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### GeoGebra - GeoGebraWiki International

K to 12

Choose from a wide variety of lesson plans and ideas for elementary, middle school, high school, or college, all created using GeoGebra. View concepts on individual pages that house...more
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Choose from a wide variety of lesson plans and ideas for elementary, middle school, high school, or college, all created using GeoGebra. View concepts on individual pages that house interactive applets (mini-programs) and downloadable, zipped versions. Depending on your computer's security settings, you may need to "tell" your computer to "trust" the source of the activity before it will "Run." Explore Math resources for Art, Music, and Physics. Some of the available activities have demos with audio explanations, as well. Be aware this wiki allows users to add content. You must log-in to add content, but you still may want to preview for accuracy before you share this site with your students. The users appear to all be math teachers, but some activities may be created by students.

tag(s): angles (87), coordinates (30), decimals (125), equations (153), fractions (229), integers (40), percent (80), volume (53)

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Use the applets to demonstrate concepts in Math. Use these as a review or as an introductory lesson for students to identify the rule. Many are well-suited for interactive whiteboards.

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### Java applets - Pacific Lutheran University

5 to 12
Use these applets (mini-animations) to show Math problems and their solutions clearly and dynamically. Choose applets in "Arithmetic," "Algebra and Trigonometry," "Calculus," "Geometry,"...more
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Use these applets (mini-animations) to show Math problems and their solutions clearly and dynamically. Choose applets in "Arithmetic," "Algebra and Trigonometry," "Calculus," "Geometry," "Algebra," and "Probability and Statistics." View the math relationships easily with these great applets. This site requires Java to run all the applets (mini-programs). You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): equations (153), fractions (229), probability (135), statistics (125)

#### In the Classroom

Use these applets with groups of students to learn the math rules and use to demonstrate and teach concepts to the rest of the class. Use the applets to demonstrate and identify solutions to problems. List this link on your class website for students to explore both in and out of the classroom for review, recap, or exploration.

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### The Calculus Page Problems List - UC Davis Department of Mathematics

11 to 12
Need a solution to a difficult Calculus problem? Look for solutions in Beginning Differential Calculus, Beginning Integral Calculus, and Multi-Variable Calculus. View the problems and...more
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Need a solution to a difficult Calculus problem? Look for solutions in Beginning Differential Calculus, Beginning Integral Calculus, and Multi-Variable Calculus. View the problems and their solutions to different rules. . The site is utilitarian in appearance, but the information, provided by a college prof, is sound.

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Use this site for reinforcement of difficult problems. Students can also identify similarities between rules and common aspects of Math solutions. Provide this link on your class website for students to use both in and out of the classroom.

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### Science for Kids - Kidipede

5 to 10

This site, designed especially for middle school students, highlights the basic foundations of math, geology, chemistry, physics, and biology. Although this site is recommended for...more
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This site, designed especially for middle school students, highlights the basic foundations of math, geology, chemistry, physics, and biology. Although this site is recommended for middle school students, it is also appropriate for high school students studying the subject areas. It is mainly a "text" site, without interactives. However, this is a great resource for explaining complex topics, researching specific topics in science and math, and much more. Each general area (i.e. geology or biology), includes several sub-topics. There are also links to activities for students, project ideas, and Teacher's Guides. There are two caveats: there are some advertisements -- nothing too distracting -- AND some of the suggested activities include "buying" a book from Amazon. You do NOT need to purchase anything to take advantage of this free resource!

tag(s): atoms (54), diseases (71), earth (224), earthquakes (51), electricity (92), medicine (66), rocks (50), weather (206)

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Use portions of this site as an anticipatory set in your science or math class. The information is simple to understand and would be useful for students struggling with a topic. Use the site for research about specific topics. Have teams of students explore each of the "sub-topics" within the main topic. Ask them to record their findings in a digital portfolio of resources using WeLearned.It, reviewed here. Challenge cooperative learning groups to create informational videos sharing their research using a tool like My Simpleshow, reviewed here. Then share them on a site such as TeacherTube, reviewed here. Why not list this link on your class website, so students can access the page both in and out of the classroom.

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### calculus.org: The Calculus Page - UCDavis.edu

10 to 12
This visually-plain site has very useful resources for calculus teachers and students. Solve calculus problems with step-by-step solutions. View helpful information that includes how...more
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This visually-plain site has very useful resources for calculus teachers and students. Solve calculus problems with step-by-step solutions. View helpful information that includes how to study. Java applets provide visual solutions to problems, including the ability to change many of the parameters. A list of professions that use math is also included.

#### In the Classroom

Students can review a certain calculus problem and use it to teach fellow students the solution to the problem. Use the list of careers to research how math is specifically used in that field of work. Share this link on your class web page for student to use when working outside of class.

