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Top Math Resources Of 2011 from Free Technology For Teachers

In a comprehensive article published at the end of 2011, technology enthusiast Richard Byrne listed some of the top online math resources for the classroom.

Included in this list were the virtual world of Brain Nook, a multiplication skills training website called Learn Your Tables, and a free tools and resource website for math teachers called Conceptua Math.

The collection of suggestions includes online tools and sites that will be helpful to students as well as teachers. For example, Byrne promotes the Web2.0calc scientific calculator for high school and college students that need a calculator for homework. In the same list, Byrne links to Ten Marks for educators, a valuable resource that educators can turn to in order to supplement the classroom math curriculum.

The list includes a description of each website or online resource, as well as a few links from each site for fast access to the most important areas and resources.

Richard Byrne has long been an advocate of using technology in the classroom. In 2007, he founded the website Free Technology for Teachers for the purpose of promoting free online tools and resources.

If you are a math teacher at any level in the school system, or you have students that could use supplemental materials to bolster their interest in the subject of math, make sure to check out Richard Byrne’s list.


Written February 2, 2012


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Mathematics



User Reviews & Comments

11/23/2015 Aiden
IncyWinc It all depends, my sonced language is English with Welsh being the first, I was taught maths in my native welsh languange and didn't find it difficult at all, the only time it becomes an issue is when you are trying to explain the terms to a non Welsh speaker and you can't remember the English word for it.It will be the same whatever the native language will be.However, math in itself is a Universal Language and it is the language that anyone that can understand as long as you can understand the formulas.

04/23/2012 Colleen Young
There is a great deal of excellent free material on the web for Mathematics. I wrote my own post Top>10 Mathematics websites including categories so I could mention more than 10! [url]http://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/2011/10/23/top-10-mathematics-websites/[/url]

04/23/2012 Colleen Young
There is a great deal of excellent free material on the web for Mathematics. I wrote my own post Top>10 Mathematics websites including categories so I could mention more than 10! [url]http://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/2011/10/23/top-10-mathematics-websites/[/url]

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