Math Links for Teachers and Students (updated June
- NY Times column on the shortage of
- WebMath for that needed
- New York State High School Regents
Exam Prep Center The goal of this nonprofit site is to help high
school students meet the New York State Regents requirements in English, mathematics,
Science, and Social Studies. This project is supported by a federally-funded
Title III Technology Literacy Challenge Grant.
- Math Archives from
the University of Tennessee at Knoxville is a fairly comprehensive searchable
dtatbase of all kinds of mathematics.
- This is the review
of Algebra in 10 lessons written in TeX and converted to the Adobe Portable
Document Format (PDF). Features include verbose discussion of topics, typeset
quality mathematics, user interactivity in the form of multiple choice quizzes,
in-line examples and exercises with complete solutions, and pop-up graphics.
This is courtesy of the University of Akron
- Algebra Wizard is like
having a personal tutor. It's the friendliest guide to the scariest subject.
- An affordable graphic calculator
for your computer. This is not a sales pitch nor an endorsement, just a not
on availability. It does offer student discounts and on-line demos. Check
An online source for assistance with basic algebra
is a mathematically correct solution" Evidence that there
is a solid basis for rejecting a lot of the new reforms in math education
excellent trig java applets are available here courtesy of International
Education Software from Japan. This site is for all students, teachers, and
reseachers interested in mathematics. IES inc. was established by people involved
in mathematics education. We deal with research, development, import, and
sales of software for mathematics education. As well as creating our own software,
we are also offering information from all over the world.
- The Glossary of Mathematical Mistakes
by Paul Cox
- Flashcards for Kids Actually,
everybody could profit from using this site.
is a Java Software Simulation offering Straightedge and Compass Constructions
in both the Poincaré Disk and the Upper Half-Plane Models of Hyperbolic
Geometry (a geometry of Einstein's General Relativity Theory and Curved Hyperspace)
for use in High School and Undergraduate Education.
- Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics
is an excellent resource hosted by Wolfram, the makers of Mathematica. Speaking
of that, if you do not have Mathematica, but would like to be able to at least
read and see Mathematica files, get MathReader from Wolfram here.
- Think Quest
Mathematics, Science, and Statistics Education Author: Erich Neuwirth
- Here are a couple photos I took at the 1999 annual AMTNYS conference.
Jaime Escalante was the opening night speaker. Click on either photo for a
the Education Department courtsey of Alan Krueger, Ph. D.
related site sponsored by the NCTM.
MacTutor History of Math Archives
The Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State
- Karl's Calculus Tutor (A
good calculus tutorial link with ideas for teachers and extra help for students)
- The Math Forum
- Sites I have
collected on the relation between Mathematics and Art
- If you are in need of assistance dealing
with arithmetic, check here.
- I thought the Encyclopedia Britannica was
now free, but not according to this.
- Education World is a good
place to find things about school in general.
This A Nov. 7. 1999 book review from The New York Times
- The Interactive Mathematics Program
from Key Curriculum Press
- The Abacus: Index
the art of calculating with beads
- More on the Abacus from
Tomoe Soroban Co., Ltd, a Japanese company
- Carnegie Learning
- College Preparatory Mathematics CPM is
a non-profit corporation dedicated to teaching more students more mathematics
by providing improved secondary curricula and teacher support.
- Connected Mathematics Project from
Michigan State University
College Board home of Advanced Placement Calculus
- SOS Mathematics is your
free resource for math review material from Algebra to Differential Equations!
The perfect study site for high school, college students and adult learners.
Get help to do your homework, refresh your memory, prepare for a test.
- Calculus @Internet
- The NAME Project:
some good trig info here
- PRIME is a public encyclopedia,
which means that it is provided free of charge as a service to the community
of mathematics students, educators, and researchers. More importantly, it
means that this community creates and builds PRIME through contributions of
entries and articles.
- Thursday's Classroom The
aim of Thursday's Classroom is to provide a lasting connection between NASA's
latest research and the classroom environment.
Higher School Certificate (HSC) exam papers 1995-2000 Quite interesting