21st Century Maths

Chris Harbeck - A wiki for the CIU 20 Secondary Math Conference June 24th and 25th, 2008

30 Fast Mental Math Tricks

(Learn how to calculate Faster than the speeding calculator)

Mathlincs Global Collaborative

Math Lincs is a collaborative project for 5th and 6th grade math students around the world. Students share math ideas through a variety of math projects which are organized by strands. We use a variety of technologies including blogging, videos, podcasting, GoogleEarth and video conferencing. You need to join the site.
Number Sense Algebraic Sense Measurement Geometry Probability and Statistics

Problem Solving Strategies

Strategies with sample problems and solutions

Figures Speak

A blog with Strategies for Learning Maths

Writing In Mathematics

Writing in mathematics is a win-win for both teacher and student. Although it may be difficult to introduce this practice, it is well worth the effort.
Ideas for getting started plus extra readings and links.

Using Writing in Mathematics

This strand provides a developmental model for incorporating writing into a math class. The strand includes specific suggestions for managing journals, developing prompts for writing, and providing students with feedback on their writing. In addition, the site includes two sample lessons for introducing students to important ideas related to writing about their mathematical thinking.

Top Maths News

Mathematics news items from Google News, Science Daily, Scientific American, New York Times, and over twenty math-related blogs can be found in one place on the web, **Alltop - Top Math News**.

Each source found on Alltop shows five stories/blog entries, and by hovering your mouse over the source you can see a quick intro to the material found there; then it’s only a click away. The home page of Alltop has a Tutorial Video for new users describing the features of the site.

Audio slideshow- The art of mathematics

To the untrained eye, these vivid images might appear to be random sets of colourful swirls and circles.
But they are in fact precise visual representations of mathematical theory known as dynamical systems.
Some of the images - created by mathematicians from across the world - have gone on display at the University of Liverpool.
Here, mathematician Lasse Rempe explains how they are made - and considers their artistic merits.