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  1. Communicating With a Computer (School Mathematics Project Handbooks) by A. B. Bolt, 1970-05-28
  2. Communicating Design (Collins Real-world Technology) by M. Finney, Val Charles, 1995-03-22
  3. Show and Tell: Representing and Communicating Mathematical Ideas in K-2 Classrooms by Linda Schulman Dacey, Rebeka Eston, 2002-08-15
  4. Communicating Design by Tom Baird, 1990-01-09
  5. Communicating Information: GCSE Unit Guide (Science, the Salters' Approach) by Science Education Group University of York, 1997-05-15
  6. One, Two, Three....: Making Choices, Communicating, Predicting: Using and Applying Mathematics by Shropshire Mathematics Centre, 1989-12
  7. Magical Maths: A Set of Fun and Novel 'mathemagical' Activities and 'arithmetricks' to Stimulate Problem Solving, Communicating and Reasoning Skills (Through ... Data): Pupil's Activity Book Bk. 1 (Dr Mark) by Mark Biddiss, 2005-09
  8. Engineering Design: A Materials and Processing Approach by George Dieter, 1999-08-11
  9. Show and Tell: Representing and Communicating Mathematical Ideas in K-2 Classroo by Linda Schulman Dacey~Rebeka Eston, 2002-01-01
  10. Dr.Mark's Magical Maths: No. 2: A Set of Fun and Novel Mathemagical Activities and Arithmetricks to Stimulate Problem Solving, Communicating and Reasoning ... and Measures; and Handling Data) (Dr Mark) by Mark Biddiss, 2007-02

21. Texas A & M University
MathML was the first XML application and there are now open tools that are universally and freely available for communicating math within the Internet/Web.
The Math/Science-Online Newsletter Fall 2000
College Station, TX 77843-3368
USA The Math/Science-Online Newsletter is focused on the issues surrounding online science and mathematics online for high school students, undergraduates, and graduate students.   In the interest of seeing as many techniques as possible we are interested in almost all online experiments that our readers have tried or are trying.  Success stories are especially welcome.  However, as most of us who work in the sciences and mathematics know well, what is tried first often doesn’t work.   We know that the ongoing worldwide experiment in online course delivery is itself (or will be) a science that needs years of patient research.  The potential seems to be there for all to see; it is the reality we seek.  The issue of Education vs. Training is the big one.  Modest successes are emerging that prove computers can be marvelous tools for training students in the sciences and mathematics.  It is the education part that remains open.  To be sure the gifted teacher can outpace even the best CBT offering today.  This does not close the argument however.  There are few gifted teachers.  Most are at par with any profession: capable, meeting the norms of their profession. Contents Editorial
Articles iMath, an Online Future for Mathematics

22. Enabling Synchronous Math Discussions On The Web
The W3C Web site contains an extensive list of related applications for communicating math with hypertext. I ll list just a few (which are not necessarily
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    September/October 1999 (Vol. 1, No. 5)
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    Enabling Synchronous Math Discussions on the Web
    Enrique Canessa

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    Abstract In an increasingly interconnected world, communication tools play an essential role in facilitating the exchange of ideas and discussions over the Internet. In particular, we must have profession-specific tools for synchronous distance collaboration that focus on users' interests, such as mathematics and science. As early as 1990 (, when the original view of the Web emerged, scientists realized it would be extremely valuable to have a readable and writable collaborative medium. Our community's current needs regarding the use of mathematical notation and symbols, which are part of the fabric of scientific professional life, are far from met; this is a completely open technological challenge for investigation.

23. COMSOL ONLINE - Mathcad Von PTC
Mathcad is an integrated environment for performing and communicating mathrelated work. Mathcad provides hundreds of operators and built-in functions for

24. RIPBS WINGS/Mathematics
A K12 Interactive math project combining culture and geography, communicating math, and problem-solving, math puzzles, and mazes. MathWorld is dedicated to
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    The Crucible offers background information and assignments that seek to enlighten readers of the Arthur Miller play. Galileo has students explore the life and times of Galileo, as well as examine his theories in a lab setting. The Excellent Adventure has students virtually travel from Philadelphia to Orlando, estimating costs of travel and learning local literary and historical background in each stop along the way.
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  • Plus Math
    An Internet resource for articles on mathematics which are listed either by subject or by type.
  • Math Forum: Math Resources by Subject
    The name of this site say's it all.
  • Calculator City
    Financial,geometry,algebra,trigonometry,astronomy,chemistry,physics, calculators and more can be found here at Calculator City.
  • Math is Power
    An Internet resource for mathematics and science education.
  • Figure This! Figure This! Mathematics Challenges for Families provides interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families.
  • NCTM Standards Learn more about NCTM's principals and standards for school Mathematics.

