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Word of mouth seems to be the best way to find good apps for teaching and learning. Here are apps that have been recommended by various sources.
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MathCast is an equation editor, an application that allows you to input mathematical equations. These equations can be used in written documents and webpages. The equations can be rendered graphically to the screen, to picture files, or to MathML - today's leading standard language for describing mathematics. MathCast is a free and open source application. Feel free to use it to help your studies, to add mathematics to your website, etc.
Fun multiplayer games for grades K-8, designed to improve math fact fluency
Most of Sumdog is free:
A school subscription adds:
Schools often start using the free Sumdog, then subscribe once they have proven the effectiveness of Sumdog for their students.
intuitive mathematics software for tablets, desktop computers, and whiteboards.
Over 2,500 time-saving math videos from Brightstorm. Time-saving math help videos for Algebra through Calculus. Math video for high school and college subjects
Math in the News: Current events explained mathematically. Real-world applications of math.
GET THE MATH is a convergent media project designed to help middle and high school students develop algebraic thinking skills for solving real world problems.
This might help answer that question you hear everyday, "when are we ever gonna use this?"
Students are to go to this website and watch the first video and answer these two question, this is to be done before going to lunch.
1. What are Three different real world applications of algebra.
2. Reflect on these applications and their importance, provide examples.
High quality new maths games including KS2, KS3, and KS4 maths games. Free to play online now.
Links to resources.
Teaching resources and classroom activities: lesson plans, worksheets, classroom games and video clips for all curriculum school subjects.
Curriki, the online education community, is building the first website to offer free, open-source instructional materials for K-12.
ScootPad is a leading math and reading practice platform for elementary grades (K-5). Self-paced and personalized practice on ScootPad keeps kids engaged & challenged. ScootPad is Free & Kids LOVE it!
Mathnook offers the best cool math games for kids. Children learn math while playing fun online games. Free math games target a variety of math skills.
Free math problem solver answers your pre-algebra, algebra, trigonometry, calculus and statistics homework questions with step-by-step explanations, just like a math tutor.
Math Videos arranged by topic including introductory math, algebra, trigonometry and calculus.
To best prepare students for algebra, educators must balance the rigors of the curriculum alongside the needs of students.
A series of ten dowloadable PDFs.
"Geoboard and Number Rack are two simple iPad and web apps that elementary school teachers may find useful for mathematics lessons. On Geoboard students stretch virtual rubber bands over pegboards to create lines and shapes to learn about perimeter, area, and angles."
Imagine an app that holds children’s attention for close to an hour, lets them navigate an asteroid field, shoot rocks in the desert, and that actually teaches them math skills, too. Kids may not know they’re learning while they’re playing, but this math app is now a new reality as the world’s first appisode The Digits has launched on the Itunes store.
If you search for ‘Math’ on YouTube, almost 650,000 results appear, and it can be hard to find good quality videos for learning math. We love looking through YouTube to find interesting edtech videos, and we have sifted through the best of these math videos to bring you ten of the highest quality math YouTube channels for learning.