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Algebra
Assessment
Calculus
Competition
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Elementary and Middle School
Geometry
Help
History
Humor
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Measure
Money
Multiple Math Links
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Professional Development
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Statistics
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Algebra
  • Algebra 1: Graphing Linear Equations
    This site is a free, three-week, online course designed to make learning linear equations fun.

  • Algebra 4 All
    The Algebra 4 All (A4A) Social Network is an online community of educators committed to sharing resources and supporting one another in the practice of teaching Algebra. The Network was created by Michigan Virtual University (MVU) to support teachers involved in the state-wide Algebra for All professional development project. The A4A Social Network is now public, has a world-wide membership, and remains a relevant and viable resource for any mathematics educator.

  • AlgebraComplete
    is a free online tutorial video serires that includes over 30 full algebra lessons for students and teachers.

  • Algebrahelp.com
    features lessons, calculators, and worksheets for students and teachers of algebra. All resources accessible free of charge and without registration.

  • Algebra Visulalization Tools helps students learn visually how changing the parameters in equations affects the graphs of the equations.

  • Algebra Worksheets

  • AOL’s Algebra 1 Review is a free online tutorial that offers Algebra 1 concepts to English- and Spanish-speaking students in a test-like format.

  • Cut-the-Knot
    features descriptions for every algebra topic and offers students the opportunity to practice their skills through intriguing puzzles and games.

  • GeoGebra
    provides the opportunity to explore a wide variety of algebraic and geometric concepts through hands-on manipulation of graphs, tables, formulas, and shapes.

  • Kuta Software
    Infinite Algebra I customized worksheets. Unlimited questions. Multiple version printing. Automatic spacing. Multiple choice/free response. Free trial!

  • Math is Fun

  • Math Tests
    Teachers can use the "Make Random Mathematics Tests" option to generate a practice worksheet of skills problems, including an option to show the solutions. The problems are appropriate for first grade through algebra 2.

  • Mathbits
    offers fun and challenging lessons and activities for students in high, including resources in algebra, geometry, and statistics, and materials to use with computer programs, such as Java and the Geometer's Sketchpad.

  • National Curve Bank
    is a resource for students of mathematics and is published by the Departments of Mathematics and Computer Science at California State University, Los Angeles. The goal of the site is to provide features, e.g. animation and interaction, to different mathematical representations that a printed page cannot offer. The inclusion of geometrical, algebraic, and historical aspects of curves further enriches this ste. It is a great site to reference for student research projects or for mathematics clubs.

  • One Mathematical Cat, Please!
    offers a complete online Algebra I curriculum. Teachers have access to over 150 Web exercises with printable worksheets and solutions.

  • Power-Algebra.com
    Find resources for algebra 1 courses to help students who struggle with understanding algebra and need help from Power-Algebra.com. With a visual approach to algebra that is unmatched, we provide engaging algebra instruction & resources for students.

  • Purplemath
    features algebra lessons, homework guidelines, and a study-skills self-survey for algebra students at all levels.

  • Teacher's Domain
    is a digital library of free media resources for K-12 teachers hosted by WGBH Education Foundation, Boston’s Public Broadcasting Station (PBS). Resources correlate to state and national standards and are produced by PBS.

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Calculus
  • AP Calculus on the Web
    This site posts a problem of the week during the academic school year and maintains an archive of previous problems and solutions.

  • Calculus Refresher for Math Teachers
    Graduate courses for secondary school teachers who wish to refresh their calculus skills and gain experience with the reform movement in calculus.

  • Finite Mathematics and Applied Calculus Page
    Hofstra University's site offers an interactive tutorial on the new AP calculus syllabus, along with real-world explanations and examples.

  • GeoGebra
    a free and dynamic mathematics software, integrates geometry, algebra, and calculus. Students can create geometric constructions with points, vecotrs, segments, lines and functions, and also work with variables and derivatives.

  • MasterMathMentor
    offers a database of applets that provide teachers with web based resources, numerous project ideas, and other resources for claculus and AP Statistics. Sections for precalculus and probability are under construction.

  • Visual Calculus
    is a collection of odules that can be used in the studying and teaching of calculus.

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Educational Companies
  • Affordable Colleges Online
    Find online degree programs and get an inside view of the online higher educational path.

  • AIMS Education Foundation
    AIMS offer a real-world approach to learning math and science. See this site for publications, state-specific staff workshops, and hands-on materials.

  • Boxer Learning
    One of the most comprehensive math learning environments on the Internet. Discover the excitement. It's happening in 1400 schools across the nation!

  • Computer Curriculum Corporation

  • CueThink
    Empowering learners to see problem solving challenges as opportunities. Products include an innovative iPad application to improve critical thinking skills and math communication. Grades 4-12.

  • Education Week on the Web

  • Everyday Learning
    Find out how to get results that count with research-based grades K-6 mathematics curriculum.

  • HandyGraph
    Software to creste custom graphs of functions, points, and inequalities. Include graphs in your tests and web pages easily. Free 30-day trial.

  • Holt, Rinehart, and Winston
    We listen to math teachers. Check out the new Holt, Rinehart and Winston Mathematics and discover how good our listening skills are.

  • HP Educator Program
    Check out our online workshops, free classroom materials, and the opportunity to evaluate and earn credits toward the purchase of HP calculators.