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### Seeing Math: Secondary Interactives - The Concord Consortium

7 to 12
This site offers FREE interactive math tools: qualitative grapher, piecewise linear grapher, linear transformer, function analyzer, quadratic transformer, system solver, plopit, and...more
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This site offers FREE interactive math tools: qualitative grapher, piecewise linear grapher, linear transformer, function analyzer, quadratic transformer, system solver, plopit, and proportioner. Originally the interactives required special software, but they now run directly from the web site without any special installation or download. The interactives all include a real-time connection between math concepts (graphical or symbolic) and the representations. The activities provide visual illustrations to enhance algebra class. They allow for accelerated learning. And you are even able to save images to share with classmates.

The "Qualitative Grapher" demonstrates the meaning of a function and see how it can be seen as something changing over time. The "Proportioner" highlights scale and proportion and allows you to compare image dimensions. All of the other individual activities highlight other upper level math skills. This site requires Java and Adobe Acrobat. You can get both from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): mean (27), median (24), statistics (125)

#### In the Classroom

Share this site on an interactive whiteboard or projector to help students visualize concepts learned in class. Have students work in pairs to try some of the activities that enhance your secondary math units. List this link on your class website, so students can practice these math skills at home.

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### Calc5 online calculator - Calc5.com

9 to 12
This online calculator is able to graph in two or three dimensions. The advantage is the ability for all students to have the fastest, most capable calculator in class. Calc5 ...more
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This online calculator is able to graph in two or three dimensions. The advantage is the ability for all students to have the fastest, most capable calculator in class. Calc5 can be used to graph sin graphs, logarithms, and likely any graph needed in High School Math classes. A graph can include multiple functions. In order to see them, simply drag the graph. It is easy to zoom in and out of the graph. Students can take a screenshot of the graph in order to show in assignments or an online space. In Mac, simply hold the apple, shift, and number 4 key at the same time. Use the cursor (now a cross-hair) to drag a box around the picture and let go. The picture will be saved to the desktop. For PC, use the "Print Screen" button, then PASTE into any document or PowerPoint.

tag(s): charts and graphs (197)

#### In the Classroom

Use this site to allow all students access to a powerful calculator. Students can graph class problems and notice the differences in the graphs and account for them. Students can predict the shape of 2D and 3D graphs from the equation being used. Share the site on an interactive whiteboard and use the board's tools to draw atop or annotate the graphs.

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### Mathway - Bagatrix, Inc.

3 to 12
Found a math problem that is difficult to solve? Use Mathway to solve basic math problems such as long arithmetic, unit conversions, variables, expressions, and integers, and much more....more
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Found a math problem that is difficult to solve? Use Mathway to solve basic math problems such as long arithmetic, unit conversions, variables, expressions, and integers, and much more. Mathway also helps in the solving of other math problems in Pre-algebra, Algebra, Trigonometry, Pre-calculus, and Calculus. Sample problems are displayed in order to show manner of entering the problems. Click on symbols and shapes to enter the information easily. Solution to the problem is shown step by step. Solve problems, create graphs, or view the glossary.

Note: Ads do run along the top of the site as well as a link to live Math help. This link leads to tutor.com which is a fee-based service. Students should be cautioned about the fee-based site.

tag(s): integers (40), variables (19)

#### In the Classroom

Students can be given a sample problem to enter to determine the steps for the solution. Groups of students can present the steps and the reasoning to the rest of the class. Share this site on your class web page for home use, as well.

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### Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles - Alexander Bogomolny

3 to 12
Although we don't usually highlight a site that is simply a list, this list is worth mentioning. There are literally hundreds of math activities at this site (all Java applets). ...more
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Although we don't usually highlight a site that is simply a list, this list is worth mentioning. There are literally hundreds of math activities at this site (all Java applets). The activities are divided up into the following categories: Arithmetic, Math Games & Puzzles, Logic, Fractals & Chaos, Fallacies, Calculus, Combinatorial Games, Algebra, Visual Illusions, Computer Math Magic, Combinatorics, Geometry, Eye Opener Series, Social Science, Mathematical Droodles, and Analog Devices. Each category has numerous interactive activities included. The site is frequently updated. There are some small advertisements at the site. This site is simple to use and offers a wealth of options for many grade levels. The activities are not time-consuming and offer simple explanations with the applets.

tag(s): angles (87), logic (246), money (184), puzzles (205)

#### In the Classroom

Use these applets on an interactive whiteboard or projector as an anticipatory set for a lesson in math class. Have students work independently on the logic and puzzle activities. These activities are ideal for gifted students (for advancement and/or enrichment) or extra practice for struggling students. Provide this link on your class website, so students can explore at home or as review.

