Are You Ready for the 4th and 8th Grade State Math Test?-
If you don't have time to search through our extensive databases
of state tests, then here are 4 tests for each grade that are well-rounded, and
contain a broad range of topics required by most states. Most of these tests contain
multiple choice and open-ended questions. Some tests can be taken (and graded)
Textbook of the Future-
EDinformatics takes a look at the MathMol Hypermedia Textbook --a
stunning example of where we are heading in online textbooks. Online textbook
bring something a hardcopy never could --easy updating at little cost.
timelines in History, and Science. Additional links to large database timelines
in Art, Math, Science and History.
Sites with Real Interactivity
of these sites do not require any downloads and are excellent learning tools.
Sites make extensive use of Java and Flash Media. Examples: Physics2000, Human
Anatomy, Math and Molecules, Satellite Tracking ...
Java Mage is being adapted for K-12 students --
take a free java software package designed for scientific research and adapt it
for K-12 use in math and science. This
will be a nice supplement for integrated math and science programs.
ranks #1 in mathematics among Latin American countries. We take a look at education
in Cuba and present sample questions from their 7th and 8th grade country-wide
have probably already heard the term. But, what exactly is Nanotechnology, and
will it contribute to the next big technology wave? Learn what nanotubes and fullerenes
are, and how they will be used for in the future.
FOCAL POINTS AND SINGAPORE MATH---Will
the New Math Curriculum using the NCTM Focal Points be more in line with International
Standards? Many schools are already implementing a Singapore Style Math component...
is Voice over IP?-
out what voice over IP or IP Telephony is and how this will change
the way we use the telephone.