  • Key Curriculum Press

  • Khan Academy
    With a library of over 3,000 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and 311 practice exercises, we're on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.

  • Global Schoolhouse

  • Knowledge Loom
    Where math, art, and fun come together to spark creative learning! A store, gallery, and resources for tessellations, polyhedra, Escher, and more.

  • Learning Company (materials)

  • Masters in Education
    A web site solely for masters in education students.

  • MathType by Design Science
    New MathType 4 for Windows-Creating mathematical notation for word processing and Web pages just got easier. Drop by our site for the details.

  • McGraw-Hill School Division

  • Renaissance Learning
    Acclerated Math® Software produces a math assignment personalized for every student. Visit our site for a free CD_ROM demo/

  • Riverdeep
    Visit our site and out Destination Math-Web-based and interactive CD-ROM solutions for K through 12 mathematics learning.

  • School.Net Educational Online Sources

  • Scholastic's Homepage

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Elementary and Middle School
  • AllMath
    This free site for elementary and middle school students covers various measurement topics and features a metric conversion tool.

  • Aunty Math
    This site is an interactive web site that encourages K-5 students to submit answers and solution strategies that help solve mathematics challenges.

  • BarcodesInc
    A Mobile Math List: Games for Elementary Students

  • Brain Teasers
    Each week a problem is posted to help students build problem-solving skills in grades 3-8.

  • CoolMath4Kids.com
    This interactive site provides games, puzzles, online calculators, and more for everyone's learnng adventure.

  • DigitalLesson.com
    DigitalLesson.com provides many free math resources for middle school teachers including printable math games, a Geometry PowerPoint game (jeopardy-style), and our Middle School Math Teachers newsletter.  We also offer downloads of exciting math projects and lessons.

  • Fact Monster
    This site provides mathematics reference materials, fun facts and features, study tips, and individualized homework help for students.

  • Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Section
    This site contains materails on Fobonacci numbers and related concepts with a variety of images and animations, examples, applications in nature, mathematical explanations, and puzzle pages.

  • Fourth-Fifth Grade Scope and Sequence

  • Fun Math Lessons

  • Funschool.com
    provides interactive games for students to learn math, spelling, phonics, and history. The site is organized by grade level and subject matter.

  • Gamequarium
    offers math resources for kindergarten through grade 8, including interactive mathematics games, virtual manipulatives, online calculators, and graphing tools.

  • How To Count Money and Make Change Quickly
    It's embarrassing when employees can't count back exact change on their own!

  • KidsMath.com
    This site has interactives games to practice mathematics skills in English, Chinese, or Spanish.

  • Investigating Patterns: Symmetry and Tessellations

  • K5 Learning
    Math worksheets for grades 1-6, extensive and very organized; addition and subtraction worksheets for preschool and kindergarten; printing and counting numbers worksheets; simple math worksheets; decimals and fraction worksheets; over 25 multimedia math lessons

  • Leon the Chameleon
    For ages 2-12, Leon the Chameleon movies give students practice in basic computation as they use addition and subtraction to guide Leon through his adventures. Go to the page and select Math.

  • Math at Home
    This site offers activities to help parents engage children ages 5-11 in arithmetic, estimation, measurement, problem solving, and other mathematics activities.

  • Math Buddy
    Math Buddy contains over 600 interactive activities to make learning a lot of fun for kids. In addition to activities, we publish 2 interactive practice worksheets every week and there are assessment modules. There is also a free feature called Math Buddy Question of the Day, where we publish one free question for grades 2 to 5 every day. Anyone can sign up for free to get the questions delivered to his/her email box.

  • Math Cats
    This page is a collection of math games, quizzes, interactive projects, and more for elementary school students.

  • Math Playground
    is a fun and action packed web site for students in elementary and middle grades with interactive math worksheets, facts, games, and quizzes.

  • MATHCOUNTS Problem of the Week
    This archive offers new mathematics problems each week that are appropriate for middle school students.

  • MathFROG
    This site is filled with funmathematics resources and online games. It contains a series of free self-contained mathematics lessons for grades 4, 5, and 6.

  • MathMastery
    This site offers students, teachers, and parents online courses, daily mathematics problems, games, tips for learning at home, and classroom experiences designed to improve mathematics skills and increase understanding of mathematics concepts.

  • Maths Dictionary for Kids
    is an interactive math dictionary that provides K-6 students with clear and concise definitions of unfamiliar math terms.

  • Math Tests
    Teachers can use the "Make Random Mathematics Tests" option to generate a practice worksheet of skills problems, including an option to show the solutions. The problems are appropriate for first grade through algebra 2.

  • Math Playground
    This site features mathematics facts, creative games, worksheets, and quizzes for students in preK-6.

  • Maths File Game Show
    This show uses animated games to teach topics in number, data handling, algebra, and shape, space, and measurement. The site includes printable worksheets and information for teachers about the topics.

  • Mathstories.com
    This site has over 8,000 interactive mathematics word problems for elementary and middle school children to help improve their problem-solving and critical-thinking skills.

  • MiddleWeb
    offers a wealth of resources for schools, districts, educators, parents, and public school advocates working to raise achievement for all students in middle grades.

  • Mighty M&M Math Experiment

  • Mike's Math Club
    is a curriculum enrichment program that shows elementary school students how math can be useful and entertaining. Math games demonstrate how logic and reasoning can help students create strategies and solve problems.

