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Math Resources

**The resources below are almost exclusively about teaching mathematics. Find additional math resources within the links in Education Resources and more math activities and tasks in Mathematical Modeling Resource.**

Popular Math SitesDesmoshttps://www.desmos.com/. Graphing calculator and more. Creative math curriculum for grades 6 - 8. https://teacher.desmos.com/ Free activities with outstanding teacher tools to monitor and regulate engaging activities for students. Every middle school and high school teacher of mathematics should use Desmos graphing calculator and Desmos activities with their students. Now retired, I regret that I was not able to use many of the awesome activities and capabilities with my own students. Youcubedhttps://www.youcubed.org/ Support through articles and activities for teachers who want students to collaborate and welcome mistakes as opportunities to learn. Growth mindset messages to create a more inclusive and encouraging mathematics classroom environment. Journal articles and posters available for download. Resources on the emerging field of Data Science. Citizen Math - Karim Anihttps://www.citizenmath.com/ Formerly Mathalicious. There is a cost for this resource but well-worth taking a look. You can try out for free a selection of some of their activities. Well-researched, organized and developed problems relevant to the world around us. Three-Act Mathematics - Dan Meyerhttps://whenmathhappens.com/3-act-math/ Utilize visual media and curiosity to engage students in interesting activities. Dan provides a spreadsheet connecting activities/tasks to grade level and standards. Also recommended: https://www.101qs.com Would You Rather? - John Stevenshttps://www.wouldyourathermath.com/ John shares a wealth of WYR math tasks you can use as a lesson opener or develop into entire lessons with discourse. Table Top Math - John Stevenshttps://www.tabletalkmath.com/ Get free activities sent to your email or check out John's book. Check out the page of links to additional valuable resources: Also check out: http://www.fishing4tech.com/ Which One Doesn't Belong? - Christopher Danielson/Mary Bourassahttps://wodb.ca/ Enjoy using these great opener activities to promote discourse. You have to try these with your students then create some of your own. Open Middle Mathematics - Robert Kaplinskyhttps://www.openmiddle.com/ Great for lesson openers or build entire lessons around open middle tasks. Challenging and engaging tasks that invite multiple solutions, multiple pathways and justification. Robert Kaplinskyhttps://robertkaplinsky.com/ For a wealth of resources involving problem solving, mathematical modeling, Depth of Knowledge and more you have to visit this site. Math Projects Journal - Chris Shorehttps://mathprojects.com/ Abundance of resources, blog entries, articles, lessons, presentations, and links to other useful sites. Clothesline Math - Chris Shorehttps://clotheslinemath.com/ Great hands-on sense making activities using an interactive number line for number, algebra and statistics. Graham Fletcherhttps://gfletchy.com Excellent resource for younger grades. Progressions Videos, Three-Act Tasks and ideas to engage your students. Dan Meyer Mathworldshttps://danmeyer.substack.com/ Interesting collection of engaging math problems. Weekly blog is a worthwhile read. Geoff Krall/Emergent Mathhttps://emergentmath.com/my-problem-based-curriculum-maps/ Collection of links for problem-based learning with connection to Standards. San Francisco Unified Math Departmenthttp://www.sfusdmath.org/ http://www.sfusdmath.org/3-act-tasks.html Abundance of relevant, thought-provoking articles along with engaging tasks and links to tasks. Includes links to Math/Number Talks. Inside Mathematics (Dana Center UTexas)https://www.insidemathematics.org/ Videos, resources, assessments, math problems and tools for teachers. Now affiliated with the Dana Center. Shell Centerhttps://www.map.mathshell.org/ Lessons and tasks for grades 6-12 around Number, Quantity, Algebra, Functions, Geometry, Statistics and Probability. Home of the Math Assessment Project (MAP and MARS) with links to the TRU Math Framework. Estimation 180 - Andrew Stadelhttps://estimation180.com/ Great lesson starters that can be developed into full lessons. Be inspired and create some of these yourself. Find more resources and links on the Bookmarks page and on the Mathematical Modeling Resources page. Families and Math PlayMath Festivals - Paul GigantiSchool and family K-8 math events. Cost involved. https://mathfestival.com/ Early Math Projecthttps://www.earlymathca.org/ Early Math Initiative (Fresno County)https://ece.fcoe.org/early-math-initiative Count-Play-Explorehttps://www.countplayexplore.org/ https://www.earlymathca.org/count-play-explore-issues Mathathomehttps://mathathome.mathlearningcenter.org/ Table Talk Math - John Stevenshttps://www.tabletalkmath.com/ Chapman's Math at Play Activity Series - Chapman Universityhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCAQtS-Je35vZEaCqn7-wxw Math Games for Kidshttps://www.gamesforyoungminds.com/blog Math for Lovehttps://mathforlove.com/lessons/ Play With Your Mathhttps://playwithyourmath.com/ Play Math (San Diego County Office of Education)www.sdcoe.net/play-math Stella's Math Stunnershttps://www.mathstunners.org/ DREME Early Math Resourceshttp://prek-math-te.stanford.edu Multiplicity Labhttps://multiplicitylab.northwestern.edu/ Julia Robinson Math Festivalshttps://jrmf.org/ Data Science and Using DataExcellent sources of graphs to promote discussion and sense-making. What's Going On In This Graph? - NY Timeshttps://www.nytimes.com/column/whats-going-on-in-this-graph Statista Infographicshttps://www.statista.com/chartoftheday/ Our World in Datahttps://ourworldindata.org/ Data Talks on Youcubedhttps://www.youcubed.org/resource/data-talks/ Messy Data Coalitionhttps://messydata.org/?utm_source=Just+Equations&utm_campaign=74c821f409-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_01_03_08_59_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_472770b236-74c821f409-305253737&mc_cid=74c821f409&mc_eid=9ee8067b00 The Opportunity Atlashttps://www.opportunityatlas.org/ Office of Civil Rights Data on Schoolshttps://ocrdata.ed.gov/ Information is Beautifulhttps://informationisbeautiful.net/beautifulnews/ More links on the Bookmarks Page The bookmarks are organized into the following categories:• Social Justice • Math Curriculum • Math Activities • Compilations of Math Resources (Multiple Links to Sites) • Assessment • Organizations • Articles • General Classroom Activities • Miscellaneous |
