McCourt, Mark
May 2006
Mathematics Teaching;May2006, Issue 196, p32
The article presents three favorite websites of the author that the mathematics teachers now-a-days use in their classrooms. Subtangent by Duncan Keith is amongst the best free-to-use website of mathematics. It aims mainly at secondary level but primary students would also find it interesting. The next site that presents interactive mathematics resources and contains material for all age groups was developed by Utah State University. A site by Matt Nixon and Steve Lomax provides interactive materials to be put on the whiteboards. This site is created for secondary school level.


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