Grant helps 4th-graders gain math skillsNashua TelegraphFourth-graders, from left, Hayley Kastner, Emma Alvarado and Kyana Negron work on a multiplication worksheet during math class Wednesday, November 28, 2012, at the Charlotte Avenue School.
GPB (blog)Tech Thursday: Math ChimpGPB (blog)The beauty of the website Math Chimp is that it's a one stop repository of math videos, games and worksheets, all aligned to the Common Core standards. Many sites boast a common core connection.
I'm doing coordinate geometry type stuff with my classes – slope, distance, and midpoint using two points. I had an idea for certain types of challenging/extension problems last year and I'm trying them out this year.
A math blog carnival is a collection of articles from various math blogs and sites. So if you ... This site is NOT about making mathematics easy because it isn't. ... Geometry problems and solutions from Mathematical Olympiads ...
Memorizing long and twisted geometry formulas or solving complicated algebra equations often represents a daunting task for anyone, except for those who choose to study mathematics online in order to ...
Casio's touchscreen graphing calculator arrives in 2013, makes the TI-84+ look ...EngadgetCasio has contributed to math education around the world by developing advanced calculators that make it easier to learn.
"A free online math course being developed by the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse could dramatically reduce the need for students to take remedial math when they start college and put them on a faster, less expensive track to graduation... The free, six-week online math course will be available to high school students who want to assess their college readiness, as well as nontraditional students who either are preparing to return to college or who want to improve their math skills to advance career goals..."
"No one was standing in front of an eighth-grade math class at St. Mary of the Hills School, but fractions were slowly appearing in colored chalk, as if written by the invisible hand of a ghost. The voice of an unseen narrator emanated from speakers on both sides of the smartboard, explaining the equation step by step. While students sat quietly in their seats, listening to this virtual instructor solve the math problem, their real-life math teacher, Marianne Ruggiero, walked around the classroom with her arms folded, peering down at them as they scribbled notes with pencils into spiral-bound notebooks and tapped the keyboards of laptop computers."