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Hi Patrick,
I have been using the program IXL and Fraction Nation in my math classroom for the last year and both have been wonderful! I use IXL and Fraction Nation to support students with any math standard/concept aligned to common core.
I teach 6th grade math in Massachusetts. I'm looking for recommendations for:
1) excellent middle school math resources: websites, apps, books, lessons, etc; and
2) other great online math groups like this one where I can benefit from others' work.
So far, my challenge has been finding too many online recommendations that require hours of sifting through. Ideally, I'd like to get recommendations for what are regarded the best of the best. Something akin to Jane Hart's "Top 100 Tools for Learning," which provides a list of the most highly regarded learning tools.
http://c4lpt.co.uk/top-100-tools-for-learning-2011/
Thanks for your help.
- Patrick
Do you know of anyone that has used the Intel math projects? I am looking at using them in a cooperative teaching environment during a probability and statistics unit.
Has anyone checked out Itunes and looked at the podcasts. They have some great video clips dealing with math.
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