Technology
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 Here is the beginning of a few Internet resources applicable to our interests. Most are offered without warranty, stated or implied
Illuminations, from NCTM (http://illuminations.nctm.org/)  if you haven't seen this yet, you're hereby banned from ever teaching math in FCPS again!
Plus EZine  a part of Cambridge's (Great Britain) Millenium Mathematics Project (http://plus.maths.org/index.html)  full of news stories, ideas and activities on a wide range of mathematical subjects.
MSTE  Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education, from the College of Education at the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign (http://www.mste.uiuc.edu/)  Lots of links to other resources, some of them homegrown and hard to find elsewhere.
The Math Forum, from Drexel (http://mathforum.org/)  this one is a grand old man of the Internet. Interactive Ask Dr. Math has been around from the beginning, though there's other stuff as well  newsletter, "Problem of the Week," ...
PUMAS  Practical Uses of Math and Science, from NASA (http://pumas.jpl.nasa.gov/). There are 55 crosscurricular and "real world" problems, often with duplicable resources. Great stuff!
Shodor Interactive, from the Shodor Education Foundation (http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/)  great fully interactive and visually rich activities for math students.
ProblemBased Learning, from Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (http://www2.imsa.edu/programs/pbln/)  helps on how to design problembased ldearning projects for mathematics, with some example problems. A part of the "Problembased learning ring" (see http://www.emck.net/eline/04_09_17.htm for a review)