  • NASA Kids' Club
    offers games and activities that are designed to teach science, technology, engineering, and mathematical concepts to students in kindergarten through grade 4.

  • Ohio Math Works
    uses interactive multimedia to show grades 7-9 students how industry professionals use mathematics in their careers.

  • PBS Parents Guide to Early Math
    is an online math coach for parents who are looking for ways to nurture the development of their child's early mathematics skills.

  • Pi Mathematics: Activities and Resources for Grades 5-8

  • Project Interactive
    creates, collects, evaluates, and disseminates interactive Java-based software that helps elementary and middle grade students explore science and mathematics.

  • Sixth-Seventh Grade Scope and Sequence

  • Smartkiddies
    a free and complete primary mathematics learning program, includes a variety of interactive tasks to assist children to develop skills in mathematics.

  • Superkids
    is a free online resource for teachers or parents to create math worksheets on topics including addition, exponents, and telling time.

  • The Technology Lab
    offers mathematics lessons and activities for middle school students.

  • T.H.E. Institute: math-ed-ology

  • The World of Trotter Math
    This site offers lessons, games, and classroom activities that help teach various elementary and middle school mathematical topics.

  • Totally Tessellated

  • Video Showcase
    This site is a feature of the Show-Me Center web site. It offers videos and transcripts of lessons taught by middle school classroom teachers enabling you to observe other teachers as they implement standards-based curricula.

  • Visual Math Learning
    is an interactive multimedia tutorial for students in pre-algebra level courses.

  • 100th Day of School Celebration

  • Visual Fractions
    is a collection of activities that use pie charts, number lines, and other graphics to illustrate fraction operations.

  • 100th Day of School Celebration

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Geometry
  • Fractac Modeling Tools Curriculum Resources
    is an interactive web site for exploring various fractal patterns.

  • GeoGebra
    provides the opportunity to explore a wide variety of algebraic and geometric concepts through hands-on manipulation of graphs, tables, formulas, and shapes.

  • Geometry from the Land of the Incas
    This site offers geometry problems, quizzes, quotations, and scientific speculation to interest students in Euclidean geometry.

  • History of Geometry
    showcases important historical developments in geometry beginning with the Egyptians and ending with fractals.

  • Investigating Patterns: Symmetry and Tessellations
    This site offers 30 classroom activities that explore symmetry applications in many areas.

  • Math is Fun

  • Math Open Reference
    is a free Web-based high school geometry textbook that incorporates student learning with interactive tools and animations.

  • Mathbits
    offers fun and challenging lessons and activities for students in high, including resources in algebra, geometry, and statistics, and materials to use with computer programs, such as Java and the Geometer's Sketchpad.

  • National Curve Bank
    is a resource for students of mathematics and is published by the Departments of Mathematics and Computer Science at California State University, Los Angeles. The goal of the site is to provide features, e.g. animation and interaction, to different mathematical representations that a printed page cannot offer. The inclusion of geometrical, algebraic, and historical aspects of curves further enriches this ste. It is a great site to reference for student research projects or for mathematics clubs.

  • Open Problems
    This site is a list of links to solved and unsolved problems, mostly in geometry.

  • Picture This
    At this site, students can solve tangram puzzle designs or submit their own for others to solve.

  • Snowflakes and Stars
    provides graphic images of snowflakes with paper folding instructions to help students understand patterns and symmetry.

  • Teacher's Domain
    is a digital library of free media resources for K-12 teachers hosted by WGBH Education Foundation, Boston’s Public Broadcasting Station (PBS). Resources correlate to state and national standards and are produced by PBS.

  • Theorem of the Day
    offers a different theorem (or lemma, law, formula, or identity) every day.

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Help
  • Ask Me Help Desk
    an online expert community where you can ask questions in any topic and have them answered for free by experts.

  • Chegg

  • Davidson Tutoring

  • MyTownTutors
    where teachers connect with local students and earn great part-time pay and parents find great local teachers to work with their child one-on-one.

  • PATH (Pupils Ask Teachers Help)
    provides an interactive live help room, parent support group, research desk, and knowledge bank to help students with their homework and enrich the classroom experience.

  • Study Guide Zone

  • Study Tips

  • Teachade
    is an interactive meeting place where pre-K-12 teachers and educators can discuss issues relevant to teaching, share ideas and curricula, access resources that support their professional development, form collabaorative groups, participate in curriculum authoring, affect commercial curriculum, and make new friends to reduce teacher isolation. Teachade is a free resource to pre-K-12 educators, college professors, and preservice an in-service teachers.

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Lesson Plans
  • Award Winning Lesson Plans

  • Create For Mississippi
    is a virtual community for teachers to share ideas, resources, and best practices in technology and includes over 200 technology-infused lesson plans.

  • Doing What Works
    a web site of the Department of Education, offers new features to help educators locate materials aabout effective teaching practices.

  • Galeschools.com
    This site offers teaching tools such as lesson plans, activities, and resources to complement teaching methods implemented in the classroom.

  • Gateway to Education Materials Portal
    Enables visitors to search more than 30,000 lesson ideas, learning activities, and instructional materials found on hundreds of federal, state, university, nonprofit, and commercial web sites.

