This site is made up of 379 math links where the user can search, browse or contribute by sending comments and suggestions of great websites.
Type of Material:
This site can be used in class, at home, or for individual learning.
It works on all browsers including smart phones and does not require any plug-ins, Java, HTML, and Flash.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
To provide a collection of the most useful math links. The goal of this site is to make it easier for math teachers and students to find all math links to sites in one website.
Target Student Population:
Grades: K-12 and college students.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
User needs to know how to use a search engine, and basic knowledge of mathematics.
The collection contains different math subjects, games, videos and reference materials.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
The site is engaging because it provides sites with specific mathematical subjects, math games and videos.
The last time the collection had an addition was in 2011. Thus, there might be new collections with better links.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
The collection can be use in class so students can search a specific mathematical topic. The site provides a search bar titled “Jump to Knot #” which makes it easier for the user to revisit a math link instead of search all math links to find the needed one.
Other Issues and Comments:
An excellent collection for the student and the teacher.
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