Favorite Math and Science Pages

Mathematics Pages

  • GirlTECH '95 Interactive Lessons (http://teachertech.rice.edu/lesons.html)

  • Math Intermediate Mini-Lessons (http://www.nptn.org:80/cyber.serv/AOneP/academy_one/teacher/cec/cecmath/math-interm.html) Lessons on probability, geometry, fractions, and more for grades 4-12.

  • Teachers Helping Teachers (http://www.pacificnet.net/~mandel/Math.html)
    Complete math lesson plans on a variety of topics submitted by teachers across the country .

  • Math Link Index (http://www.csun.edu/~vceed009/math.html)
    Nice set of links to math sites on the WWW, including lesson plans, games, puzzles, and wonderful miscellaneous resources for teaching math.

  • Math Problem Solving Task Centers (http://www.srl.rmit.edu.au/mav/PSTC/index.html)
    Problem-solving activities (including "problem of the month") and information on setting up task centers in the classroom.

  • PBS Mathline (http://www.pbs.org/mathline/mathline.html)
    Math resources and projects from PBS.

  • The Geometry Center (http://www.geom.umn.edu)

  • Games on Graphs: (http://www.c3.lanl.gov/mega-math/workbk/graph/gractiv.html)
    A collection of games dealing with graphing skills.

  • Math Magic (http://www.scri.fsu.edu/~dennisl/topics/math_magic.html)
    A nice collection of magic tricks based on mathematics.

  • Math Archives: (http://archives.math.utk.edu/software.html)
    Numerous software packages for all levels.

    Science Pages

  • The Way Things Work(http://amy.me.tufts.edu/TLL/K-14/twtw/twtw.html)
    A great site at Tufts University, incorporating everyday objects into the curriculum of physics.

  • Physics Lecture Demos(http://www.mip.berkeley.edu/physics/physics.html)
    A nice collection of classroom demonstrations. Designed for college level classes but most can be easily adapted for use in the high school classroom.

  • Eisenhower National Clearing House (http://www.enc.org/)
    A great place to find lesson plans, free software, and other useful stuff.

  • Bill Nye the Science Guy (http://nyelabs.kcts.org/)

  • Web-Elements: (http://www.shef.ac.uk/chemistry/web-elements/chem/periodic-table.html)
    An excellent interactice periodic table suitable for use by all levels of students.

  • The MPEG Periodic Table(http://huckel.cm.utexas.edu/mpegtable.html)
    Periodic Table with associated mpeg movies of different chemical reactions.

  • Steven's Chemistry Software List (http://nmr400a.mols.susx.ac.uk/~steven/index.html)
    Not the same Steven as your's truely. Steven Constantine has assembled an extensive compilation of software for different platforms.