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View Resource The Geometry Junkyard

The Geometry Junkyard website provides a broad introduction to the specifics of geometry. The site, designed by David Eppstein of UC-Irvine, provides all the basics of geometry for students and teachers alike. Topics range from the mathematics of shapes to fractals and multi-dimensional geometry, to name only a few. Also provided are various lesson plans for different levels of education. The...

View Resource U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development

A volunteer partnership of organizations and individuals in the United States dedicated to education for sustainable development. The partnership's member organizations come from every sector - higher education, K-12, business, non-profits, government, faith communities, and more.

View Resource Intel Education Initiative: Free Teaching Tools and Resources

This site offers free technology, math, science, and language arts resources for K-12 educators with a special emphasis on project-based collaborative student-centered learning. Intel's 21st century teaching and learning resources are designed to facilitate critical thinking skills, and promote fun science learning activities and questions. The site includes online professional development...

View Resource Gallery of Interactive On-Line Geometry

Twelve interactive online geometry programs: WebPisces (compute implicitly defined curves in the plane); Build a Rainbow (a lab that examines a mathematical model of light passing through a water droplet); QuasiTiler (generate Penrose tilings or design your own nonperiodic tilings of the plane); Kali and Kali-Jot (an interactive editor for symmetric patterns of the plane); Cyberview-X (an...

View Resource Earning College Credit in High School

The ATETV project delivers web-based videos to connect students to careers in advanced technology. This episode of ATETV discusses dual enrollment: taking college courses while still in high school. This way, students can gain credit towards their high school diploma and valuable college credits at the same time. This creates career pathways for students who are still in high school, and students...

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