  • Illuminations
    NCTM's Illuminations site provides lesson plans and resources to support high quality mathematics education for all students.

  • Interactive Mathematics
    provides free, online math explanations and examples ranging in topics from basic algebra to advanced calculus.

  • Lesson Plans Page
    Find over 2.500 free lesson plans. This site offers lesson plans that match your search criteria by subject matter.

  • Math Worksheets World
    is home to over 12,000 K-12 math worksheets, lessons, math worksheet makers, homework, and quizzes. We also offer a free lesson for every topic in our math topic index.

  • Ohio Math Works
    is a project designed to help teachers prepare students for today's job market by giving students a reason to study the mathematics that they will need in the world beyond school. The site was developed collaboratively by a group of television and business partners. It contains video clips, student activitites, and links to other resources for students and teachers alike. Students can examine the mathematics used in five major areas: theme parks, snacks, fashion, weather, and newspapers. Teachers will find a wealth of engaging material for classroom use.

  • PBS TeacherSource
    This site offers grades pre-K-12 lesson plans and teachers guides, plus online activities for students, that are correlated with national and state curriculum standards.

  • Problem of the Week
    offers challenging problems for elementary, middle school, high school, and advanced mathematics students.

  • Science and Mathematics Initiative for Learning Enhancement (SMILE)
    offers challenging problems for elementary, middle school, high school, and advanced mathematics students.

  • Teacher's Desk
    This site posts lesson plans and other educational material submitted by educators.

  • 1999 Toshiba/NSTA Laptop Learning Challenge
    This site contains 20 innovative, downloadable lesson plans for grades K-12 that incorporate mathematics, science, and laptop computer technology.

  • TeachNet
    This site offers web-based curriculum units for teachers, as well a access to techinical specialists, grant information, and a supportive network to develop teaching skills.

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Miscellaneous Sites
  • About.com's Guide to Mathematics
    This site links to current articles and sites about many different mathematical concepts.

  • The Broad Foundation
    Working to ensure that every student in an urban public school has the opportunity to succeed

  • Custom Class Notes Calendar Generator
    Post classroom notes and customize calendars free of charge.

  • Eisenhower National Clearinghouse

  • Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC)
    aims to increase enjoyment, confidence, and ability in mathematics and computer science among students and teachers in Canada and internationally.

  • Copernicus Education Gateway
    This site is a network of grades K-12 education "communities" and resources for teachers, students, and families.

  • ON-Math--Online Journal of School Mathematics
    NCTM's online journal, presents articles and interactive activities for mathematics educators who teach students in all grades.

  • Manipula Math with Java
    This site is maintained by International Educational Software of Japan. Applets are designed to allow students to explore middle school, high school, and college topics.

  • Math Worksheets World
    Over 12,000 K-12 math worksheets, lesson, homework, and quizzes

  • MathModels
    a free modeling forum, provides mathematics educators with problems from a modeling database to enrich their classroom. It also gives students the opportunity to work with their peers or other students from around the world on challenging modeling problems.

  • Math-Teacher.com
    Math teachers at all levels.

  • Patterns in Mathematics
    This site, Teachers' Lab of the Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project, gives teachers an in-depth understanding of patterns and how to use them in the classroom.

  • Random
    How computers generate random numbers

  • Study Web
    This site is where students can get homework help.

  • Teachers-Teachers.com
    This site is a free academic placement service that helps teachers find jobs nationwide.

  • Wolfram Research
    This site can be used as a mathematics encyclopedia.

  • The Zoom Web site
    This site has directions for activities in mathematics, science, and other subjects, a page for posting individual results from the activities, and links to resources for parents and educators.

  • Science@NASA
    This site features the latest news in science. "Thursday's Classroom" provides new lesson plans and activities based on a current headline story and connects NASA's latest research and to the classroom. Past topics include four facts about Christmas in space, the Red Planet in 3D, and much ado about Pluto.

  • The Gnarly Gnews
    This site is published bimonthly and presents middle school mathematics concepts and activities in a humorous, newspaper-story format.

  • The Captioned Media Program
    This site is a free captioned-media loan service run by the Association of the Deaf. It has more than 4000 open-captioned videos available, including many on mathematics as well as downloadable lesson guides.

  • Mathnstuff
    This site offers mathematical puzzles, games, a dictionary of algebra and arithmetic, teachers' resources, and other materials.

  • AMS-SIAM Mathematics Careers Bulletin Board
    This site informs students about nonacademic career choices in the mathematical sciences.

  • Free Worksheets
    This site offers more than 5000 blank worksheets for use in many elementary and middle school subject areas.

  • Henri Picciotto's Mathematics Education Page
    This site offers articles and worksheets that emphasize using manipulatives and technological tools in secondary school mathematics.

  • The Knowledge Loom
    This site is a searchable database of promising, research-based teaching practices.

  • Color MathPink
    This site is designed to help improve girls' mathematics achievement and offers tutoring connections and opportunities, online mathematics discussions, and more.

  • Survival Guide for New Teacher
    This site is a collection of tips, from winners of the Sallie Mae First Class Teacher Award, on working with veteran teachers, parents, and other educators in one's first year of in-service teaching.

  • The High School Student's Guide to Programming the TI-86 Graphics Calculator
    This site offers calculator programming lessons and projects in algebra, trigonometry, and calculus that are designed to be fun and informative.

