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  1. Everyday Mathematics, Grade 1 - Student Math Journal, Volume 2 by University of Chicago, 2007
  2. Math Trailblazers (Student Guide, Grade 3)
  3. Everyday Mathematics: Student Math Journal : Purple by WrightGroup/McGraw-Hill, 2002-08
  4. Everyday Mathematics: Student MathVolume 2 (Grade 4)
  5. How to Teach Math to Black Students by Shahid Muhammad, 2003-09
  6. Classroom Discussions: Using Math Talk to Help Students Learn, Grades 1-6 by Suzanne H. Chapin, Catherine O'Connor, et all 2003-07-01
  7. Math Expressions Student Activity Book Volume 1 Houghton Mifflin by Dr. Karen C Fuson, 2006
  8. Everyday Mathematics, Grade 2: Student Math Journal, Vol. 2 by Max Bell, 2006-04
  9. Everyday Mathematics, Grade 3 - Student Math Journal, Volume 1 by University of Chicago, 2007
  10. Saxon Math 1 Student Workbook, Part 1, Second Edition by Nancy Larson, 2004
  11. Teaching Language Arts, Math, & Science to Students With Significant Cognitive Disabilities
  12. Everyday Mathematics: Student Math Journal 2 (Grade 5)
  13. Maths: A Student's Survival Guide: A Self-Help Workbook for Science and Engineering Students by Jenny Olive, 2003-09-29
  14. Bello, Topics In Contemporary Math Student Solutions Manual 9e

161. MUREP Homepage
Dedicated to the support and advancement of underrepresented students in the fields of math, science, engineering, and technology.
Make sure to use Javascript Enabled Browser! Last Updated 04/01/2004 Highlights Search MUREP Site Info Site Curator: NASA Peer
Review Services
Responsible NASA
Official: Mabel Jones
Technical Assistance

162. The Roleplay Workshop: Title
Offers day camp for ages 10 and up and oneweek camping trips for ages 13 and up. While participating in a roleplaying game, students practice basic math, learn ecology, anthropology, organizational skills, and how to work with each other. Rates, dates, and printable registration form.
The Roleplay Workshop
Summer Programs
What Is The Abantey Program? Contact Us
Our Location and how to reach us News
What's new The News Letter
Monthly updates about Abantey For Parents
Especially for parents For Kids
Especially for kids After School
After School Programs Summer
Summer Programs Special
Special Programs Schedules
When things are happening Guest List
Sign our guest list About Us Meet the Staff San Francisco Bay Area, Roleplay Workshop summer programs for youth ages 10 to 18 that include day camps and week long away camps. Information What is a Role Playing Game? What is Abantey? Why The Roleplay Workshop? Summer Programs Summer Day Camp Summer Camping Trips Extended Care Enrollment Form Summer-Day Camp The summer Roleplay program is offered during the traditional summer break (mid-June through the end of August) It features consecutive one week sessions where students work with their group to accomplish their goals. The sessions last all day, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. The student spend their lunch break outside and participate in low-impact team sports such as frisbee and capture the flag. The cost for the summer program is $200 per week, plus a non-refundable deposit of $25 per week due with sign-up. Generally, students are encouraged to sign up for the entire week, but we are flexible enough to accommodate the changing schedules families have over the summer. Please contact The Roleplay Workshop to discuss any special scheduling needs that you may have.

