area and division by converting numbers in area units; an architect's toy blocks, with gravity; connecting and programming elementary logic (in the form of pipes with...
A unit that defines the word percent and explains the meaning of the percent symbol, and shows the relation between percentages and their equivalent fractions and decimals, giving a method for converting one form to the...
A discussion of a variety of strategies for math problem solving, with examples of how to use them and why the development of problemsolving skills is important. The unit is accompanied by a kit of materials available...
An introductory review of basic skills and functions, focusing on playing games with numbers, learning logical thinking, and working on exercises that emphasize developing alternate ways of thinking, important precursors...
An idiosyncratic and personal selection of particularly important or particularly intriguing mathematical equations, not all of them complicated. Mathematical Constants; The definition of Pi; The definition of e; A...
Math Central is maintained by the math and education departments at the Canadian University of Regina. Possibly the most valuable section of the site is the Resource Room, which has an impressive database that is...
Located at the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, The Office for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education is primarily interested in creating resources for educators working on these topics. Firsttime...
PBS has developed a number of websites for educators, and their PBS Teachers site has received a number of accolades and high praise from diverse quarters. Firsttime visitors to the site may wish to first use the...
A collection of games and puzzles for math review, this page provides visitors with a number of ways to engage in math topics. There are ten javabased and eleven nonjava flashcard collections on concepts including...
How much can you really learn from one number a day? Quite a bit actually, and this fun feature from the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) may prove to be rather addictive. Posted daily since September 2008, the...

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