  • The Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education
    This site helps students and educators connect with others worldwide to learn about mathematics, science, and technology.

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Multiple Math Links
  • Mathematics Archives

  • Math Forum
    This site provides resources, materials, activities, person-to-person interactions, and educational products and services that enrich and support teaching and learning in today's increasingly technological world.

  • Math Forum Internet Resource Collection (Swarthmore College)
    This site links to many interesting sites. It contains an engine that can search the collection of materials. These materials include tutorials, Java applets, data sets, and an ask-the-expert service.

  • Platonic Realms
    This site provides daily mathematical quotations, descriptions of important moments in mathematics, mathematical challenges, mathematical humor, and links to other resources. In particular, a link to a mathematical encyclopedia allows users to browse a variety of mathematical topics. Simply enter the first six letters of the mathematical topic that interests you, press enter, and you will arrive at a web page that displays your topic and others, listed alphabetically. Each entry in the encyclopedia provides a description of the topic, relevant definitions, and links to other related topics.

  • Problem of the Week Homepage
    lists links to "Problem of the Week" sites at all academic levels and includes a site rating system.

  • Sites for Teachers
    This site lists, links to, and ranks educational Web sites on the basis of their popularity with teachers.

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Professional Development
  • All Education Schools
    is a free comprehensive database of education programs that enables you to search for everything from bachelor's to doctoral degrees in over 50 education-related concentrations.

  • Best Evidence Encyclopedia
    provides reviews of educational programs for teachers, principals, and administrators.

  • Census in Schools
    This site promotes data literacy and increases awareness of Census Bureau products and activities by providing educators with teaching tools, resource materials, workshops, and other professional development opportunities.

  • CESAME

  • COMPASS

  • Conference-Service.com
    provides a directory of upcoming meetings in science and mathematics.

  • CoolMath4Teachers
    provides lesson plans and ideas for teaching math skills, as well as a mentor program for new math teachers and information about professional development opportunities.

  • Converse College
    Online/Distance Education Courses-eight graduate-level mathematics ocntent courses designed for teachers. Each awards three semester hours of credit.

  • Education Online Search
    is a free college and career education portal, to help you learn about careers and the schools offering education and degrees for the fields you choose.

  • Education Place's Math Center
    provides links to onlineresources for pre-K through grade 8 teachers, including professional develolpment, textbook support, math activities, and brain teasers.

  • Fostering Positive Learning Envioronments
    is a list of resources that address issues such as dealing with new students, starting the year off right, and more.

  • Fresno Pacific University
    This site offers exciting, practical professional development courses in mathematics.

  • Intermath
    This site gives information on a collaborative professional development effort for mathematics teachers sponsored by the University of Georgia, Georgia Institute of Technology, and regional education centers in Georgia.

  • K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Center

  • Math-jobs.com
    provides free online course materials from all 1,800 of MIT's courses and includes syllabi, lecture notes, videos, exams, and assignments. Mathematics courses range from algebra to calculus to statistics, and more.

  • MIT Open Courseware
    This site lists available positions in mathematics and mathematics education worldwide.

  • My Teaching Degree
    Guidebook Series: Continuing Education; Guidebook Series: Education Technology Tools Guide; Getting your Masters in Education; Comprehensive scholarship information at the undergraduate & grad level

  • NASA Explorer Schools
    Teams from a school or district will apply to become a NASA Explorer School and enter into a unique three-year partnership with NASA to bring exciting opportunities to educators, students, and families.

  • National Association of Independent Schools Online Career Center
    This site is free for job seekiers, lists jobs at independent schools across the country, and has dozens of career resources.

  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
    The NCTM Professional Development web page now offers easy access to career building events, resources, and services.

  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Affiliate Conferences
    A listing of NCTM affiliate conferences.

  • ProfessionalTeacher.com
    This free site is designed to simplify the license renewal process for and support the professional development efforts of K-12 teachers.

  • Reflections
    an NCTM professional develoopment resource, features classroom videos that enable teachers to analyze and reflect on instructional practices. It also includes lessons and questions to guide teachers' reflection.

  • Show-Me-Center

  • South Carolina State University
    This site offers graduate courses in Mathematics, Precalculus, Calculus, and Statistics. The courses are delivered using videotapes and the Internet.

  • Teach.com
    serves prospective teachers, as well as current teachers looking to learn more, with a wide variety of motivational and informational resources that show how to become a teacher anywhere in the U.S.

  • Teachade
    is an interactive meeting place where pre-K-12 teachers and educators can discuss issues relevant to teaching, share ideas and curricula, access resources that support their professional development, form collabaorative groups, participate in curriculum authoring, affect commercial curriculum, and make new friends to reduce teacher isolation. Teachade is a free resource to pre-K-12 educators, college professors, and preservice an in-service teachers.

  • Texas Instruments Online Professional Development
    offers free professional development courses for mathematics educators to enhance teaching and learning through the use of handheld technology. Graduate courses and continuing education credit courses are also available.

  • Western Governors University
    Flexible and affordable online degrees in math educaiton for K-6, 5-9, or 5-12. NCLB compliant. NCATE accredited.

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Puzzles and Games
  • Activities Integrating Mathematics and Science (AIMS)
    This site is offers activities and puzzles that entertain while helping to develop students' problem-solving abilities. The site also offers information about how activities meet state and national standards.