163. Preparing For Graduate School
agreed to act as special advisor to students going to graduate school in your field. Specifically for mathematics if you complete the Colby math major, you
I want my P H D!
(From The Mudd Pi ; revised, September 1998) Every once in a while, students ask me what they should do to prepare for graduate school. What will help one get accepted? What will help one do well once accepted? Here is an attempt at answering some of the usual questions, which reflect both my own experience and the consensus of those I've talked to in the department. Which courses should I take? The most important courses are the ones that are about core subjects in mathematics (or computer science, or statistics, or...). For mathematics, these would be courses on real analysis, abstract algebra, complex analysis, and so on. For statistics or other statistics-related fields, the crucial course is, of course, mathematical statistics. The best thing here is to use the knowledge of our faculty: talk to your advisor and to the faculty member who has agreed to act as "special advisor" to students going to graduate school in your field. Specifically for mathematics: if you complete the Colby math major, you'll have been exposed to many of the ideas you'll be expected to know. But to make yourself attractive you should try to go well beyond the major requirements. Elective courses that will be helpful include Advanced Calculus (this isn't a course that many math majors take, but it's really quite useful background for a course in Manifolds or in Differential Geometry), Number Theory, Complex Analysis, Topology, and any "Topics" courses you can take, plus as much independent study as possible. An honors thesis also looks good.

164. Singapore Math, Singapore Bookstore, Singapore Education, Singapore Maths, Singa
Free English and math online educational and leisure resources, books, worksheets, stories, club memberships and other freebies for students, teachers, parents and home tutors.
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165. Kumon Math And Reading Center:
Kumon offers afterschool supplemental education programs for students of all ages. The Kumon Method helps kids reach their full potential.

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Welcome Welcome to the Sunnyvale Central and Santa Clara Central Kumon Math and Reading Centers!
Kumon is an after-school math and reading program that employs a unique learning method designed to help each child develop the skills needed to perform to his or her full potential. It is also the largest and most established program of its kind in the world.
Kumon empowers students to reach their full potential by helping them to master, step by step, the skills and knowledge they need for success in higher level math and reading comprehension. Through individualized programs and repeated practice, Kumon students learn independent learning and how to solve problems with both speed and accuracy.
Kumon Math and Reading Centers offer the premier after-school supplemental education program.
May 2004
No Class 5/29/2004: Memorial Holiday 5/31/2004: Memorial Holiday Santa Clara Central Hours Mondays: 3:30pm - 7:00pm Wednesdays: 3:30pm - 7:00pm Sunnyvale Central Hours Tuesdays: 3:00pm - 6:00pm Thursdays: 3:00pm - 6:00pm Saturdays: 2:00pm - 4:00pm Kumon Math Challenge 2004 The Kumon Math Challenge is an annual summer competition for children in grades 1 through 10. Your child doesn’t have to be a Kumon student to enter. Kids get to challenge their math skills and vie for scholarships awarded by Kumon. The event is open to the public and takes place at 29 universities across the United States and Canada. The top 10 students in each grade level will be awarded scholarships ranging from $100 to $1,200.

166. David Essner Mathematics Competition
Annual competition among the secondary school students of MiamiDade County in Florida with results and past problems.
David Essner Mathematics Competition
The David Essner Mathematics Competition was established as a memorial to David Essner and is sponsored by the Essner Family and the University of Miami Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. Since the academic year 1981-1982 it has been an annual competition among the secondary school students of Miami-Dade County in Florida .
For further information about the exams please contact: Paul McDougle
Department of Mathematics
University of Miami
Coral Gables, FL 33124

167. Exploring Our Universe:
Education kits on astronomy and the FUSE satellite are designed to help secondary school students develop an understanding of how what they learn in science and math classes relates to the world in which they live, and how it applies to modern science and technology.
A series of educational kits
for students and teachers

Produced by the
FUSE Public Outreach and Education Program Exploring Our Universe:
From the Classroom to Outer Space
INTRODUCTION I. Spectroscopy: The Study Of Light II. ... The FUSE Satellite
This series of Educational Kits, ``Exploring Our Universe: From The Classroom to Outer Space'' is being developed as an initiative of the FUSE (Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer) Project's Public Outreach and Education Program. The purpose of these education kits is to help secondary school students develop an understanding of how what they learn in science and math classes relates to the world in which they live, and how it applies to modern science and technology. The first kit, ``Spectroscopy: The Study of Light'' , focuses on how astronomers study and use light to learn about the universe: its origin, its evolution, and its fate. This puts basic concepts about light and the electromagnetic spectrum into a practical and exciting context. The second kit, The FUSE Satellite: Observing form Space , focuses on the science and mathematics of the satellite itself, allowing students to learn by solving problems related to the operation of a real satellite. Both kits relate classroom activities to an on-going NASA mission and provide the opportunity to follow important, exciting events.

