This site proveides many links to Math sites and Math ed sites. Tpoics include general topics, geometry, fractals, history of mathematics, tables, constants, definitions, and softeware.

The Math Archives:

contains informations about software, teaching materials, has links. It has its own search engine.

The Math Forum:

This has many math resources for k-12, College and Advanced Mathematics. It also contains links describing key issues in mathematics and mathematics education.

Secondary Mathematics Assessment and Resource Database:

This site provdes different ways of assessing mathematics in secondary matehamtics.

NCTM's homepage:

Collaborative Lesson Archive

A public lesson archive for grades K-12 maintained at the University of Illinois NCSA. Lessons are intended for distribution to other educators on a nonprofit basis.

Eisenhower National Clearinghouse

Contains an electronic multimedia collection of curriculum materials and programs for K-12 mathematics and science education as well as links to other education sites.

Explorer Home Page

Resources for K-12 Mathematics and Natural Sciences developed jointly by the Great Lake Collaborative and the University of Kansas UNITE group to engage educators and students in creating and using multimedia resources for active learning.

Teachers Helping Teachers

A site for teachers that seeks to provide basic teaching tips to inexperienced teachers; ideas that can be immediately implemented into the classroom; and new ideas in teachingmethodologies for all teachers.

The Hub

A growing collection of educational resources and services for Mathematics, Science, and Technology educators. Operated by TERC on behalf of the Regional Alliance, the Hub houses articles, curriculum, newsletters, projects, reports, and software.

Frank Potter's Science Gems- mathematics

This site has links to many different math and math education pages. They are organized by subject or grade level.

Mathematics Department

this may have many linkd to sites that will help me do this.

Materials Organized by mathematical Topics

This has a good listing of links and has many mathematicla topics

Mathematical Museum and Exhibition

Has interseting links to not only biogapies of mathematicians but also how certain branches of mathematics were developed. It also contains linkd to some visualizations, other museum and expositions, and educational resources. History textis not to detailed.

Mathematics

Has links to educaitonal activities with pi, history of pi, pi project, and pi applications. Could be of use to teachers who are teaching this concept.Developed by school teachers for school teachers.

mactutor History of mathematics

Has a large biographical index of many famous mathemticiansfrom ancient greece to modern day. Discusses famious curves, birthplaces. Organized alphabetically and chronologically. Has chronologies of how the lives of mathematicians overlap Does not have great detail.

Mathematical Museum and Exhibition

Has interseting links to not only biogapies of mathematicians but also how certain branches of mathematics were developed. It also contains linkd to some visualizations, other museum and expositions, and educational resources. History textis not to detailed.

Dr Math

This site provides an area where students can ask questions about mathematics and receive answers.

USDA Economica ans Staitstics system: Data Sets

these data sets may be useful for classroom projects. This site contains data on food, livestock, land and water conservtion and other environmental statistics.

U.S. Census Bureau the office of statistics

A wealth of staitstical information about hte united states. Its search engine may be take some getting used to, but worth the hassle if doing statistics projects.

The puzzle archive.

This site gives several hundred mathematical puzzles categorized by topic.

Mike's Archive of Riddles and Puzzles:

This provides about 100 mathematical puzzles and riddles with solutions.

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