  • Archimedes' Laboratory
    This site, named after the famous mathematician, is an educational aid filled with puzzles, optical illusions, and instructions for making your own puzzles. It is available in English, French, and Italian.

  • Classroom Expernomics
    This site is is a teaching tool that demonstrates funcamental micro and macroeconomic concepts. Games are organized according to subject matter, objectives, class size, and game variations.

  • Erich's Puzzle Palace
    Students, as well as teachers, can try their hands at logic puzzles, number and equation puzzles, weight puzzles, mazes, and much more.

  • Funschool.com
    This site is a collection of free, educational games for students from preschool through grade 6.

  • Lure of the Labyrinth
    Scot Osterweil and his team at MIT's Education Arcade are the folks who designed Lure of the Labyrinth, a game introduced at the ATMIM Spring Conference 2009.

  • Math Is Fun
    an education and fun approach to mathematics, provides games, puzzles, and online activities. Topics include algebra, geometry, measurement, and money.

  • Math Nook
    has free online math games that target a variety of skills as well as teaching tools and other fun and educational material.

  • Nick's Mathematical Puzzles
    This site is a collection of free, educational games for students from preschool through grade 6.

  • Patterns and Functions
    This site has magic squares, magic stars, and other assorted number pattern puzzles. You can download an Excel worksheet that contains magic square testers for Order 3 through Order 16 squares.

  • Patterns and Functions
    This site has links to several clever interactive magic squares as well as java applets for creating magic squares.

  • Puzzlemaker
    is a puzzle-generation tool for teachers, students, and parents. This site allows you to create customized word searches and crossword or mathematics puzzles using your own word list.

  • Spacetime Arcade
    offers free mathematics and puzzle games. Users can play games or download them to a computer. New games are added weekly.

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Resource Databases
  • About.com's Guide to Mathematics
    This site links to current articles and sites about many different mathematical concepts.

  • Blogged
    posts recently rated math blogs ranging in subject from games and resources to philosophy and theory.

  • Calculators Online Center

  • Census in Schools
    This site promotes data literacy and increases awareness of Census Bureau products and activities by providing educators with teaching tools, resource materials, workshops, and other professional development opportunities.

  • Census Bureau
    This section presents data primarily concerning formal education as a whole, at various levels, and for public and private schools. Data shown relate to the school-age population and school enrollment, educational attainment, education personnel, and financial aspects of education. In addition, data are shown for charter schools, computer usage in schools, distance education, and adult education.

  • Classroom Today
    This site is an online resource for educators designed to match your curriculum, grade level, and standards.

  • ConnectNet
    This site is a database of free Internet access providers and cummunications technology resources, searchable by ZIP code.

  • Copernicus Education Gateway

  • Database for K-8 Teachers and Kids

  • EducationAtlas.com

  • Education World
    This site links to more than 120,000 education sites and includes a special section that gives information on more than 40 grants.

  • ElementarySchools.org
    Thousands of public elementary schools and private elementary schools throughout America are listed for your review. The list is broken down by city, elementary school districts, zip codes, or counties. The list also contains all public elementary schools and private elementary schools within the country. Statistics such as enrollment, the ratio of students to teachers are included as well as elementary school addresses, phone numbers, and other contact information.

  • FREE
    This site make hundreds of learning resources from 40+ federal organizations available (and searchable) in one place.

  • Glenbrook South Internet Projects

  • GrantsForSingleMothers
    Topics include single mom financial aid, scholarship resources, food and housing programs, parenting advice, and related information.

  • Guide to Math & Science Reform

  • High-Schools.com
    is a resource that contains data on thousands of public and private high schools in the United States. We offer a extensive listing of high schools by city and state and school search tools. We list school data on each and every high school in the United States, including enrollment and student/teacher ratios, as well as school address and contact information.

  • Mathematica Library

  • Mathematical Moments
    of the American Mathematical Society promotes an appreciation and understanding of the role mathematics plays in science, nature, technology, and human culture and includes podcasts and translated versions.

  • MATHguide
    This site is a bank of free mathematics resources for students, teachers, and parents.

  • Math Homework Help

  • Mega Mathematics

  • NCTM's Lessons and Resources Web Page
    now includes publications, journal articles, and past presidents' messages on assessment, curriculum, equity, and intervention.

  • NASA Center for Distance Learning
    This site offers instructional distance learning programs that are research and standards based, support the national mathematics, science, and technology standards. It uses NASA programs, facilities, and people to establish a connection between the math, science, and technology concepts taught in the classroom and the math, science, and technology used every day by NASA researchers.

  • Pentomino Puzzles

  • Problems with a Point
    This site is a searchable database for teachers, which supports existing curricula by providing problem-centered approaches. The site also helps parents and tutor support problem-based learning inside and outside of the classroom.

  • Public School Teachers
    can submit project proposals at DonorsChoose.org to receive materials, such as books, supplies, and technology, for classroom learning.

  • Schools of California Online Resource for Education

  • Science and Mathematics Initiatives
    This site is a database of resources, funding, and curricula for rural mathematics and science teachers.

  • Teachers.Net
    This site connects to more than 15,000 pages of information on grades K-12 education topics and issues. It is a network with access to many education-relatted chat boards and more.

