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Math Resources for Teachers

- Ask Dr. Math Website

[http://forum.swarthmore.edu/dr.math/]

"You can submit your K-12 math question using the above link or by sending e-mail to dr.math@forum.swarthmore.edu. Tell us what you know about your problem, and where you're stuck and think we might be able to help you. Dr. Math will reply to you via e-mail, so please be sure to send us the right address. K-12 questions usually include what people learn in the U.S. from the time they're five years old through when they're about eighteen. "

- Math Central Website

[http://MathCentral.uregina.ca/index.html]

This Website includes a variety of math-related resources, including a teacher talk section, a mathematics resource room, mathematical quandaries and queries, and a bulletin board for posting project announcements and questions.

- The Math Forum Website

[http://forum.swarthmore.edu/]

Includes a showcase of current math projects, a search feature for any math resources on the Internet, a list of math resources by subject, and key issues in math education.

- The Geometry Center

[http://www.geom.umn.edu/]

"The Geometry Center is a mathematics research and education center at the University of Minnesota. It is funded by the National Science Foundation as part of the Science and Technology Center program. The Center has a unified mathematics computing environment supporting math and computer science research, mathematical visualization, software development, application development, video animation production, and K-16 math education."

- Virtual Reality Geometry Teacher

[http://www.voicenet.com/~techno/geom.html]

"Welcome to the VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language) Geometry Teacher. The VGT was created in order to help Geometry students learn. One of the problems of traditional geometry is that the book is in 2-D. This impairs many students abilities to understand 3-Dimentional concepts. By actually seeing the figures in 3-D students should be able to understand them better. Below in each of the frames is a 3-D representation of a geometric figure. You can spin them, walk around them, or just let them rotate."

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