168. German Study Aids And Math Shortcuts
A teacher's site for his students in the areas of German, math, science, and driver education. This site has study guides and is supported with links to related resources.
A Teacher's Perspective of the Web
Guten Tag!
Presently my teaching responsibilities include Algebra, German, and Driver Ed. I have been teaching since 1975 and have been at Patton Jr. High School, Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas since 1981. Education is something I deem as a liberating tool that grants one opportunities otherwise unknown. Therefore I have a broad range of study and experiences that took me through Allen County Community College (AA, 1971), Kansas State University (BS, 1975), Manhattan Christian College, Justus Liebig Universität in Giessen, Germany, University of Kansas, Emporia State University (MS, 1985) and several other schools for specific interests. While in Germany (1973-74, 1977-81), in addition to teaching, I was a tour escort and a member of an Alpine climbing group in Neu Ulm. My interests are widely varied and include theology, all things German, the human psyche, antique/classic vehicles (see my pic link to view my 1952 Chevy pickup , an off-frame restoration project completed in 1994), reading for information, and computer technology.           The love to learn new and different things and how they interrelate is the legacy I hope to transfer to my students. In saying that, I must add that our choice today is the same, although tainted, as it was for Adam and Eve: the choice of knowledge and independence weighed against the choice of wisdom. Man nearly always chooses self-determination; but it must always be balanced with wisdom! Knowledge alone, whether actual or presumed, does not equate to the self-actualization we desire. It merely remains the means to hopefully an accomplished end.

169. Math Word Problems For Children
has over 12,000 interactive and noninteractive NCTM compliant math word problems for com is the website for busy teachers, eager students, and involved parents
House of Math Word Problems for Children

Welcome to
Math Stories com The goal of this math website is to help elementary and middle school children boost their math problem solving and critical-thinking skills. has over 12,000 interactive and non-interactive NCTM compliant math word problems for children to enjoy! Word problems are available in both English and Spanish. Math Stories com Math Stories com is the website for busy teachers, eager students, and involved parents. Math Stories com is comprehensive and easy to navigate.
Aligned with state standards Covers all 5 major math strands in word problems Includes daily warm-ups covering all 5 math strands Includes critical thinking problems/open-ended problems Incorporates over 5 years of teachers' feedback and field trials. Content updated weekly. Includes Thematic Problems (i.e. nursery rhymes, holidays, children's books, history and science) Classified according to grades and topics ( place value, number line, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, estimation, measurement, perimeter, area, volume, patterns and relationships, multi-step, data analysis, graphs, pictographs, writing number and algebraic sentences, fractions, time/rate, percentage, ratio, probability, geometry, Venn diagrams, negative/positive numbers, algebra, etc. ) The math word problems are available to members only. If you would like to become a member, three kinds of memberships are available: English version, Spanish version and English + Spanish version.

This teacherdesigned program boasts nearly 400 pages of standards-based content and is a cost-effective way for Pennsylvania school districts to help prepare their students for the PSSA tests.
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171. Math And Science Activities From Jefferson Lab
For five consecutive days during school hours, classes of 6th grade students and their teachers participate in science and math activities conducted with
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is a program in which classes of 6th, 7th and 8th grade students are exposed to the scientific environment of Jefferson Lab. For five consecutive days during school hours, classes of 6th grade students and their teachers participate in science and math activities conducted with Jefferson Lab staff. The students return to the lab in the 7th and 8th grades for additional activities which reinforce their 6th grade experience. Feel free to copy and alter these activities for use in your class. 6th Grade Background Materials Vocabulary List What is Matter? What is Jefferson Lab? Careers at Jefferson Lab ... Periodic Table of Elements Puzzles and Games BEAMS Word Search Element Word Search Geometry Word Search BEAMS Bingo ... BEAMS Spelling Search Lab Activities A Different Way of Measuring Cold Stuff Design and Engineering Electrostatics ... Technology 7th Grade Lab Activities Bridges Paper Towers Silent Communication Straw Structures Tangrams 8th Grade Lab Activities Diffraction Electromagnets Wind Power Work and Power Other Activities Atoms and Elements All About Atoms Element BINGO Element Word Search Interactive Table of Elements ... What is Matter?