25. A Problem Arises « Theoretical Atlas
I mention this because, when I told Dan about the blog, he seemed dubious about blogging as a way of communicating math. It’s certainly more solipsistic
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A Problem Arises
Posted by Jeffrey Morton under higher dimensional algebra meta oh no! spans ... cathedral-building - ad-hoc, gradual, and (significantly) collective. Even so, relatively solipsistic channels are not entirely pointless. To wit: by working through my theorems about transporting 2-vectors through spans - both for this blog, and for my talk at Groupoidfest, I discovered some problems. Nobody pointed them out, but discovering them was a consequence of approaching the material again from a new angle, with an audience in mind. Here is the issue in a nutshell, however:

26. Mathematics Achievement
Download Now Teacher Leaders for Mathematics Success their math achievement, problem solving abilities, and aptitude at communicating math ideas,
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27. Show And Tell: Representing And Communicating Math Ideas In K–2 Classrooms By D
Show and Tell Representing and communicating math Ideas in K–2 Classrooms A Marilyn Burns Book The showand-tell method of teaching focuses on students
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The show-and-tell method of teaching focuses on students communicating their mathematical thinking through writing, drawing and talking. This book illustrates how to use this method successfully in your classroom. Includes examples of math problems and activities, student work and teacher reflections. Help children develop confidence in their math skills and explore multiple ways to solve problems. Site Map Phone: 800.458.0024 Fax: 800.350.2345 Email:

28. Search Results - Minnesota Department Of Education
Achievement Level Descriptors Math Grade 8 35% Adobe PDF document organizing, recording, and communicating math ideas coherently Number sense and

29. Download Communicating Math Software Brain Builder - Math Edition, Math Addict A
BlueChillies is software download source for communicating math shareware, freeware, demos.
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30. - NSDL Search Results - The National Science Digital Library
Keywords Mathematics, Logic foundations, Process skills, Problem solving, Arithmetic/Early Math, communicating math, Logic/Foundations Math&s=0&n=10&include_collec

31. Bob Sutor: Open Blog - Real And Virtual Life, Open Source, And Standards
communicating math. Interactive WebBased Mathematics Communication. “In this article I will introduce and discuss my experiences with incorporating into

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Arithmetic/Early Math Calculus (Single Variable) Calculus (Multivariable) communicating math Differential Equations Discrete Math
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Topics or areas site covers Fee Charged? Site Name URL Welcome to, the fastest growing online source for help with algebra. We use some of the latest technology to help you learn and understand algebra. Our web site features lessons to learn or refresh old skills, calculators that show you how to solve problems step-by-step, and interactive worksheets to test your skills. No Algebra Help Teaching materials, software, WWW links organized by Mathematical Topics. Searchable database. In these pages, you will find links to various WWW resources on Mathematics. They are organized by topics. In addition, they have added two features to make this a useful database for you: For a detailed list of the topics that this site covers click here No University of Tennessee, History of Mathematics

33. EU-US Collaboration - Setting Up Joint Strategic Workshops
communicating math on the Web Computer Mediated Communication Concepts, assumptions and practices about information policies Content personalisation
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Strategic Workshops - Shaping future EU-NSF collaborations in Information Technologies
Workshops Background Info Steering Committe Strategic Review Committee ... EU-NSF collaborations suported by the EC
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ATM switching systems
Automated Highway Systems
Automatic redistribution of (internet) caches in case network topologies change (or in case of high loads on certain links)
biocompatible memory systems
collaborative filtering and recommendation systems
Collaborative Working
Computational and Data Grids
Computing GRID
Dependability of software-based systems Development of concepts and tools for developing and tuning parallel programs Digital managment information Distributed data querying Distributed Operating Systems Distriubted computing (fault-tolerance, data consistency) Dynamic Network Topologies Economics of Broadband Network Future generation computer systems Global Computing Grids Grid Computing Grid Computing (Metacomputing) Grid-Computing: coupling of large scale scientific applications Health Telematics High Performance Computing, including cluster and meta computing

34. Welcome To Mathsoft
As a result, applying and communicating math on the Web becomes seamless for Mathcad users. Expanded problem solving Mathcad 2001i features a new Radau ODE

35. Interview With Kristin Henry, President Of GalaxyGoo
We explore ways of communicating math and Science with online technologies. We play with ideas, and share them. Folks contribute to projects when they have
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Interview With Kristin Henry, President of GalaxyGoo
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Meet the President of the Galaxy, Kristin Henry. If you haven’t heard of her, you will soon, with or without this article. She has uncanny amounts of drive and passion, most of which she invests in her non-profit organization GalaxyGoo Kristin and I met in the We're Here forums about a year and a half ago. Shortly thereafter I moved to her homebase of San Francisco, and we have been collaborating and meeting for Flash happy hours ever since. Last month, Scott Manning and I had a conversation with Kristin at the FlashKit conference, mostly about Math. Scott was left utterly confused and has asked me to probe a little further into Kristin’s brain and turn my findings into a more palatable form that even ordinary humans can understand. Below are the results of that endeavor. What is GalaxyGoo?
Basically, GalaxyGoo is an open think-tank and online community. We explore ways of communicating Math and Science with online technologies. We play with ideas, and share them. Folks contribute to projects when they have time. How and why do you use Flash at GalaxyGoo?

36. Ph. D. Courses : Mathematics : Texas State University
B Connecting and communicating math. This course examines one of the basic principles involved in Mathematics Education Connecting and Communicating
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7111: Seminar in Teaching. Seminar on individual study projects concerned with selected problems in the teaching of mathematics. Prerequisite: 7301: Studies in Mathematics.

37. Rubrics For Mathematics For Grades 6-12
Using Higher Order Thinking Skills in Math, Grades 6 Adult. communicating math Effectively, Grades 6 - Adult. Reasoning Clearly and Logically in Math
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Click on those rubric titles that appear as links to view samples. (RequiresAdobe software.) Grade-Level Rubrics Sixth Grade Math Skills (part 1 of 2) Grade 6 Sixth Grade Math Skills (part 2 of 2) Grade 6 Using Large and Small Numbers Grade 6 Using Operations with Fractions Grade 6 Designing Graphs and Simplifying with Algebra Grade 6 Applying a Variety of Measures Grade 6 Calculating and Constructing Geometric Shapes Grade 6 Using Probability, Statistics, and Graphing Grade 6 Seventh Grade Math Skills (part 1 of 2) Grade 7 Seventh Grade Math Skills (part 2 of 2) Grade 7 Working with Integers and Rational Numbers Grade 7 Using Functions and Solving Algebraic Equations Grade 7 Applying Ratios, Proportions, Averages, and Percentages Grade 7 Applying Patterns, Statistics, and Probability Grade 7 Measuring and Converting Accurately Grade 7 Drawing and Comparing Lengths, Area, and Volume

38. Math Web Resources (Page 4 Of 4)
Problemsolving and communicating math are key elements to all problems. An information page and PoW discussion area are provided for teacher support.
Are you confused by terms that educators use? The Lexicon of Learning might be just what you need.
Math Web Resources and Standardized Test Preparation
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39. CCMA - Center For Comprehensive Math Assessment
+, communicating math Solutions Modeling clear, complete and concise responses. +, A Team Approach The critical role all staff members play in achieving
Home Home Workshop Locations Register Testimonials ... Contact Us Presenting a comprehensive one day interactive seminar on "Making the Grade and Beating the Odds of High-Stakes Testing" CCMA is conducting a series of statewide, research-based workshops designed to address the new challenges, strengthen math understanding and improve proficiency. Connecting Standards to Assessment Accountability Diverse and Multiple Paths to Student Success Narrowing the Achievement Gap
Meeting the Demands As the pressures of testing and accountability continue to mount, schools are faced with the pressures of maintaining or improving scores, or face the scrutiny and tough consequences that follow.
The Center for Comprehensive Math Assessment specializes in preparing teachers, administrators and students for the demands of high-stakes testing. During our one day workshops, our math consultants provide practical, innovative, and easy to implement strategies and activities proven to increase performance (especially with the bottom 25% achievers). Our goal is to maximize readiness and motivation, and minimize anxiety. The time to start is now.

40. Marcybio
Popular workshop topics include manipulatives, communicating math, cooperative math experiences, active mathematical thinking, problem solving,
Marcy Cook , master educator, author, and math specialist, has presented workshops and seminars for teachers throughout the United States of America as well as in over two dozen foreign countries. She taught two years in the International School in Thessaloniki Greece and has provided math inservice for International Schools in South America, Central America, Mexico, Asia, Africa, and Europe. With a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Masters Degree from Stanford University, she has been in the field of education for more than thirty years. She has taught all elementary grades, junior high, senior high, and university level. She currently is an independent math consultant for public and private schools. Marcy's rapid fire presentations focus on involvement. They move quickly, cover a lot of ground, and actively engage the participants. As a result, teachers leave her workshops with dozens of practical ideas and much more enthusiasm for math and teaching! Popular workshop topics include manipulatives, communicating math, cooperative math experiences, active mathematical thinking, problem solving, creating an exciting math environment, provoking thought, challenging students to think, estimation and mental math.

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