Welcome to the Math Page. Here you will discover several technology-based math lessons. Enjoy!

Mathematica - Secant and Tangent Lines.

From the curriculum materials page at the Institute for Technology in Mathematics, this grade 12 Calculus lesson uses Mathematica to recognize and work with graphs of secant lines and the two formulas of slope.

Interactive Mathematics Miscellany And Puzzles

Teachers of K-12 math will find this collection of online games and puzzles that take advantage of the latest interactive technology... a fun approach to having students apply deductive reasoning skills and math concepts in various math subjects.

Mathematics: Web-Linked Activities and Lesson Plans For Grades 1-6

Although designed to complement Mcgraw-Hill School Division educational materials, you will find lesson plans in a variety of subjects which can be easily modified to meet your needs.

Solutions of Radical Equations.

From the curriculum materials page at the Institute for Technology in Mathematics, this high school algebra plan has students graph and work with radical functions using the TI-81/82 graphing calculator.

Extreme Values.

From the curriculum materials page at the Institute for Technology in Mathematics, this high school Calculus lesson plan works with such concepts as maxima and minima and extreme values, using the TI- 81/82 graphing calculator.

Parallel Lines

From the curriculum materials page at the Institute for Technology in Mathematics, this high school Algebra lesson plan explores parallel lines and properties of slope using the TI-81/82 graphing calculator.

Three Dimensional Sketching.

From the curriculum materials page at the Institute for Technology in Mathematics, this high school Geometry plan compares perspective and three dimensional sketching, and introduces the concept of vanishing point using the Geometer's Sketchpad.

An Animated Triangle Inequality.

From the curriculum materials page at the Institute for Technology in Mathematics, this Plane Geometry high school lesson plan uses the Geometer's Sketchpad to observe what happens when you manipulate a triangle.

Fixed Area of a Triangle.

From the curriculum materials page at the Institute for Technology in Mathematics, this high school Geometry lesson plan uses the Geometer's Sketchpad to help students discover what happens to the area of a triangle when the base remains the same, but the third vertex is moved.

Visualizing Arithmetic and Geometric Means.

From the curriculum materials page at the Institute for Technology in Mathematics, this high school Algebra lesson plan helps students apply their knowledge of arithmetic and geometric means visually using the Geometer's Sketchpad.

Pythagorean Theorem Investigation.

From the curriculum materials page at the Institute for Technology in Mathematics, this high school Mathematics lesson plan incorporates the use of Geometer's Sketchpad to the learning of the Pythagorean Theorem and related concepts.

Math Lessons

Mathematics teachers from k-12 are invited to search these pages containing individual lesson plans that integrate teaching different math concepts with the use of various technologies: from the web, to computer applications, to math software.

Brain Teasers

From "Link 2 Learn," this primary level lesson has kids work on problem solving and deductive reasoning, applying this to fun puzzles on the web.

Brain Aerobics

From "Link 2 Learn," this intermediate level lesson has students apply reasoning and other critical thinking skills to solving online puzzles.

Math Mutt!

From "Link 2 Learn," this primary level lesson has kids practice addition, then go online to play addition games with an internet puppy.

It's All In Proportion.

From "Link 2 Learn," this middle school lesson is about fractions, percentages and decimals.

Get Into Shape!

From "Link 2 Learn," this middle school lesson reviews basic geometric concepts, with problem solving activities online.

Math Aid

From "Link 2 Learn," this high school lesson introduces students to online algebra and trigonometry tutorials.

Seeing Double! Triple!

From "Link 2 Learn," this h.s. lesson has students go online to learn about and experience stereograms, linking this to geometry.

Flashcards for Kids

This site allows primary students to practice basic math skills. The functions they can practice include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division and range in number size as well as complexity.