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### Higher Bitesize Revision - Calculus - BBC

9 to 12
Although this website doesn't appear especially engaging, there is a wealth of information and activities just waiting to be explored. Scroll down the page to find the Calculus section....more
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Although this website doesn't appear especially engaging, there is a wealth of information and activities just waiting to be explored. Scroll down the page to find the Calculus section. The two main topics, Differentiation and Integration, both include numerous subtopics with a great deal of information. This website, created by the BBC, includes review information (referred to as "revise") and online tests created specifically for calculus students ages 16+. Some of the material would be useful in pre-calc.

The website includes Learner Guides to assist teachers, parents, and students in navigating the site, and about specific difficult concepts. Since this site was created by the UK, you may notice some slight language differences. Much of the information is available in a printable format. A few of the activities require Flash. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page..

tag(s): differentiation (50)

#### In the Classroom

Use this website in your Calculus class on an interactive whiteboard or projector. The "Revise" information would work as an anticipatory set for a new lesson or a review prior to the test. Have students work on individual computers to try the online quiz. Students will need a piece of paper to complete the online quiz, it is not interactive. Be sure to include this link on your class website, so students can access the site for practice at home.

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### Math Mistakes Info - Russell Blyth, Saint Louis University

7 to 12
Use Math mistakes to uncover the most common math errors and perhaps learn a little more math as well. This site has "Real Mistakes from Real Student Work" and "Math ...more
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Use Math mistakes to uncover the most common math errors and perhaps learn a little more math as well. This site has "Real Mistakes from Real Student Work" and "Math Facts Students Should Know." Browse "Common Algebra Mistakes," "Common Trigonometry Mistakes," and "Common Calculus Mistakes" by using the drop down menus along the top or through the brightly colored buttons. Each area is also broken down into smaller subject areas such as "Pre-algebra" and "Radical Expressions" with several examples given for each. Each example provides the problem and the example mistake that is made. Rolling your mouse over the problem provides a clue to the error, while rolling over the correction area provides the right answer. There are also explanations of the errors and how to avoid them. Choosing the drop down on the example page allows the student to view as a plain web page or as a pdf file. Other links include "Algebra facts," "Trigonometry facts," and "Calculus facts" which contain flash cards and learning center activities. Note: Links to Amazon for math books of interest are listed, as well as a blog link and links to apparel for sale. Steer students clear of these areas. This site requires Adobe Acrobat. You can get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page..

tag(s): equations (153)

#### In the Classroom

Use the flashcards and learning center information to reinforce material taught in class. Students can also look at the examples to make a class hint list of "how to avoid mistakes in our math class." Students can use this information to review incorrect homework and test questions. Have students take turns presenting the most commonly missed questions and how to find the correct answers. Have students correct their own mistakes from a test or homework assignment by using the site. Have students analyze the mistakes first before they roll over to view the hints and the corrections. If you use an interactive whiteboard, the rollovers will not appear as easily, so you can ask students to find them first.

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### Calculus on the web - Temple University

10 to 12
Calculus on the Web provides Pre-calculus, Calculus, and Algebra problems for visitors to solve. Click on a math book to choose your course. Each book is divided into chapters and ...more
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Calculus on the Web provides Pre-calculus, Calculus, and Algebra problems for visitors to solve. Click on a math book to choose your course. Each book is divided into chapters and sections. View the entire index by clicking the "index" button. Click on the topic buttons to enter each section. Students do not need to log in to use the practice problems. Only students enrolled in a COW-registered class can log in to record their progress. Problems are color coded to show difficulty. Blue has a difficulty level of easy, purple is slightly more difficult, and red is difficult. A sample problem is given and then students are provided with additional problems to solve using traditional means with a calculator. Clicking "check your answer" will provide you a right or wrong response. There are unlimited tries if the answer is wrong. Hints for typing in formulas are given.

This site is older and does not use animation or graphics. Though the interface is older, students may find it easier to navigate. The problems are pretty straight forward, and they are not timed during problem-solving.

#### In the Classroom

Teachers can use these problems as an introduction that bridges older material to new material being introduced. Students can use the approach of solving the problems without being instructed in order to develop the rules that would be needed to solve the problem. These problems can also be assigned as enrichment or extra practice. Basic functions are covered in the modules and would be an enhancement to a math course.

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### Cool Math - Coolmath.com

K to 12

This all-inclusive math website contains activities for all grades (K-12). The website also features countless lesson plans, math problems, math games, and a math dictionary. There...more
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This all-inclusive math website contains activities for all grades (K-12). The website also features countless lesson plans, math problems, math games, and a math dictionary. There are links for students, teachers, and parents. This resource provides excellent introduction lesson plans and highly creative games and activities. Be warned - this website does have some advertisements, but the content is wonderful. If you are looking for a way to review, re-teach, or introduce a math concept, take a few minutes to visit this website.

tag(s): addition (224), decimals (125), logic (246), puzzles (205)

#### In the Classroom

Provide this link in your class newsletter or share the link on your class web page for students to use this resource for additional practice at home. Use selected activities as a center on your single classroom computer or for whole-class practice.

