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Patterns in Mathematics is a site useful for both teachers and students. It is part of a project sponsored by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Annenberg Foundation. There are three main sections  logic...
This website, sponsored by Learner.org, illustrates how math is relevant to everyday life. The complex theories taught in classes have very real ramifications in the daily chores of cooking, consuming, decorating, and...
This site focuses on a paper written by David Manura which explores the defining aspects of calculus. Although the focus of Manura?s paper is nonlinear calculus, he provides some useful introductory information on g...
Physics teacher Adam Randall from Los Altos (California) High School, has prepared and placed online his handouts for his physics classes. These handouts are intended for high school students, but would make an...
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...

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