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Posted 9/28/2005 4:49 PM (#8)
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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 ( - if you haven't seen this yet, you're hereby banned from ever teaching math in FCPS again!

Plus E-Zine - a part of Cambridge's (Great Britain) Millenium Mathematics Project ( - 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 Urbana-Champaign ( - Lots of links to other resources, some of them home-grown and hard to find elsewhere.

The Math Forum, from Drexel ( - 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 ( There are 55 cross-curricular and "real world" problems, often with duplicable resources. Great stuff!

Shodor Interactive, from the Shodor Education Foundation ( - great fully interactive and visually rich activities for math students.

Problem-Based Learning, from Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy ( - helps on how to design problem-based ldearning projects for mathematics, with some example problems. A part of the "Problem-based learning ring" (see for a review)
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