Fibonacci Numbers and Nature
This website give information about the fibonacci sequence. It links to a two part page about family trees and the golden section as used in nature.
Geometry in Art & Architecture
Each section of this online syllabus include an excellent collection of photos and short notes on geometry through history. Use in connecting math thematically to world history and Bible units. Section titles include: introduction, the golden ratio and squaring...
Grade 1-Grade 8
When students struggle with mathematics, the problem is almost always basic-fact related. Mad Minute is specifically designed to help students overcome this situation. It is a 30- to 40-day sequence of speed drills on the basic number facts. It’s perfect...
Math Anxiety: Helping Students Learn to Succeed
Grade 7-Grade 12
Research reveals a relationship between math anxiety and under-performing in math. Sydney Samuel shares the reasons why high school and college age students have difficulty mastering concepts in mathematics. An overview of difficulties that take place at the...
This PowerPoint collection has ready-to-go presentations for instruction and review games for math classes at all levels K-12, in a broad range of mathematical topics.
NAD Mathematics Curriculum Guide K-12
This NAD curriculum guide outlines the Adventist philosophy and rationale in maths education K-12, spiritual concepts, goals, and specific objectives for each subtopic for each grade level.
NAD teachers should consult updated textbook recommendations...
Basic arithmetic through pre-algebra explanations with examples for young students. Topics include shapes and colors, counting numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, order of operations, dates, times, fractions, decimals, percentages, rounding,...
TERC Mathematics & Science Education
TERC is committed to fostering vibrant learning communities where questioning, problem solving, and experimentation are commonplace, focusing on actual problems for which there are no simple solutions in the fields of mathematics and science. TERC develops...
The World Almanac For Kids
Child-friendly content from the annually published World Almanac for Kids available online. This almanac published annually since 1996 provides kids with the information they crave on thousands of subjects.
Using Numbers to Teach Critical Thinking
Math phobia is evident in the college statistics classes and can be traced to attitudes towards numbers developed in elementary or secondary school. While learning to appreciate how numbers (mathematics) functions in society, how they can be used as a tool...