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### Biological ESTEEM: Excel Simulations and Tools for Exploratoty, Experiential Mathematics - Bioquest and MAA Online

11 to 12
AP Biology teachers will love these downloadable, advanced mathematical models (Excel and other) for many biology concepts in ecology, botany, genetics, biochemistry, and more. Created...more
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AP Biology teachers will love these downloadable, advanced mathematical models (Excel and other) for many biology concepts in ecology, botany, genetics, biochemistry, and more. Created for college classrooms, the models are quite sophisticated and may be best used by advanced students or as a whole-class activity. These models provide real-world application of mathemetical and scientific concepts that are certain to excite budding scientists. The desciptions include computer software specifications for successful use. Some examples of applications include: a model for biogeography and the impact of mainland species pool, area of the island, and distance of the island from the mainland on the species available on the island; a 3D mathematical model of various factors' impact on the growth of tree branches; and a worksheet that simulates the population growth of two interacting species

tag(s): ecology (133), environment (320), modeling (8), species (30), statistics (125)

#### In the Classroom

Teachers eager to spread enthusiasm for true scientific inquiry and use of mathematical tools in the sciences may want to select one of these tools to extend their regular curriculum. Share it on a projector so students are not overwhelmed with the college-level material at first.

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### Math Teachers Activities and Ideas Page for Calculator Activities

7 to 12

If you are ready for some hands-on technology in your math class, try this collection of lesson ideas for using TI calculators(or TI SMARTview on an interactive whiteboard). Requires...more
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If you are ready for some hands-on technology in your math class, try this collection of lesson ideas for using TI calculators(or TI SMARTview on an interactive whiteboard). Requires graphing calculator(s). The site is plain-vanilla, but the content is good. Most activities include both student sheets and also Teacher Notes and Explanations. Includes most high school math subjects and many middle school, as well. Even includes problem-solving strategies. The activities are separated by calculator model, so you can be certain you have an activity that works on your calculators. This collection was created by a high school/college teacher in Ohio, not Texas Instruments.

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### S.O.S. Math CyberExams - MathMedics

9 to 12
Send your students to this site for interactive practice with math concepts ranging from algebra to differential equations. These "cyber exams" provide instant feedback and multiple...more
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Send your students to this site for interactive practice with math concepts ranging from algebra to differential equations. These "cyber exams" provide instant feedback and multiple chances to rethink incorrect responses. Browse the choices for the topic that matches your curriculum.

tag(s): quiz (84), quizzes (104)

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Include this link on your teacher web page for outside practice and skill reinforcement.

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### Web Math - Web Math

1 to 12
This math site is filled with interactive demonstrations that address a huge array of math concepts - from the most basic early elementary skills to algebra, trigonometry, and calculus....more
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This math site is filled with interactive demonstrations that address a huge array of math concepts - from the most basic early elementary skills to algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. Select a topic or age group and then browse through the offerings. "Math for Everyone," an especially useful link for older students, offers authentic math problems related to figuring out tips, simple and compound interest, and the cost of electricity. Beware of the "Ask an Expert" feature - a fee is involved in receiving a solution, but past questions and answers can be viewed free of charge.

tag(s): operations (119)

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### Hypermath

8 to 12
This is truly a unique math resource. A concept map on the home page serves as an interactive navigational system for the site which focuses on trigonometry, calculus, differential...more
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This is truly a unique math resource. A concept map on the home page serves as an interactive navigational system for the site which focuses on trigonometry, calculus, differential equations, algebra, geometry, exponents, and more. Formulas, functions, and examples stress basic mathematical principles and fundamental understanding. A great site for refreshing or reinforcing math skills.

tag(s): exponents (44)

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### Graphics for the Calculus Classroom

10 to 12
This site provides first year calculus students and teachers with a collection of helpful graphics illustrating a variety of important concepts including differentials and differences,...more
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This site provides first year calculus students and teachers with a collection of helpful graphics illustrating a variety of important concepts including differentials and differences, Archimedes calculation of pi, the number e, secants and tangents, and much more. Each graphic is accompanied by an overview and description.

tag(s): pi (28)

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### Karl's Calculus Tutor

10 to 12
Here's an unusually complete online calculus resource. It includes step-by-step presentation text, written in conversational style, along with a toolkit of interactive calculators and...more
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Here's an unusually complete online calculus resource. It includes step-by-step presentation text, written in conversational style, along with a toolkit of interactive calculators and graphing resources. Add to that an e-mail based Q&A feature and the site becomes a sort of one-stop shopping for online calculus instruction.

tag(s): equations (153)

#### In the Classroom

The site could supplement a secondary course, or it could be used for individual study in situations where a face-to-face class is not available.