172. Maritime Mathematics Competition
Open to all high school students in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island.
The 7 th Annual Maritime Mathematics Competition A Mathematics Competition open to all students enrolled full-time in any High School in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island. The competition is designed to foster interest in Mathematics, increase public awareness of Mathematics and encourage students to develop mathematical and problem solving skills.
DATE: The morning of Tuesday, March 25, 2003 LOCATION: In the High Schools DURATION: Three hours FORMAT: 6 challenging (and fun!) Mathematical problems requiring written solutions. (No knowledge of Mathematics beyond High School curriculum is required.) No calculators are allowed. PRIZES: There will be $800 in prizes awarded to the top five finishers in each province as well as the top three finishers in the region. For more information, please contact David Horrocks Sponsored by: The Canadian Mathematical Society Coordinated by: the APICS Mathematics and Statistics Committee
Previous Competition Papers





173. Evaluating Math Games
One of you will take the roll of teacher, looking for the math content, difficulty not just use a book? The final role is of a student concentrating primarily

Game Links

Teaching Tips
Jennafer A. Loosli
Menlo Atherton High School. CA

Shall we play a game? A math game, that is. We are going to explore the vast world of games (educational) on the net. In fact, there is so much fun out there that we need to be a little selective. Your group will be playing "educational" math games and deciding which ones are worth recommending and which ones are just junk. Now, of course, people have different opinions on what makes a game "fun" or "boring" or "educational" or "worthwhile" so you will be evaluating the games from several perspectives. One of you will take the roll of teacher, looking for the math content, difficulty level, and appropriateness of the game. Another will take the roll of parent concerned with the general educational content and challenging "why not just use a book?" The final role is of a student concentrating primarily on the graphics and actual enjoyment of the game. After playing around a bit you will compile your observations and make a recommendation. Your Goal
To evaluate a net-accessable math game AS A TEAM, rating it's success in various categories.

174. College Math Credit Online
Completely online with tests and interactive lessons with enrollment. Designed for Test Prep or students who want to learn Algebra, Geometry and/or Data Interpretation. The course prepares students for; Elm, Gre, Cbest, Sat, and Ged.
These courses are available to anyone
in the public who would like to enroll.
The following classes are offered through
two of the California State Universities
Extended Education departments:
  • Basic Math/ Pre Algebra
  • Elementary Algebra / Algebra l
  • Intermediate Algebra / Algebra ll
  • Plane Geometry

  • Sign up any time of the year
  • Self-paced
  • No campus visits
  • All testing done online
  • No parking fees
  • No books to purchase
  • Homework online
  • You have five months to
    complete each class

175. HOT Math! Hands-on Tasks In The Mathematics Classroom, Resources For Teachers
HandsOn Tasks for the mathematics classroom. Innovative lesson ideas to activate students (age group 14 yrs).
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176. International Mathematics Competition For University Students
Information on past and future competitions, contest results and problems.
International Mathematics Competition for University Students
The IMC is an annual International Mathematics Competition for university students
Click here to enter - Register your domain name

177. Texas A&M One Spirit - Student Stories
to hit the big time,” Patterson said, “and find some other students who are trying to find their place in academics, get them interested in math, and make

178. Welcome To MacShareWare! Your Resource For Math & Science Shareware
Internet reference library to assist K12 educators, parents and students in finding Macintosh math and science-related shareware, freeware, commercialware, and appropriate websites. Also includes items for a Teacher's Toolbox, including gradebooks. Also contains limited references for ESL Adult Phonics shareware.

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180. Brain Teasers
Offers new math puzzles each week. Designed for students in grades 37.
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