K-12 Web Resources - Math
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# K-12 Web Resources - Math

Here is a collection of web resources for math teachers.
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## Math Methods

Strategies for teaching math
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## - Top 50 Math Sites and Apps

The Resource for Education Technology Leaders focusing on K-12 educators.
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## Distinguish Characteristics, Build and Draw Shapes (Common Core 1.G.1)

This standard has two goals: 1) Distinguish between defining attributes (triangles are closed & three-sided) versus non-defining attributes (color, overall size) & 2) build & draw shapes to possess defining attributes.
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## 35 Useful Apps And Web Tools For Math Teachers - Edudemic

Great web tools for math teachers are hard to find. Until now! This set of resources is built by a math teacher, for math teachers.

Via John Evans
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## What Is Pascal's Triangle?, Part 1: Scientific American

The Math Dude: Quick & Dirty Tips to Make Math Simpler
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## Maths and Numeracy Quiz | Box Clever | QuizFortune

From angles and integers to perfect number and prime numbers, how well do you know your numbers? Challenge your knowledge of all things mathematical in our Math Quiz!
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## How to Make Math Journals Interactive - Teach Junkie

Here are some interactive and foldable ideas to make journaling and notebooking interactive to use for showing examples in different ways, illustrating a concept and defining math terms.
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## Put on Your Thinking Caps | Math by Design

Mathematicians, whether they’re engineers or architects or otherwise, know the importance of technology so teachers need to utilize it when helping students understand the value of every lesson. At mathbydesign.thinkport.org you can find interactive games where students can design a park in the center of town
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## STEM Connections

Science, technology, engineering and math in K-12
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## A Letter on STEM Education to America's Parents.pdf

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Technology Resources for Teaching Math

- Why Use Technology in the Classroom?

-General Math Resources

-Math Blogs

-Algebra and Geometry Curricula

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## Tessellations Go Digital | Education Closet

Today’s focus technique for visual art is actually a combination of two separate strategies: Tessellations and Digital Photography.

For those of you who are not familiar, tessellations are mosaics using small squares to make repetitive patterns. This is a wonderful way for us to connect the arts with Common Core math in a very purposeful and authentic way. In terms of digital photography, much of the focus is placed composition and using the rule of thirds.

By combining Tessellations with Digital Photography, we have a rich and relevant technique that many students can engage with on multiple levels of understanding.

Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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## Raytheon's MathMovesU: Making Math and Science Fun for Middle Schoolers

Raytheon's MathMovesU program is an innovative initiative designed to engage middle school students in math by illustrating the connection between math, their passions and interests and 'cool' careers.
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## Great Math Games Resources for Teachers and Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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## Compose and Create 2D and 3D Shapes (Common Core 1.G.2)

Geometry is a fun and accessible math skill for so many kids. Here, students are asked to create shapes, make patterns, and explore. The artistic mathematicians will thrive!
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## Real World Math

Resource site for students and teachers with math activities for Google Earth.

Via Laura Spencer
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## Reflex : Math fact fluency - Problem Solved!

Math fact fluency - Problem Solved! Adaptive and individualized. Intuitive and powerful reporting. Game based and fun for students.
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## Classroom Freebies: Laura's Math Problem Solving Assessment ...

*Create a Dynamic Map Mash-up with MyHistro or Just View Free, Interactive Timelines! ... 2D Shape Activities - *1-2-3 Come Make Silly Shaped Owls With Me!* Since the *Silly ...
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## A Free Interactive iPad App To Teach Algebra - Edudemic

For many students algebra seems too abstract and hard to learn. They often resort to ineffective memorization and in the long run find only frustration and failure.
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## Project Based Learning Geometry Sign Up Form - Free from Curriki

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A new app coming out this fall which is line with the new Common Core Curriculum.

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## The Digits: Rocking Out to Math Through Music, Video, and Games - Technapex

Technapex The Digits: Rocking Out to Math Through Music, Video, and Games Technapex Kids are open to exploring and more agile with technology — what they needed was a live action narrative with characters they loved, but also interactive gameplay...

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## PBS Teachers | STEM Education Resource Center

PBS Teachers provides PreK-12 educational resources and activities for educators tied to PBS programming and correlated to local and national standards and professional development opportunities delivered online.
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## Math in Daily Life

Math in Daily Life: How much will you have saved when you retire? Is it better to lease or buy a car? Learn the answers to these and other mathematical questions that affect our daily decisions.
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## MC Escher Tessellations (Lesson Plan)

Discover a geometry lesson that is integrated with history and art to engage even the most math resistant of your students, and to enlighten everyone about M. C. Escher's work with tessellations. Grade 3-6

Suzanne Bourgeois Jennings's curator insight,

Although this is a lesson plan for teachers, students could also use it to create a project.  Even though it is for grades 3-6, it is a good starting point for anyone on their initial foray into tesselations.

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rhythm, balance, emphasis, unity, color....

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this will work

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## The Calculus Controversy

Today, calculus is one of the most important fields of mathematics. However, two men claimed to be its inventor - Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz. The ens...
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