Math Resources on the Web
Check out these links to interesting and handy math resources on the internet:
You can find video tutorials on just about any topic. Just enter your topic (ie. factoring trinomials) in the search field on the main page.
College Algebra on MP4
College Algebra lectures that can be downloaded on your computer or your Ipod.
Worldwide Center of Mathematics – Video-taped calculus lectures
The web site of George W. Hart – A fun collection of George's geometric sculptures, paper polyhedra, Zome geometry, and even a recipe for Trilobite cookies
Mathematical Poetry –
An anthology of poems dealing with topics in mathematics
Harvey Mudd College Mathematics Online Tutorials –
Well written explanations of math topics from pre-calculus through linear algebra and differential equations.
Visual Calculus –
Extensive tutorial modules covering topics from pre-calculus and calculus.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Mathematics –
Computer based mathematical manipulatives designed for use at the elementary and middle school level. This library, designed by a team of professors from Utah State University, is an excellent resource for students in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers.
Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire –
44 Questions to determine your cognitive learning style