# Math Websites

Fun Kids Online Math Games. "Sheppard offers everything from early math to pre-algebra.

The lessons include interactive activities to practice concepts. Students can shoot fruit, pop balloons, and even play math man (the math version of pac man!). Fractions, place value, money, and basic operations are some of the areas that are covered. Check it out at " --Shannon Jakeman , sjakeman.blogspot.com "Online math games, like the ones that you'll find for free at Sheppard Software, provide a valuable opportunity for children to learn a great deal while they're having fun. It can be very difficult for parents to find productive and worthwhile activities for children on the Internet; however fun online math games do offer a wonderful alternative.

This free section of Sheppard Software was written for children. From the main page parents or children will find a simple and easy to navigate menu featuring the different levels of math games and the various math concepts that are available.

## Statistics

Zearn Math: A Comprehensive K-5 Math Learning Experience. Math Lessons. Collective Action to Develop Awareness: Equity & Social Justice in Mathematics Education_2. Statistics Teacher Network. Welcome!

The Statistics Teacher Network is a newsletter published twice a year by the American Statistical Association - National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Joint Committee on Curriculum in Statistics and Probability for Grades K-12. We need your letter, announcements, articles, and information about what is happening in statistics education! STN Editor Angela L. E. Walmsley, Concordia University Wisconsin pastpresident@pdkwa.org Associate Editors Corey Andreasen, North High School, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Derek Webb, Bemidji State University Doug Rush, Saint Louis University Jessica Cohen, Western Washington University Rebecca Pierce, Ball State University A BRIEF HISTORY In 1967, the ASA/NCTM Joint Committee on the Curriculum in Statistics and Probability for grades K-12 was created by the American Statistical Association and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Math and the Mind's Eye, Elementary FREE. Math and the Mind's Eye (MME) units are a great way to introduce and extend visual models.

This versatile collection can be taught in sequence or used individually as needed to supplement any curriculum. Hands-on explorations are easily adapted to fit changing classroom situations, diverse student backgrounds, and various grade levels. Each unit contains four to twelve activities that use models, manipulatives, sketches, and diagrams to develop and reinforce mathematical concepts and processes. See also Math and the Mind's Eye, Secondary. For more information about manipulatives and optional items see Component Detail Reference Chart. NEW: View overall correlations to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Content. Math and the Mind's Eye downloadable PDFs were developed from printed archival masters. MathNEXUS: Mathematics Portal. Real World Math - Home.

IL Stats - Home. Mathedout. Freudenthal Institute.

## Math Videos

Big Ideas Learning. WISELearn Resources. Guest WISELearn Resources.

Algebra. Yummy Math. Secondary Math Videos. Toticity Maths Resources. Interactive Maths - The Interactive Way to Teach Mathematics - Home. MEI GCSE Mathematics Extension Materials. Dan Meyer's Three-Act Math Tasks. Computing Technology for Math Excellence. Primary mathematics teaching resources. MIT BLOSSOMS. 3rd Grade Math Resources Online. Math Reads. Common Core Mathematics Library. Braingenie. Blog. Communicating in the Math Classroom: Part 1 Comments (0)By Shelby Strong, posted July 4, 2016 – Walk down the halls of most schools, and you’ll no doubt hear students talking.

In English language arts, or ELA, classrooms, students may be heard discussing an author’s intent or characterization. In social studies classrooms, there may be debate on events that lead to war or the resulting fallout. During science class, students collaborate in labs and compare their results. Knowledge is acquired through active participation in classroom discussions. Reel ’Em In Comments (0)By Tim McCaffrey, posted June 20, 2016 – In my previous post, I proposed the simple idea of reversing the roles of the Gradual Release of Responsibility Model. Rethinking the Gradual Release of Responsibility Model Comments (0)By Tim McCaffrey, posted June 6, 2016 – Does “I do—we do—you do” ring a bell? No Heads: The Juicy Middle of Real Word Problems. Because children enjoy using their minds. Excel in math and science. Calculators and Education Technology by Texas Instruments - US and Canada.

Math As A Second Language. MATH IN PLAIN ENGLISH. Math Bits Secondary Math Resources with the Common Core. MathNEXUS: Mathematics Portal. For the past 29 years, I have taught a mathematics history course, and was even the creator of the course at my university.

During this time, I have learned not only a great amount of the history of mathematics, but also have gained experience on how to integrate math history ideas into my normal teaching of mathematics. In an attempt to share some of this gained knowledge and experiences, I now announce the release of a new website Teaching Mathematics History.

It is a collection of materials directed at either teaching a math history class or including math history ideas in other math courses. FREE resources that are being made available: MathNEXUS: Mathematics Portal. Every child can learn math and love it! Radio 4 - 5 Numbers - Index. CME Project. About the Program.

The CME Project, developed by EDC’s Center for Mathematics Education and published by Pearson, is a coherent, four-year, NSF-funded high school mathematics program designed around how knowledge is organized and generated within mathematics: the themes of algebra, geometry, and analysis. The CME Project sees these branches of mathematics not only as compartments for certain kinds of results, but also as descriptors for methods and approaches—the habits of mind that determine how knowledge is organized and generated within mathematics itself. As such, they deserve to be centerpieces of a curriculum, not its by-products. The Program’s Structure. The CME Project uses the traditional American structure of algebra, geometry, advanced algebra, and precalculus.

Core Principles. Habits of mind. Research on CME Project. Lessons. NASA: Practical Uses of Math And Science (PUMAS) Put your students in a pickle! Fun math for kids. MacTutor History of Mathematics. Shodor: A National Resource for Computational Science Education. Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles. Math Games - HOODA MATH - over 100 Math Games. Coping With Math Anxiety.

What Is Math Anxiety?