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View Resource No Matter What Shape Your Fractions are In

Created by Cynthia Lanius and published by the Rice University Department of Mathematics, this site presents a number of questions for students to help them visualize and improve their skills with fractions and geometric shapes. Using pattern blocks, students are asked to determine the fraction represented in these ten questions. An answer key is provided on a different page which can be...

View Resource Pizza Math

Students can put fractions into a real-life context by using pizza. Developmental math instructors can use these examples to explain more complex mathematical concepts, or create new activities and homework assignments using the images and examples contained within this website, produced by Rice University.

View Resource I Love Calculus

Rice University provides this website, which is an introduction to key concepts in Calculus, from a high school level to advanced college math. Students can learn about major Calculus subjects and teachers can use the resources on this page to devise lesson plans, activities, assignments, and syllabi for teaching Calculus and related math subjects with real-life applications.

View Resource Geometry Online

Projects that use realtime data available from the Internet, and collaborative projects that use the Internet's potential to reach peers and experts around the world. The site lists currently sponsored projects by level, with an archive of past sponsored projects, each with a brief desciption and links to the National Science Standards and NCTM math standards it supports. Also at http...

View Resource Fun Mathematics Lessons

To the unconverted, the words ?fun? and ?mathematics? might not seem to be words that should be that close together in any one sentence or phrase. Educator and mathematics guru Cynthia Lanius proves any potential naysayers wrong as she offers up over two dozen interesting and engaging math exercises for educators to use in their classrooms on this site. She?s served as a consultant for the Math ...

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