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Mathematics
This guide contains resources for educators focused on teaching mathematics
the company is providing free access to ClassPad.net, a web-based calculator for calculations, graphing, geometry and statistics. There's also software to emulate Casio's most popular scientific and graphing calculators as well as downloadable calculator activities that teachers can assign for elementary, middle and high schools.
CEMC at Home has been developed to support teachers, students and parents during these challenging times. Most weekdays, they post something for each of four grade levels: Grade 4 to 6, Grade 7/8, Grade 9/10 and Grade 11/12.
This "Learning at Home" program includes videos on math and literacy content taught by teachers and activities to reinforce the lessons and downloadable worksheets.
MATHguide offers a variety of mathematics lessons. Numerous lessons in pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, college algebra, statistics, trigonometry, and calculus are available.
This website was created to assist in building a better conceptual understanding of mathematics through the use of visuals. The images, videos and resources shared here are intended to help all teachers, parents and students understand that Math Is Visual and we should take every opportunity to teach it that way.
Math Teacher Lounge is a video series designed just for K–12 math educators. In each episode, co-hosts Bethany Lockhart Johnson and Dan Meyer chat with guests, digging deep into the math and educational topics you care about.
The aim of this website is to get everybody enjoying their maths a bit more. Whether you are a teacher looking to plan a great series of lessons, or a student looking for some extra help with a topic, hopefully we will have something for you.
This site provides resources for teaching the use of mathematics and statistics. The resources are self-contained and can be used for any lessons where the context or skills are relevant.
A series of math tasks shared by Dan Meyers that give students some fun math problems to solve. Each link takes you to a video as well as a list of the related tasks.