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How about making a list of tools/software which can be integrated in Math classrooms ?

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Here is what is on my list:
Maths 300 software (www.curriculum.edu.au/maths300), TI-SmartView, GeoGebra, Cabri Geometry, Jing (instant podcasts), Scratch, Logger Pro, National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (nlvm.usu.edu), Rekenweb (www.fi.uu.nl/rekenweb/en), Google Docs (especially shared spreadsheets, surveys, etc), and the plethora of free or cheap software for iPod Touch/iPhone.

I have a few hundred other useful items, but I keep coming back to these ones.

Regards, Matt Skoss.

Wiki: maths-no-fear.wikispaces.com
Ning: remoteteachers.ning.com
At school the whole department regularly use Autograph and Geometer's Sketchpad.
I also use GeoGebra (see list of resources for Geogebra)

Note the links on the left hand side of the page - see Calculators and Tools for a list of free and very useful resources.
I have listed some of these on our school website for students to use at home - the graph plotters for example.
Thanks a ton Matt for letting us know these wonderful items. I hope it will add value to Maths classrooms.
Keep sharing .


Matt Skoss said:
Here is what is on my list:
Maths 300 software (www.curriculum.edu.au/maths300), TI-SmartView, GeoGebra, Cabri Geometry, Jing (instant podcasts), Scratch, Logger Pro, National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (nlvm.usu.edu), Rekenweb (www.fi.uu.nl/rekenweb/en), Google Docs (especially shared spreadsheets, surveys, etc), and the plethora of free or cheap software for iPod Touch/iPhone.

I have a few hundred other useful items, but I keep coming back to these ones.

Regards, Matt Skoss.

Wiki: maths-no-fear.wikispaces.com
Ning: remoteteachers.ning.com
The most helpful site I have found is http://www.nutshellmathplus.com/. It has very interesting teachings on problems similar to ones in most students' textbooks. You listen to a teacher explain how to solve the problems as you watch what looks like a felt market writing out the solutions on the board. I have often had students come into class saying they don't understand some concept. I put them on the computer with this site and when they are done, they say, "I got it."

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