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4434Kindergarten Literacy and Math
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This website is a great guide for teachers. It has several interactive links to choose from that cover multiple standards in regards to math and literacy, for grade levels K-12. The contents are broken down into specific concepts, i.e. shapes, counting to 20, addition, etc. each topic has a variety sites to choose from. The sites are interactive, fun, an easy to navigate. The interactive sites are easy enough for students to complete the activities on their own. This site also offers assessment assistance, and on-line practice modules.National Curve Bank
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A collection of links to sites that discuss famous curves, as well as a wealth of other mathematical topics. Most are a mix of math, history, and computer graphics. Source code is usually available.VIRGINIA SCIENCE ACTIVITIES, MODELS & SIMULATIONS (SAMS)
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The Virginia Science Activities, Models and Simulations project engages students in middle and high school in practices that are essential for learning science through inquiry. The activities involve asking questions or defining problems, using models or sensors, collecting data, interpreting results, using mathematics, technology and computational thinking, constructing explanations and designing solutions based on evidence.These activities, models and simulations are correlated to the 2010 Science Standards of Learning and Curriculum Framework and are also organized by standard as stand-alone tools.Why Was the Computer Invented When It Was?
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This web site gives a detailed account of why the modern-day electronic computer emerged at a particular time in history.Application of Java applets as a tool for creating interactive content for e-learning and evaluation in mathematics
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Summary This paper presents concrete suggestions on improving teaching, especially mathematics and other natural and social sciences. Java applets are presented as tools for creating interactive content for e-learning as modern methods of teaching that directly affect the quality of the teaching process. In addition to creating quality interactive content, applets are presented in this paper as tools for evaluating the teaching of mathematics, and they also have application in the customer support students in the form of virtual classrooms and laboratories. This paper presents the possibilities of Java applets and their in-implementing systems for e-learning. Conducted the research readiness teachers and students for a modern approach to teaching math and also made an analysis of student achievement after the inclusion of interactive content in the form of applets and applications of the course which was developed within the system for e-learning.Engineering Pathway
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The Engineering Pathway is a portal to high-quality teaching and learning resources in engineering, applied science and math, computer science/information technology, and engineering technology. EP is designed for use by K-12 and university educators and students. The K-12 engineering curriculum uses engineering as a vehicle for the integration of hands-on science and mathematics through real-world designs and applications that inspire the creativity of youth. Users may find K-12 engineering lessons and activities as well as professional development opportunities and research findings. Higher education resources are discovered by multiple criteria including discipline, audience, resource type, title, author/creator, special topics, or by selected collection. Higher education community resources include support for ABET accreditation, research and scholarship, curricula development and extracurricular activities for students. The Engineering Pathway's goal is to provide resources that help teachers, parents, faculty, and practicing engineers to inspire more of today's students to follow an engineering path as their way to understand and improve the world.Integration Wiris Tools with System for e-learning as a way of Improving the Teaching of Mathematic
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INTEGRACIJA WIRIS ALATA SA SISTEMOM ZA E-UČENJE KAO NAČIN UNAPREĐENJA NASTAVE MATEMATIKEApstrakt: U ovom radu je naveden predlog kako unaprediti nastavu matematike pa su u okviru istog razmatrane mogućnosti Wiris alata za kreiranje testova u nastavi matematike. Alat se može lako implementirati u odgovarajući sistem za elektronsko učenje. Wiris alat kao krajnji proizvod izvozi aplete odnosno simulacije. Navedene su metode i postupci provere i ocenjivanje kao i mogućnosti dostupnog alata za ocenjivanje. Dati su i konkretni primeri upotrebe Wiris alata za ocenjivanje u nastavi matematike kao što su npr. izrada testova sa višestrukim odgovorom i sa drugim tipovima pitanja.Learning Objects for Introductory Programming
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These learning objects have been developed at London Metropolitan University by staff in the Learning Technology Research Institute (LTRI) and Department for Computing, Communications Technology & Mathematics, and at Bolton Institute. Their development has been supported by the HEA centre for Information and Computer Science.They have been developed as part of a project to help tackle a significant educational problem: the teaching and learning of introductory programming. There were two primary concerns in developing the learning objects: they should be pedagogically effective, and they should be maximally reusable.The project has developed:innovative principles for authoring learning objects a set of learning objects that embody rich pedagogical techniques such as interactive visualisation and scaffolding a version of the objects to be used on a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA). The learning objects have been used by over 1,000 students in two academic years at London Metropolitan University, and Bolton Institute of Higher Education. In the first year there were marked improvements in student pass rates, which were largely sustained in the second year. Their use has been thoroughly evaluated, and some of the evaluation data and the module results are presented on the Evaluation page. The objects won a European Academic Software Award in 2004.math DL
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MathDL is an NSDL Pathway Project created and maintained by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). It is a combination and extension of the previous MathDL, a collection within NSDL, and the earlier MAA Pathway Project, Math Gateway. It combines many features of the earlier two projects. These features include:Mathematics Pipeline Digital Repository
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Overview of Digital Repository on the Mathematics Pipeline Better alignment across CSU math departments and developmental math departments can increase student success. This repository of materials is designed for department chairs and developmental math directors and math advisors to better understand the "math pipeline." We have examined key steps in the pipeline. Site Content * What is the Math Pipeline? * ELM * Math Proficiency and Analytics * Early Start and Early Assesment Program * Math Placement Tests MPT * Online Tutoring for Mathematics * Useful Tools for Online Course Design * Math Pedagogy Sites * On Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Learning Mathematics * The Achievement Gap in Mathematics * Common Core Standards * Using Diagnostics and Assessment for Better Student Outcomes * Why do students fail the ELM? * Opening the Gateway to STEM * Statway and other stat programs Werner Horn, Chair of Mathematics, CSUN Carol Shubin, Professor of Mathematics, CSUN Funded by NSF, CSUN Provost's Office, and CSU Chancelllor's Office