  • Teachersnetwork.org
    This site features information on training, grants, networking, and resource sharing.

  • TE-MAT
    offers a conceptual framework for, and reviews materials for, the professional development of grades K-12 mathematics and science teachers.

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Secondary or K-12
  • 4Teachers.org
    offers online tools and resources to educators free of charge and helps teachers locate and create ready-to-use Web lessons, quizzes, rubrics, and classroom calendars.

  • Alberta Learning - The Learnin Equation
    This site is a collection of Java applets that animate many concepts, from functions to geometry. The animation images are large an are proportioned to fill a browser window nicely. Easily followed instructions are at the bottom of each screen.

  • Algebra I
    This site provides first year algebra students with tips for studying and test taking, problems of the week, explanations, interactive pages, and QuickTime movies.

  • AlgebraHelp.com
    This site features lessons to learn or refresh old skills, claculators that show you how to solve problems step-by-step, and interactive worksheets that test students' skills.

  • AllMath.com
    is a free resource that offers a range of mathematics tools, games, references, and tutorials for teachers and students in grades K-12.

  • A-Plus Math
    This site features games and a homework helper that give practice with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and divison.

  • Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences Workshops

  • Building Blocks
    This site is the home of the Building Blocks project, which expects to enable all young children to meet new pre K-2 math standards.

  • Calc101.com
    This site is an automatic problem solving site that lets students enter an expression and get an answer to math problems dealing with polynomial factoring, multiplication, long division, integration, and differentiation.

  • CK-12 Foundation
    is a nonprofit organization striving to provide free access to high-quality middle school and high school Science & Math resources for anybody, anywhere, on any device.

  • Classroom Calendar
    This site offers mathematics and science teachers background information, activities, and curriculum materials to enrich lesson plans. Topics range from statistics to Golden Mean Day to biographies of noted matheamticians.

  • Collected Learning Units
    sponsored by the National Security Agency, provides more than 200 instructional units in arithmetic, algebra, calculus, data anlysis, fractions, geometry, number theory, pre-algebra, pre-calculus, probability, statistics, and trigonometry.

  • Connected Curriculum Project
    This site is a comprehensive set of online interactive learning materials created by a team of mathematicians at Duke University, California Polytechni State University - San luis Obispo, and Weber State University. The materials assume student access to such CASs as Maple, Mathcad, or Mathematica. The interactive units address topics that are generally found in such courses as precalculus, linear algebra, differential calculus, differential equations, integral calculus, engineering mathematics, multivariable calculus, and mathematical finance.

  • Council Math and Science Gateway for Grades 9-12

  • CSU-Northridge Web Sites and Resources for Teachers

  • Curriculum Units
    This site offers award winning, quality, peer-reviewed, free curricula for high school and undergraduate level students; hosted by Shawsheen Technical High School, MA faculty.

  • Daily Lesson Plan: Mathematics
    This site is from the New York Times. It is a collection of real-life, news-based problems that apply grades 6-12 mathematics.

  • Daily LessonPlan: Practical Math
    provides lesson plans for grades 6-12 that use recent New York Times articles as springboards for examining mathematics topics in interesting and exciting ways.

  • Diamond Theory
    This site is uses arrangements of diagonally-divided, two color square tiles to introduce concepts in symmetry, group theory, and combinatorics.

  • Earliest Uses of Mathematical Symbols

  • EconEdLink
    features web-based economics and personal finance lesson plans for K-12 teachers and students.

  • EducationAtlas.com
    Your map to the world of education.

  • Erols
    This site is a math dictionary.

  • Exexmplars
    Exemplars K-12 math tasks include a specific rubric that describes what is required to achieve each level of performance and annotated samples of students' work. Free samples!

  • ExploreMath.com
    This free site has all sorts of interactive activities to help understand concepts such as slope and intercept, quadratics, inequalities.

  • Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Section
    This site contains materails on Fobonacci numbers and related concepts with a variety of images and animations, examples, applications in nature, mathematical explanations, and puzzle pages.

  • Figure This!
    This site offers math challenges for teachers, students, and families.

  • Flashcards for Kids!
    This site allows students to practice math a various levels off difficulty, utilizing a system that includes timer and scoring options.

  • Frank Potter's Science Gems: Mathematics Links

  • FunBrain.com's Math Baseball
    Batter up, play a little math baseball and test your math smarts at all levels through this mind-exercising site.

  • Gomath.com
    Students can e-mail experienced tutors for math help.

  • Homeroom Teacher
    This site offers links to free educational clip art, lesson plans, news, and more.

  • Interactive Mathematics
    This tutorial web site was created for high school students, undergraduate level students, adult learners, and teachers who want to learn about a wide range of math topics, including algebra, trig, graphs, complex numbers, statistics, and calculus. A Live-Math plug-nis needed to view some of these documents.

  • K-12 Resources Web Page
    provides links to sites that can help K-12 teachers infuse the principles of sustainable development into a variety of school subjects.

  • Learning Through Listening
    provides quick access to lessons and information that focus on meeting the needs of diverse learners. The content on this site has either been written by educators or reviewed by educators for its practicality and applicability.

  • Math Activities for K-12 Teachers

  • Math Archives
    This site covers a wide range of different topics in mathematics, software, and teaching materials.

  • Mathbuilder.com
    This site offers free worksheets for grades 1 through 10.

