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Mohammed Kaabar (Student)
The Math Forum is one the best websites in mathematics. This website offers several topics in mathematics and mathematics education. In addition, it has many resources such as publications. educational materials, and internetbasedÂ resources. For each mathematics topic, this website offers subtopics, and this gives user an option to select the topic of interest. Finally, this website is highlyÂ recommended for students, researchers, instructors, and other people interested in leaning mathematical sciences.
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Dawn Minami (Student)
and evenually found myself focusing on the Chaos, Fractals and nonlinear
dynamincs sections. I liked the section on "chaos in the classroom" with its
discussion on teaching "the new math" to students. I will most likely use it as
a resource to write a final research paper. However, I think this site is very
comprehensive and could be used as resource for any math topic. It was easy to
use, but I did find several links that were unavailable.
Xylene Dagun (Student)
contains all topics that I never knew could relate to Math. I had to make a
speech for my Math class a couple weeks ago inregarding a topic that has to do
with Math. And It would've been so easy to pick one if I knew that this website
exist. The Math Forum seem to have all the materials anyone would need to relate
math in everything. It explains and makes you understand the topics that you
struggle to comprehend....and also provides links to other math sites which
could also be very helpful. Definitely a website that is recommendable to not
just anyone that loves math but also that wants to learn more.
Lisa Szot (Student)
different materials that would be very useful for students to use inside and
outside of a classroom. I feel that this site offers many different types of
activities that students would really respond to. There are activities that can
help the students to review different topics. There are also activities that
will enable the students to extend their learning. I was impressed by all of the
different activities and topics that the site covered. I feel that there are
many different uses for this site to help make the material more interesting for
students. There are also many ideas for teachers that can help them to convey
different topics. I feel that the site is very easy to use. There are many
different ways to search for material so that you are not spending alot of time
weeding through information that you do not need.
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this is a great place for students to go to challenge themselves. They will
also be able to work with other students and contribute their thoughts.
Dianna Pallack (Student)
math related problem people of all ages could need help on. I spent some time
looking in various places like Geometry , Number Theory, PreCalculus and also I
went to the Education Levels and under Elementary, since i plan to be an
Elementry School teacher I thought i should look at this site. I found puzzels, quizs,
history lessons and interactive games for children. and it seemed like a fun
place to visit and that made a difference on whether or not if i would ever send
my future students to this site. I would recomened this site to those who have
problems with math and want to do better or those who enjoy math and want to
spent some time exploring something they like.
xye dagun (Student)
browsed and try it in an expand of one hour. I consider all the materials given
or presented in this software very effective and helpful in general. Math forum
definitely could enhanced student's learning and faculty's teaching because of
adequate materials in variety of math subjects. I don't see any reason why first
timers would find the software perplexing. I think that this software is
uncomplicated and yet so effectual. Very much recommendable.
Navarro (Student)
useful. The site is basically a search engine or "forum" for math. It
categorizes the math by skill levels from elementary to college, which is very
helpful and easy to search. It then breaks down the math into sections, such as
Algebra, Geometry, History of Math, etc. I will definitely use this site later
in the semester for the math class that I am currently taking.
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detailed and informative. It covers the different types of Algebra such as
Basic, Linear, Modern, etc. The only problem that I found, as with most search
engines, is that you have to sort through some links that may not be helpful,
but are related to your particular search. The good thing is that they do give
you a lot to choose from. Students of all math levels will be able to benefit
from this site and will have no problem utilizing the links that are provided.
Teachers should strongly recommend this site to their students to help them with
any math questions they may have.
mackenzie hamilton (Student)
and scientific disciplines. I browsed for approximately 35 minutes, although I
realized I could have spent hours upon hours observing all of the fascinating
levels of information. The quality of the site was great, whether a beginning
Algebra student,teacher,or a graduate student in the area of Physics, there were
dependable, clean , and wellwritten links available to everyone. I believe it
was evident in my observation of how many hours one may have to critique all
disciplines effectively, that it has enormous potential to be a brilliant
teaching and learning tool, especially because of the crediblity of the
sources.I loved it primarily for the ease of use...even in areas of knowledge
that I had never explored, the software guided me effortlessly into each new
link. The only downfall would be that one could become caught up in nonrelevant
(to your research)topics, therefore possibly adding time to your inquiries.
Ken Miguel (Student)
from "The Math ForumInternet Mathematics Library". If math is not your subject
and you need help, this would be the place to go for basic level math to the
highest math and the most complicated therories of all. Not only is Math Forum a
site for resource, but it is also a place to obtain educational materials and
software to benefit the mind. So long as the person the take the time to be
familiarized with Math Forum, then he or she will definately be a better math
student or staff.