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5 New Math Websites for Teachers. May 22, 2015 Today we have curated for you this list featuring some new math websites.

5 New Math Websites for Teachers

These are recommendations we have received in the mail in the last few weeks but we never had time to review them in separate posts. We invite you to check them out and share with us what you think of them. Recursos matemáticas. A Wonderful Math Website for Students. Prodigy Math Game: Game-Based Learning for the Common Core. March 12, 2015 Game-based learning is a topic we have revisited numerous times on this blog.

Prodigy Math Game: Game-Based Learning for the Common Core

The implications it has on student engagement and learning cannot be overstated. If you have not already experimented with game-based learning with your class, make 2015 the year you do! One program that is doing an unbelievable job of gamifying math is Prodigy Math Game. Prodigy is a free, adaptive math game that integrates 1st to 7th grade math into a fantasy style game that students absolutely love playing. Prodigy’s math content is completely curriculum-aligned and covers standards from the Common Core, MAFs, and TEKS curricula depending on your location. Over 1,000,000 students and 30,000 teachers use Prodigy for free math practice and it’s easy to see why.

“The Prodigy program has been an invaluable tool to my students and me. “What I really love about the Prodigy program is the feedback that I get in terms of what the students know and where they need to improve. A premier source of classroom tested, Internet-based economic lesson materials for K-12 teachers and their students. Excellent Apps and Tools to Enhance Math Understanding. 10 Most Popular (and Free) Math Resources on Curriki. 5 Apps to Boost Math Skills over the Summer. Looking for engaging ways for your students to keep their math skills sharp over the summer?

5 Apps to Boost Math Skills over the Summer

Daily math practice doesn't have to be drill-and-kill. We found five highly engaging math apps that will help kids avoid the "summer slide" in a fun -- and totally painless -- way. 1. Marble Math: In this fantastic app, kids see math problems at the top of the screen, such as "Collect fractions that add up to 2," and then navigate through a maze with a marble to pick up answers to the problem. Skills: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, Roman numerals, decimals, negative numbers, and more --> Why We Like It The tricky mazes are fun to move through and solve. 2. Skills: addition, subtraction, multiplication, negative numbers It engages players with a story line, fun comic book-style art, and interesting sound effects. 3.

Skills: addition, multiplication. National Museum of Mathematics. By Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer At Curriki, we believe that math does not have to be boring.

National Museum of Mathematics

One institution that shares this belief and brings it to life is the National Museum of Mathematics (a.k.a. MoMath) in Manhattan, New York City. Excellent TED Ed Math Talks for Students. Over 800 Free Dynamic Math Worksheets for Teachers. May 28, 2014 Math Aids is undoubtedly a treasure trove of free dynamically created math worksheets.

Over 800 Free Dynamic Math Worksheets for Teachers

It features more than 895 unique worksheets for all grades from kindergarten to grade 12. These worksheets are organized into 74 math topics all of which are accessible through the left hand column. 3 Interactive iPad Math Apps for Primary Grades, That Teachers Can Easily Implement. If you are a primary class mathematics teacher you know that putting the foundation of understanding in place for new mathematics principles can be challenging.

3 Interactive iPad Math Apps for Primary Grades, That Teachers Can Easily Implement

This often involves building on concepts like number systems and arithmetic basics while incorporating new ideas. For example, to teach the concept of square root “√”, you will have to ensure that students are well-equipped with the concepts of multiplication and division. Image source: Ejercicios interactivos. 8 Terrific Math TED Talks. April 16, 2014 TED blog has recently featured a playlist containing 8 talks on Math.

8 Terrific Math TED Talks

Those of you who teach Math or are fans of mathematical thinking ( left brainers) will find this list pretty useful. The speakers in these talks are renowned mathematicians who "breathe life and logic into everyday problems using the logic of math". I am re-sharing these talks below with links to original videos. Click on each title to watch the talk. 14 Excellent YouTube Math Channels for Teachers and Students. February 10, 2014 Since the posting of "20 Great Math Websites for Teachers and Students", I have received some requests from math teachers asking for websites that provide quality math videos.

14 Excellent YouTube Math Channels for Teachers and Students

Upon checking my archive and some other online resources, I deemed it necessary to compile this list of Math YouTube channels to share with you. 20 Great Math Websites for Teachers and Students. January 25, 2014 Below is a list I have been working on for awhile now.

20 Great Math Websites for Teachers and Students

The list features some very useful Math websites specifically handpicked for teachers to use with their students. The initial list I compiled contained over 40 websites but as I reviewed it deeper I decided to take some out and keep the rest here. I invite you to have a look and share with your colleagues. Enjoy. 5 Excellent New Math iPad Apps for Kids. January 23, 2014 Teaching Math fluency for kids is much easier now with these beautiful iPad apps.

5 Excellent New Math iPad Apps for Kids

The apps cover the basic math concepts that kids can learn through hands-on activities, games, and puzzles. I have meticulously selected these apps to share with you here. Great Math Games Resources for Teachers and Students. Some of you have asked for resources on Math games. I have had a look at the archive and come up with the list below. The websites below are a good starting point when looking for challenging and interactive math games for your students and kids. The common thing among all the titles mentioned below is that they are free, student friendly and have a user responsive interface.

32 Math Apps Aligned with Common Core Standards. Welcome to the Mathematics Assessment Project. News New – TRU Math: Teaching for Robust Understanding of Mathematics is a suite of tools for professional develompent and research - the alpha versions of these documents are available here… More International Awards for Team: Hugh Burkhardt and Malcolm Swan, leaders of the Shell Centre team, have been chosen by the International Commission on Mathematical instruction (ICMI) as the first recipients of the Emma Castelnuovo Medal for Excellence in the Practice of Mathematics Education.

This complements the award by ICMI to Alan Schoenfeld of the 2011 Felix Klein Medal for Lifetime Achievement in research. Read more… The project is working to design and develop well-engineered assessment tools to support US schools in implementing the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. MOOC Reviews & Ratings. Mates. Lógico-matemática. The best apps, games, websites, and digital curricula rated for learning. LearnZillion. +300 Herramientas y Recursos Gratuitos Para Crear Materiales Educativos Didacticos #tics #educación. Recursos Web en Matemáticas. Ohio Learning Standards Resources (M-P) Matemáticas. Recursos matemática. Math Resources and Portals. Math Sites & Resources.

Math teacher resources. Maths apps and resources. Maths resources. Karl Fisch Algebra video collection. Fibonacci in Nature. The Fibonacci numbers play a significant role in nature and in art and architecture. We will first use the rectangle to lead us to some interesting applications in these areas. We will construct a set of rectangles using the Fibonacci numbers 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, and 34 which will lead us to a design found in nature. You will need a ruler, protractor, and compass. Start by drawing two, unit squares (0.5 cm is suggested) side by side. Next construct a 2-unit by 2-unit square on top of the two, unit squares. Your construction will look like this: Now, with your compass, starting in the unit squares, construct in each square an arc of a circle with a radius the size of the edge of each respective square (Your arcs will be quarter circles.).

This spiral construction closely approximates the spiral of a snail, nautilus, and other sea shells. We will next consider the use by architects and artists throughout history of the "Golden Ratio" and other geometric shapes based upon these ratios. A-level Maths Revision, GCSE Maths, SAT and IB Math Revision Videos from ExamSolutions. Most Popular Math Fun Facts. For A level students.