Mathster - Online Maths http://www.Mathster.com Online Maths homework, Worksheet generator, Video Assessments, IWB resources - total solution from Primary to A level. Made by Maths teachers from Harrow International School Bangkok.
Math Fair 2014 http://nesloneyflipped.blogspot.com/2014/03/math-fair-2014.html Math Fair 2014
We'll it's official, we just completed our Second Annual Math Fair! I couldn't be more proud. Many of you who have been following me for a while know that I did a Math Fair with my students last year. It has truly been the highlight of my career.
MathCelebrity : Automated Math Tutor & Teacher's Aid http://www.MathCelebrity.com MathCelebrity.com is an automated online math tutor and teacher's aid for parents, teachers, and students where you enter your problem or search term, push a button, and every single line of math work appears on your screen.
MathCelebrity covers all ages and grade levels from Kindergarten through College.
A+ Click Math Problems and Logic Puzzles for Grade K-1 K-12 http://www.aplusclick.com AplusClick collection of math problems, logic puzzles on numbers, geometry, algebra, word problems. Skills assessment for K1 K12. Practice Mathematics!
Singapore Mathematics http://genuinesingaporemaths.blogspot.com/ Singapore Mathematics
A blog about Mathematics and Mathematics Education in Singapore, as well as Mathematics Education in general. Written for students, teachers and fellow educators in Singapore, and around the world.
YAY MATH http://yaymath.org/ YAY MATH was founded by Robert Ahdoot, a full-time high school math teacher and has grown to a movement that empowers student success worldwide.
The YAY MATH video project is a free service dedicated to meeting the growing need for math success in a POSITIVE, LIVELY, and CONFIDENCE BOOSTING way. YAY MATH stands as the only online video lesson series filmed in a live classroom, with real student interaction.
White Group Mathematics http://www.whitegroupmaths.com Resource website by Singaporean maths teacher-caters to high school and early college level math.
David Wees :21st Century Educator http://davidwees.com/content/presentations David Wees .. Mathematics Teacher
"This website I have created is intended to be a place to showcase my portfolio of projects I have been involved in. I also intend to write articles about incorporating technology into teaching which is a major passion of mine.
As website creation is a never-ending process, there may be occasional glitches and problems as transistion my former collection of random stuff I've worked on into a coherent collection."
Mathematics for Teaching http://math4teaching.com/ Mathematics for Teaching
This site is not about making mathematics easy because it isn't. It is about teaching it in a way that it makes sense because it does.
This blog is my small contribution to narrowing the gap between theory and practice in mathematics teaching and learning.
Mathematics for Teaching http://math4teaching.com This blog is my contribution to narrowing the gap between theory and practice in mathematics teaching and learning.
It contains teaching tips based on current reforms in mathematics education and teaching such as teaching mathematics through problem solving (TtPS), developing higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) and mathematical habits of mind, constructivist teaching, scaffolding learning, etc.
dy / dan Blog http://blog.mrmeyer.com/ dy / dan Blog ...
I'm Dan Meyer. I taught high school math between 2004 and 2010.
My specific interests include curriculum design (answering the question, "how we design the ideal learning experience for students?") and teacher education (answering the questions, "how do teachers learn?" and "how do we retain more teachers?" and "how do we teach teachers to teach?").
Uncle Math http://www.unclemath.com Unclemath.com is a free math learning website for kids. It gives the kids the experience of solving problems like solving it on paper.
Math Practice at Mr. Martini's Classroom http://www.thegreatmartinicompany.com/ The flashcards, quick quizzes, and other tools on this page should help students solidify their maths facts. The maths teacher and parent may find many of the maths tools useful for demonstration during their teaching
Math 2.0 Interest Group http://mathfuture.wikispaces.com/events Math 2.0 Interest Group
The Math 2.0 interest group holds weekly events online on Wednesdays around 9:30 pm or Saturdays 2pm Eastern USA time. The goals are to share resources, to collaborate on our projects, and to save mathematics from its current obscurity in social media. From the comfort of your browser, join live conversations and debates with authors, community leaders, and innovators in mathematics education.
Assessing and Teaching k-12 mathematics (Blog) http://keepingmathsimple.wordpress.com Resources and ideas for teaching mathematics via problem solving, teaching for conceptual understanding, assessing understanding of mathematics, and issues in mathematics education and teacher education
I was a high school mathematics teacher for eight years before my current work as mathematics education specialist.
This blog is my contribution to narrowing the gap between theory and practice in mathematics teaching and learning.
Mathtrain http://www.mathtrain.tv Mathtrain.TV is a free educational "kids teaching kids" project from Mr. Marcos & his students at Lincoln Middle School in Santa Monica, CA.
Mathscasting mathcasting STUDENT-CREATED Videos TEACHER-CREATED Videos CAPTIONED Videos Groups podcasts
Rob Eastaway http://www.robeastaway.com/ Rob Eastaway
Rob is an independent lecturer and author whose books on everyday maths include Why do Buses Come in Threes?, Beating the Odds and How Many Socks Make a Pair?. For several years he set puzzles for New Scientist and The Sunday Times, and he is often to be heard on radio talking about the maths of everyday life.