This blog is an online collaboration for math teachers. It is an attempt to harness the power of math teachers to create math literate learning events for their students.
Isaac Newton's Life
BBC - History - Isaac Newton (1643 - 1727)
Becta Government & partners - Research - Reports and publications - Web 2.0 technologies for learning at KS3 and KS4 - Project overview
tags: web2.0, research, education
The invention of power looms at the time of the - Flash Player Installation
BBC - History - The Blast Furnace Animation
Industrial revolution information
Wimba Classroom Admin Login
Members - Content Literacy
Best Children's Picture Books Online - BigUniverse.com
Not all books are free, but a great way to integrate picture books using the LCD projector or Smartboard and a tool to allow students to publish their own picture books
tags: write2learn, write2pub, picture, books, web2.0
PBS Teachers | Access, Analyze, Act: A Blueprint for 21st Century Civic Engagement | Access
lesson plans that have students read, write, speak & listen intentionally in their learning.
tags: write2learn, write2pub, socialstudies
Texas Instruments Activities Exchange: Browse by Subject
Activities from TI. Well designed and include multiple representations, technology and exploration
tags: math, technology, algebra, geometry, precalculus, Nspire
Wired Science - Wired Blogs
Wired is a fantastic source for interesting short readings for science classrooms.
tags: comprehension, science, blogging
Mathematics Awareness Month - April 2008
A little dated, as I'm sure that the data is now skewed since the primaries are over, but still a good idea for showing calculating winners different ways.
tags: iboards, data, math, comprehension
tags: high, middle, math, history, comprehension, iboards
NARA | Federal Register | U.S. Electoral College
tags: electoral, college, socialstudies, history
Illuminations: State Data Map
This applet allows the user to represent data about the states using colors. The state with the highest data value is darkest; other states are shaded proportionally. Investigate any of the data provided—or enter data of your own!
tags: data, representation, math, modeling
falling bodies regression problem - Google Search
coffee filter regression problem - Google Search
ACEPT Faculty Workshop, Instructor Guide