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The Geometry Forum is "An Electronic Community for Lovers of Geometry." An NSFfunded project at Swarthmore College, the Geometry Forum is a great place for geometry and math teachers to locate curriculum ideas,...
Back in 1968, Professor Joe Konhauser at Macalester College started a tradition by creating a math problem for his students every week. Since that time, this longstanding tradition has migrated to the web, and along...
Basic geometry resources are always in demand, and educators and students alike will breathe an easy sigh of relief as they are introduced to this set of resources dedicated to this ancient branch of mathematics....
Educational technologies continue to press onwards and upwards, and screencasts would seem to be one of the latest trends in this area. Screencasts basically combine narration with onscreen writing in order to...
Back in the late 1990s, the Scout Report first reported on this site, which was a collection of useful mathematics resources intended to serve both students interested in collegelevel mathematics and their teachers....

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