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January 15, 2010


Merle Marsh

Discovery will give you a free 30-day trial to look at the rest of its resources. I believe that Saxon has some online free materials for math, Sylvan has a list of math sites (http://tutoring.sylvanlearning.com/newsletter/0704/math.cfm), Drexel has a math forum(http://mathforum.org/math.topics.html), and the Nat'l Library of Virtual Manipulatives may be of use (http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/category_g_4_t_1.html).

Cory Sheldahl

I once looked up that site, and had hoped for more, but currently am looking for material for a more dynamic audience, because I live in rural MN, and have a wide spectrum of student ability (in my high school math classes). My running theme has been differentiation (and redefining it).

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