Links to LinksThe websites listed below have links to resources and pages.(You will find much overlap in these lists.) 1) https://www.tabletalkmath.com/resources.html 2) https://robertkaplinsky.com/resources/ 3) https://padlet.com/daoj/4mzpsqsqh92e 4) https://makemathnotsuck.com/ 5) http://natbanting.com/links/ 6) https://judylarsen.ca/resources/ 7) 8) 9) http://realteachingmeansreallearning.blogspot.com/p/open-ended-math-projects-and-lessons.html?m=1 LACOE and SBCSS Resources Find more resources and links on the Bookmarks page and on the Mathematical Modeling Resources page. More OrganizationsFostering Math Practices Grace Kelemanik and Amy Lucenta, co-authors of Routines for Reasoning, provide an abundance of resources for teaching math practices and supporting special populations.Math Science Research Institute (MSRI) Julia Aguirre The Math Science Research Institute (MSRI) has many links to articles and resources. Julia is co-author of The Impact of Identity in K-8 Mathematics: Rethinking Equity-Based PracticesPLUS Maths Activities and articles related to real-world applications of mathematics. Multiplicity Lab Big Ideas, "Mathematical Tasks Worth Doing" Multiplicity Lab: Image of the Week MDTP The Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Program now has instructional modules along with diagnostic readiness assessment for middle and high school. Student Achievement Partners Achieve the Core The Curtis Center at UCLA Standards Mapper and links to presentations. AIMS Center CA Early Math Initiative Dana Center - UTexas Also home to Inside Mathematics British Columbia Association of Math Teachers Collection of Rich Tasks 4-12 More PeopleFrances Su Writer of Mathematics for Human FlourishingCathy Seeley Writer of Faster Isn't Smarter and Smarter Than We Think and dozens of articles.Kristopher Childs Videos, articles, presentations and more. Featured Black mathematicians. Annie Fetter Notice and Wonder with many blogs and presentations from conferences. Rachel Lambert Research articles and presentations with focus on students with disabilities. 13 Thoughts on Math Teaching and Intervention As We Enter the 2021 School Year Fawn Nguyen • Visual Patterns Creative activities and reflective writing. Pierre Tranche - Number Talk Images Visual ideas for Number Talks, string, includes photos, dots, student work, other resources. Julie McGough Biting Into The Core. Links to standards, trajectories, real-world math, lesson design and more. General focus is K-5 or K-8.Steven Leinwand Experience the energy and wisdom of Steve. Haiwen Chu Articles and presentations with focus on English learners. WestEd Rochelle Gutierrez Presentations and articles. Creative insubordination and rehumanizing mathematics. Tracy Zager Blogs. Author of How to Become the Math Teacher You Wish You Had.Sunil Singh/Chris Brownell Co-writers of Math Recess.Chris Luzniak DebateMath. Sample activities to inspire critical thinking and discourse in the math classroom. Karen Mayfield-Ingram Articles. Co-author of The Impact of Identity in K-12 Mathematics: Rethinking Equity-Based Practices.Daniel Pearcy - Mathematical Beauty Includes thought-provoking prompts from Twitter about the Beauty of Mathematics. Vi Hart Math doodles and more. Berkeley Everett K-5 Math Reasoning Routines, Math Talk images Peter Liljedahl Author of Building Thinking ClassroomsMarilyn Burns Blogs, Podcasts, Activities Deborah Peart Maths That Make You Smile (article), IgniteSteve Wyborney Splat, Estimation, Blogs CurriculaExplorations in Data Science Free high school. Developed by Youcubed. Illustrative Mathematics Project Curriculum and presentations. Mathematics Vision Project Secondary curricula open source. Presentations and resources. Utah Middle School Curricula Launch Years Report and pathway from Dana Center CSU Math Bridge Classes Six courses primarily for Grade 12. (see more in Bookmarks page) ResourcesCoreStandards Standards for Math Practice Progressions Documents Launch Years Resources University of Texas Dana Center Suite of Virtual Manipulatives Learning Trajectories PK-3 Geogebra UC Requirements Mathematics (c) CSU Bridges Courses ICAS Mathematics expected of students entering college. UC A-G Articulation Guide UC High School Articulation Bulletin Admissions requirements. Standards Guidance for Mathematics (May 2021) Boaler and Williams, Stanford University Included connection web diagrams. Accelerated Learning California Collaborative for Learning Acceleration Find more resources and links on the Bookmarks page and on the Mathematical Modeling Resources page. AssessmentRAMP Stanislaus Readiness Assessment Grades 1-8 PISA 2012 Items Articles and BooksChoosing to See - Seda and Brown You would have to search through many resources to find all the great suggestions packed into this one book. Recommend! Rehumanizing Mathematics for Black, Indigenous and Latinx Students - Gutierrez et. al. Time for Reset - Alan Schoenfeld Emphasize big ideas, not test prep memorizing 13 Thoughts on Math Teaching and Intervention As We Enter the 2021 School Year - Lambert Mathematics for Human Flourishing - Francis Su Building Thinking Classrooms - Peter Liljidahl Fourteen practical suggestions to activate and increase student engagement in thinking. |