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Links related to mathematics education, critical pedagogy, race/class/gender in mathematics, puzzles and more!
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Many Eyes used to be IBMs collaborative data visualization site. They have moved it to another company, and I don't know the current status of it, but this site still has useful research on data viz.
Nathan Yau provides guides, tutorials, and discussions about visualizing and analyzing data.
Good printed resource for teaching yourself a wide variety of math topics!
Jeremiah, you might find this interesting!
Lesson plans written by multiple graduate students in support of a text on starting and operating a business -- interesting model for working as a team on a project
Can't we do this for math too? "826NYC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6-18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Our services are structured around our belief that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success."
Help for parents with common core math topics. A few videos, lots of print guides. Connected to "Eureka" math, but largely applicable.
What does math education after algebra lead to? Calculus. What should it lead to? Statistics
Some ideas for parents, especially found the idea that students interview parents about their uses of math interesting as an intervention
Local program in Michigan looking to increase math skills in community.
70 items | 11 visits
Links related to mathematics education, critical pedagogy, race/class/gender in mathematics, puzzles and more!
Updated on Oct 09, 15
Created on Feb 11, 13
Category: Schools & Education
URL: