Five College Schools Partnership


Math Tools
Offers hundreds of lesson plans and learning activities for teachers and students from prekindergarten through calculus. You can quickly explore the lessons and downloadable software tools by grade level and topic (number theory, integers, etc.).

Help with Algebra!
Lessons range from the preliminaries (absolute value, negative numbers, etc.) to intermediate and advanced algebra that can challenge high flying math students.

Volunteer network of mathematicians.

Massacshuetts DOE Mathematics Curriculum Framework 
All of the activities, problems, and definitions are linked directly to learning standards, enabling teachers to focus on a particular standard or on a subject area. These will be continually updated and expanded with newly released MCAS items.

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Mathematics 
With the aid of JAVA applets, students can visualize such concepts as the Pythagorean Theorem or comparing fractions.

Figure This!
Features real world math questions designed to motivate middle school students to learn higher level math operations involving angles, volumes, number patterns, etc.

University of Tennessee Math Archives 
Offers a host of math-related links, teaching materials, and shareware for teachers and students at all levels of math.

Allows one to quickly access a wide range of economic data from the United States and all over the world. Information about our nation's inflation, unemployment levels, productivity, new factory orders, and the price of crude oil can all be accessed. The homepage also contains links to economic data from Canada, Britain, Germany, the European Union, France, Italy, Russia, and China.

Math DL: Loci
Brings together a wide range of educational resources, interesting pieces of math history, and other ephemera for general consumption.

MAA Minute Math
Features a host of problems from the MAA's American Mathematics Competitions. Questions deal with sums, geometry, and positive integers.