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External Resources

  • Math 30-1
    Mathematics 30-1 & Pre-Calculus 12: Explained, an unofficial online resource aligned to the WNCP curriculum used in Western Canada. Contains workbooks and flash animations to assist instruction.

  • Manga High
    High quality new math games including Intermediate, Middle and High School math games. Free to play online. Teachers can invite and guide students through math curriculum.

  • SeeMath
    Free professional-quality animations of mathematical concepts for middle schools with clear explanations, suitable for the IWB or data-projector.

  • Convergence
    Convergence is an online magazine on the history of mathematics and its use in teaching, published by the Mathematical Association of America.

  • E-GEMS: Electronic Games for Education in Math and Science
    An interdisciplinary team doing research and development on children's interactions with computers, design and use of (educational) computer games and strategies and materials to integrate game-like computer activities with other forms of classroom learning. The project is no longer active, but the page remains interesting.

  • Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (JRME)
    Journal of the NCTM, addressing all levels of math education.

  • TERC
    TERC is an education research and development organization in Cambridge, MA whose mission is to improve mathematics, science and technology teaching and learning.

  • Math in the Malls
    Popularizing mathematics through mall displays with hands-on activities.

  • Math Central
    Math Central is a collection of internet services designed for teachers and students of mathematics at the K-12 level. The Resource Room allows mathematics educators to share resources having to do with math teaching. Submissions are stored in a database that can be browsed by educational level and curriculum strand, or searched by keyword. The Quandaries and Queries area is a large and growing database of questions on all manner of mathematical topics sent in by students and the public, solved and explained by math consultants. It is run by Prof. Harley Weston, who received the CMS Adrien Pouliot Award in 2008.

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