Suggest Your Math Resources

UPDATE: My list of free math resources is now complete.

I’m putting together a list of free math resources you can access online, and I’m inviting all Tech Powered Math readers to participate in making the list. I’m not sure yet if this will be a top 10, top 20, or even top 100 list. It’ll depend on how much participation I get from all of you.

You can suggest resources to me in a variety of ways. If you’re here, probably the easiest is just leaving a comment at the bottom of this post. As long as you are signed into Facebook, it’ll only take you a minute to make your suggestion. Other possible ways to offer your suggestions are on Tech Powered Math’s Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ pages. If I have to make up this list all on my own, I will, but I’d prefer to get reader input.

What kind of resources am I looking for? It could be any sort of math technology resource. It could be a web app, a video site, or even software that you download onto your computer. To get you thinking, I’m absolutely certain Wolfram Alpha will make the list, and probably be featured very highly. I’d love to see a combination of resources for older and younger students. There are only two rules:

  1. You have to be able to reach the resource via the web.
  2. It has to be free. Maybe I’ll do a paid list at a later date, but for now, I’m only looking at free resources.

Right now, I’m thinking I’ll take suggestions for the next couple of weeks, but again, it’ll depend on your level of participation. Teachers, please share this post with your friends who might have ideas to give me.

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Lucas Allen

Lucas Allen

Lucas Allen is a high school math teacher and math team coach in Illinois. He is interested in just about all forms of technology, including the TI-Nspire, Nexus devices, social media, and more. You can follow , and if you are nice, he will probably follow you back.

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