I read this site and some of it's links. I think that it is important to incorporate the history of math into the lesson plan. I feel less resentful of math, for some reason, when I know of its history and where it came from as well as the great efforts the mathematicians made to bring us this knowledge.
I found this site to be very informative; I know more about Archimedes now than I ever did before. This site showed me how and why certain concepts are so useful and important. The site presents its material in as accurate a way as historical documents will let them. I think that the information on this site is educationally significant because history is a big part of learning. I think that students should know where their lessons are coming from and how it applies to everyday life and this is something that should be taught at a young age. I think that informing the students of the history and mathematicians behind math concepts would help most of them to better appreciate what they are learning and this will enhance they're growth academically. This site was very user friendly. I appreciate the author's awareness that we're not all math and history savvy, so they highlighted the more difficult vocabulary and in it's own seperate little link provided you with the definitions. This was very helpful. At the very end they also provided you with a number of related links so you can follow up and learn even more material related to the subject.