On-line

As with all things, question the provenance of on-line resources before relying upon them. This list is not comprehensive and does not provide endorsements; this list is just a starting point.

- Virginia DOE Standards of Learning resources for mathematics
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics standards

Encyclopedia:

Texts:

Education and Coursework:

- The Math Forum
- Internet School Library Media Center Mathematics Resources K-12
- Math Archive’s K-12 Teaching Materials
- Mathematics Association of America’s professional development resources
- Elementary?: Maths is Fun (British, obviously)
- Late high school through graduate: Webcast@Berkeley, MIT Open CourseWare
- Everyday items: SIAM’s Math Matters! publications
- others…

This list is for future reference. Each item has a somewhat steep learning curve that is outside our scope. These may not be immediately useful for this course, but they can be useful for playing with ideas quickly.

Exploratory and programming environments: