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MathVids

  • MathVids
    From the website: "...every bit of content on MathVids.com is moderated and approved by a certified math teacher, including lessons, web resources, document resources, comments, and reviews.

    We pride ourselves on being math content experts. Therefore, you can trust the accuracy of all content."

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Edutopia Common Core Math: Best Resources for High School Educators

MathBits.com

  • MathBits.com
    From the website: "MathBits.com is devoted to offering fun, yet challenging, lessons and activities in secondary (and college level) mathematics and computer programming for students and teachers. Created by two mathematics teachers."

    Find instructions on how to use your graphing calculator, free downloadable graph paper, and movie clips with worksheets of mathematical problems based on the clip.

Visual Calculus

  • Visual Calculus
    From the website: "Originally, this collection was designed for instructors to give some ideas how technology, in particular, computers, can be used in the teaching of calculus.

    Detailed instructions on implementing these ideas with various public domain, shareware and commercial software packages are provided. The collection has been expanded to include tutorials, interactive modules (LiveMath, Java, and Javascript) which can be used by either students or faculty and includes detailed instructions for TI-85 and TI-86 graphing calculators.

    As an additional aid for students, modules containing quizzes and drill problems have also been added."

Daily Lesson Plan--New York Times

  • Daily Lesson Plan--New York Times
    Find lesson plans for middle and secondary school students in topics dealing with real life: foreign exchange rates, taxation, surveys and polls, dice gambling, and more.
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