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America Counts: Links to technical assistance sites, professional development and other resources.
Balanced Assessment in Mathematics at the Harvard Graduate School of Education: Since 1993, the Balanced Assessment in Mathematics program has been developing innovative mathematics assessment tasks and helping teachers to use them in their classrooms. A more detailed description of the program is available. On this Web site for mathematics educators, you can view our library of 300 assessment tasks for grades K to 12.
Eisenhower National Clearinghouse: Thousands of Web sites for educators and students, categorized by type of site or by subject area.
Explore Math: The lesson plans that provide strategies for educators to introduce ExploreMaths unique multimedia activities into the mathematics classroom, lab, or distance learning curricula.
Maryland Collaborative for Teacher Preparation: Internet resources for mathematics education. Numerous links to educational materials on-line.
Math Forum library: A collection of links to various types of educational materials: audiovisuals (audio, graphics, multimedia, video), courses (course notes, syllabi), educational tools/objects (calculators, computers, games, manipulatives, simulations), lesson plans and activities, problems/puzzles, textbooks.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Teachers Corner: This page lists and links to professional development opportunities, teacher resources and more.
Making Mathematics An opportunity for middle- and high-school students to try their hands at mathematics research. Making Mathematics projects present open-ended questions that engage students for several days, weeks, or even months. Mentored via electronic mail by professional mathematicians, students delve ever more deeply into project-related questions that they themselves raise and the solutions they find. At the ends of projects, students may submit a summary of their work for publication on the Making Mathematics Web site.
Math Forum problems and puzzles: A collection of over a thousand links to various K-12 problem and puzzle sites, classified by topic and level (elementary through high school).
Figure This! Mathematics Challenges for Families provides interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families.
Math Cove: A collection of geometry and graph theory projects that use Java applets.
Mathematics, Science and Technology Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: A collection of applets to assist with learning of geometry, statistics, calculus, and games.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Mathematics: Web-based virtual manipulatives or concept tutorials, mostly in the form of Java applets, for mathematics instruction (K-8 emphasis).