GENERAL MATHEMATICS SITES
CHAOS AND FRACTALS at
(Various freeware programs for Koch curve, Mandelbrot & Julia sets, Fractal landscapes, Sierpinski triangle, Dragon Curve, etc. Unfortunately only for Apple Macintosh.)
FEDERAL RESOURCES FOR EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCEMATHEMATICS at http://www.ed.gov/free/s-math.html
Organized by the U.S. Department of Education, this site provides a lengthy list of links to free resources that support mathematics education and are available to teachers and students.
FIBONACCI & PASCAL'S TRIANGLE at http://www.enc.org/redirect/dd/?dd_id=1121
Contains a host of facts and figures about mathematical topics such as Pascal's triangle, Fibonacci numbers, and the Golden Section, as well as the connections between the concepts.
FRACTALS at http://spanky.triumf.ca/
Gives information about what is new in fractal geometry. There is a collection of interactive software, fractal programs, and images. It is a good site to explore what fractals can really do.
FRIEDMAN'S MATH MAGIC
INTERMATH at http://www.intermath-uga.gatech.edu/
KEY ISSUES FOR THE MATH COMMUNITY at http://forum.swarthmore.edu/social/index.html
Key Issues: Key questions, key problems and opportunities, equity and access, minorities and mathematics, women and mathematics, the job marker and new teachers, mathematics and the public policy, public understanding of mathematics and ethical guidelines of the American Mathematical Society.
MATHPAPERS at http://www.mathpapers.net/ provide Math Term papers, Math Worksheets, Math Lesson Plans, Math Problems & Essays.
NAEPTHE NATIONS REPORT CARD at http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard
The home of the National Assessment of Educational Progress, this site features the results and analyses of past NAEP tests at the fourth, eighth, and twelfth grade levels, as well as sample items, news articles, and links to other mathematics education websites.
NASA LEWIS LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES K12 CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS at http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/Other_GroupsK-12/classproject.html
Assorted resource center activities can be accessed through this site, along with NASAS computer workshop teacher projects.
NCTM Standards at http://www.enc.org/reform/journals/ENC2280/nf_280dtoc1.html
All of 1989 NCTM curriculum Standards are available on-line at this site.
THE NUMEROSCOPEPAUL BURCHARD at http://www.woodrow.org/teachers/math/numeroscope/
The Numeroscope is a multimedia, interactive laboratory for exploring number systems that form the basis for mathematical cryptography.
THE MATHEMATICS OF CARTOGRAPHY at http://math.rice.edu/~lanius/pres/map/
Cynthia Lanius Web page discusses how maps are used and gives examples of different kinds of maps. It covers history of maps and math topics related to cartography, including lines, points, areas, coordinates, etc.
SAMI MATH CURRICULUM at http://www.learner.org/sami/
This site is designed to be a road map to many other mathematics education sites.
SHOW-ME CENTER at http://showmecenter.missouri.edu/
The Show-Me Center, in partnership with five NSF-sponsored middle grades curriculum development satellites and their publishers, provides information and resources needed to
support selection and implementation of standards-based middle grades mathematics curricula.
SPROTTS FRACTAL GALLERY at http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/fractals.html
A new fractal is generated each day by the author, Julien C. Sprott. The site also contains an archive of previous fractals and links to other resources.
STANDARDS FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS (INSTRUCT HOMEPAGE) at
This site is intended to introduce the reader to the NCTM Standards for teaching mathematics as found in the Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics (1991).
THE WELL CONNECTED EDUCATOR at http://www.techlearning.com/
A publishing center and forum at which administrators, parents, and others write about educational technology, join in conversations, and learn from one another.