MISCELLANEOUS

B. J. PINCHBECK’S HOMEWORK HELPER WEBSITE at
http://tristate.pgh.net/~pinch13/
A student, B. J. Pinchbeck, and his dad provide a great collection of over 340 sites on the Internet designed to help students with their homework.

CALCULUS AND MATHEMATICA HOMEPAGE at http://www-cm.math.uiuc.edu/
If you are using or want to use Mathematica, this will help you get started by providing new ideas, lessons, and resources.

CNET.com - Demos, shareware & freeware for PC & Mac at http://download.cnet.com/downloads
(Go to math & science for software).

CYBERMATH at http://www.cybermath.com/
Waterloo Maple’s Cybermath offers an interactive way of exploring and exchanging mathematical ideas.

FERMAT'S LAST TANGO
http://www.claymath.org/events/fermatslasttango.htm
A musical comedy on DVD and CD based on the story of Andrew Wiles wrestling with the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem.

KIDS HOTLIST at http://sln.fi.edu/tfi/hotlists/kids.html
Materials developed solely by kids. It is interesting and covers more than just mathematics information.

R. MATH at http://forum.swarthmore.edu/dr.math/dr-math.html
Ask questions and have them answered across all levels of education. You choose the level and the subject to see the questions that have been asked and answered.

MATH IN THE MOVIES at http://world.std.com/~reinhold/mathmovies.html

MOTIVATE MATH VIDEO CONFERENCING at http://motivate.maths.org
Links professional mathematicians with primary and secondary schools throughout the UK and around the world. It enables students to take part in live conferences with world-class mathematicians and other speakers from a math background.

NATIONAL USA CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS http://www.nces.ed.gov/practitioners/
The site has areas designed expressly for K-12 parents, administrators, teachers, policymakers, and librarians.

PBS MATHLINE at http://www.pbs.org/teachersource/math/about.html
PBS Mathline is a teacher-resource service of public television utilizing the power of
telecommunications to provide quality resources and services to teachers of mathematics, grades K—12.

WEB66: A K12 WORLD WIDE WEB PROJECT at http://web66.coled.umn.edu/
The Web66 project is designed to facilitate the introduction of Internet technology into K—12 classes. It provides a global perspective as well as hours of fun searches. Web66 will also walk you through the Inter0net and describe how to find resources.

Web66 at http://web66.coled.umn.edu/Schools/Lists/Math.html
This page provides links to multiple schools that have math home pages and to state-level home pages devoted to mathematics.

WORLD CLASS ARENA at http://www.worldclassarena.org
Look at New Angles for innovative teaching and assessment materials to use with gifted and talented students in mathematics.