Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications offers articles, learning modules, "mathlets" (single-purpose learning tools), reviews of online resources, and a developers' area. Search contents of the journal by type of resource (e.g., article), by subject (e.g., number concepts, data presentation, plane geometry), or both. The journal makes extensive use of graphics, animations, video clips, and other media. Articles and other materials are peer reviewed.
Classroom Capsules is on-line version of part of The College Mathematics Journal. The purpose of the capsules is to make easily available, by web search, short mathematical articles, which can give a student new mathematical insights, and instructors effective teaching strategies. The articles might represent a nice application, an unusual point of view or example, or they might give the instructor a non-standard way of presenting the topic in class.
MathDL Mathematical Communication is a collection of instructional strategies, materials, and references for having students write and speak about mathematics, whether for the purpose of learning mathematics or learning to communicate as mathematicians.
Course Communities in Undergraduate Mathematics (or Course Communities for short) contains a new collection of online resource recommendations. So far we have listed over 340 resources: PDF files, applets, videos, and other formats.
The following types of materials will appear in Loci:
Modules: innovative, class-tested, web-based learning materials that can be used for guided explorations of particular topics in mathematics
Should math educations be separated into the two tracks? Math education is either practical or abstract. One is useful in everyday life and the other is essential for science, engineering or math investigation.
How can we communicate about math to reduce math anxiety?
How do we learn to communicate math effectively, in writing or orally?
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