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Resources for Teaching Mathematics

The internet is a wonderful resource for information related to teaching Mathematics. The level of information provided varies over all grades K-12, through college or university, and beyond. There are sites that present topics in Mathematics, pedagogical issues and questions, lesson plans, and software reviews. Some interactive sites provide discussions for teachers, homework help for students, and forums for parent questions. The sites listed below have been selected for their depth of coverage, clear and concise format, and the usefulness of the links provided by the site. The list has been kept small on purpose but should offer you a good starting point in your search for information on teaching Mathematics.

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Comprehensive Sites for All grades, K-12

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Sites Primarily for Elementary Grades, K-6

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Sites Primarily for Middle School and High School, Grades 6-12

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Sources for Books/Manipulatives/Software/Video in K-12 Mathematics

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Department of Mathematics
University of Utah
155 South 1400 East, JWB 233
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0090
Tel: 801 581 6851, Fax: 801 581 4148

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