  • MathMastery
    offers online courses, daily math problems, games, tips for learning at home, and examples of how shcools are using the site's content to increase the understanding of math skills and concepts.

  • Math Forum @ Drexel's Ask Dr. Math
    This site maintains a database of math problems with tutorial solutions that lets students search for problems similar to those on their homework.

  • Math Teacher Link

  • Math Worksheet Center
    is home to over 8,000 K-12 math worksheets, lesson plans, homework, and quizzes.

  • Math.com
    This site provides ways for students, parents, and teachers to learn math with the help of practice problems, calculators, and other tools, as well as the "Ask an Expert" section for all math levels.

  • Mathwords
    This site is an easy-to-use online mathematics resource that offers a comprehensive listing of formulas and definitions from Algebra I to Calculus, including over a thousand mathematics examples and illustrations.

  • MegaMath
    This site is intended to make challenging, interesting topics in mathematics and computer science accessible to elementary school students. Lesson plans for activities are supported by background information, concepts, material lists, and more.

  • Mega-Mathematics
    Explore all things in math through this interactive site.

  • Math Goodies
    This site offers math lessons and resources designed to meet NCTM Standards for teaching math. It is also a free bulletin board where students can post or e-mail homework question to a "Web" teacher.

  • Mrs. Miller's Math eboard
    This site provides helpful links for teachers and students in grades K-12 to practice mathematics skills and learn more about mathematical concepts.

  • MSTE Lesson Database

  • National Library of Virtual Manipulatives is a free colleciton of more than 100 digitial activities, including games, tutorials, and digital depictions, for students in Pre-K through grade 12.

  • Noon Observation Project

  • ON-Math--Online Journal of School Mathematics
    NCTM's online journal, presents articles and interactive activities for mathematics educators who teach students in all grades.

  • PBS' TeacherSource Site - Math
    This site lets math educators search for lessons and activities by grade. It also provides a list of recommended books and links.

  • Practical Uses of Math and Science

  • Problem Corner
    This site offers mathematics problems for high school and college level students. It is on the web site of Southwest Missouri State University's Department of Mathematics.

  • Problems with a Point
    Each problem or sequence focuses on one mathematical idea and connects that idea to others.

  • SCORE Mathematics Lessons
    These lessons have been written by teachers selected to participate in SCORE math workshops.

  • QuickMath
    This site is an automatic problem solving site that lets students enter an expression and get an answer to math problems dealing with polynomial factoring, multiplication, long division, integration, and differentiation.

  • Rhythm, Rhyme, Results… the other 3 Rs
    A media company that produces hip-hop/rap songs for grades 6-12. Materials are available digitally as singles or albums from iTunes and the website. Library of 40 songs appear in 4 versions including a recall version with missing key words, and a karaoke version. Each album has an accompanying lyric book. Subjects include Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Science. All materials meet Federal and State curriculum standards and are professionally produced.

  • Sense and Dollars
    This page is part of Maryland Public Television. It applies mathematics to other subject areas and teaches middle and high school students the basics of personal finance and economics.

  • S.O.S. Mathematics
    This site acts as a hyperlinked math textbook. Students who have trouble following either the textbook explanation or their teacher's lecture can visit this site for an additional explanaation of a difficult concept that they may need to understand in order to complete a homework assignment.

  • Teachade
    is an interactive meeting place where pre-K-12 teachers and educators can discuss issues relevant to teaching, share ideas and curricula, access resources that support their professional development, form collabaorative groups, participate in curriculum authoring, affect commercial curriculum, and make new friends to reduce teacher isolation. Teachade is a free resource to pre-K-12 educators, college professors, and preservice an in-service teachers.

  • Teacher Guide to Mathematics
    part of the K-12 Teach and Learning Center, is a free service offering access to mathematical and mathematics-related resources, indexed by subject.

  • Teachers.net Searchable Lesson Bank
    offers free lesson plans submitted online by prekindergarten through grade 12 teachers, nearly 500 math lessons!

  • Teach-nology.com
    This site is a web portal for math educators.

  • Test Prep Review
    This site provides free resources and practice exams to students preparing for standardized tests in high school, college, and graduate school.

  • Thinking Blocks
    is a free and interactive math program, helps students learn low to model and solve multi-step word problems by using a combination of ruided practice, video instruction, and assessment.

  • 21st Century Problem Solving

  • Vector
    This is a page of applets that students can manipulate to learn about various concepts in vector analysis and proof.

  • 2005 Mathematics Game
    Teachers can incorporate this game into their classroom by printing worksheets and manipulatives to challenge students in grades 3-12.

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Tutoring
  • Esumz
    Online math tutoring for grades 2 to 5. FREE math portal. Instant report cards, weekly progress cards, and standardized assessment testing.

  • InstaEDU

  • 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. We provide 448 automated math and science lessons covering 1025 concepts and objectives in 28 subjects showing every single line of work.

  • Math Goodies
    is a free math help site that offers more than 400 pages of K-12 activities to students, educators, and parents.

  • Online Homework Help
    Hotmath displays tutorial solutions to odd-numbered homework problems in math textbooks-grade 6 through calculus. New, FREE graphing calculator practice exercises!

  • Study Guide Zone

  • Study Tips

  • TutorVista
    is a global education services company with a mission to provide world-class tutoring.

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