Math Resources

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Resources for the Math Classroom

Here are some resources and websites that could be used in your math classroom.


1. Crocdoc: Mark up, fill out, and collaborate on PDFs, Word documents, PowerPoint slides, and web pages. Students can collaborate together over the web using various types of documents or presentation materials.


2. Haiku LMS: Haiku LMS offers a full suite of tools to help teachers teach, students learn, and everybody connect online.


3. CaptionTube: This is great for students who have difficult hearing and also for ELL students. Offer viewers a transcript to read with Youtube videos. Create and edit closed captions in multiple languages. Export captions and upload them to your YouTube account.

4. TubeChop: There are times when you only want to show part of a video and don't want to worry about finding that particular spot again. This allows you to find the video you want to chop, select and cut the interesting part of the video, and share it with friends or your class.


5. Hot Potatoes: The Hot Potatoes suite includes six applications, enabling you to create interactive multiple-choice, short-answer, jumbled-sentence, crossword, matching/ordering and gab-fill exercises for the World Wide Web. Hot Potatoes is freeware, and you may use it for any purpose or project you like. It is not open-source.


6. Questionaut: Math and Science can be boring. Make it a little more interactive and fun with this game. Journey through strange worlds and test your knowledge of English, Math, and Science on this magical mission to recover your friend's hat.

7. Invention at Play: This site is full of thinking games and puzzles. Math is about thinking. Make it fun.


8. Student Publishing: Make paperback storybooks and professionally typed, hardback classbooks. Make free books from every student's story. Make a free book for the classroom where every student is an author and illustrator of a page in a classbook.


9. Addictomatic: We don't do much research in math, but maybe we should. There is a ton of history in math. Let's talk about it. Find news, videos, photos, blogposts and more here. Set out by source.

10. Nibipedia: Sometimes we need a little more help finding the right videos to show in class, especially good videos about math. We can search here.

Videos

It can be difficult to find videos that relate well to what you are talking about math. It is also difficult to find some videos that are fun and entertaining, which we need sometimes. Here are five videos that I found.
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Podcasts

Here are five podcasts that could be used in the math classroom


1. Mental Math Secrets on iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mental-math-secrets-your-secret/id372386413?mt=2) Learn to do math calculations quickly in your head. This is useful for any math students in any level. This helps with test taking to as it frees you from calculators and applications.



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2. The Video Math Tutor (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-video-math-tutor/id274280509?mt=2) Fun and easy tutoring for students in 7th grade math to college-level math.
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3. Maths Methods (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/maths-methods-podcasts/id260195741?mt=2) This podcast is really just flash cards that help students remember methods for math. For higher level math learners.
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4. Mathtrain.TV (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/mathtrain.tv-podcast/id262010472?mt=2) Student created podcasts with lessons and tutorials to help other students with their math.
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5. Teaching with SMARTBoard (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/teaching-with-smartboard/id272381274?mt=2) This podcast is for teachers. It gives techniques for teaching math using a SMART Board.
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