Mathematics

Amy Foley, Department Chair 254-7476

Brian Baumer 254-7445

Mike Brickner 254-7361

Suzanne Dolembo 254-7785

Vincent Ferro 254-7364

Juanita Gerard 254-7370

Robert Haas 254-7369

Kyle Shaw 254-7413

Steve Sheltraw 254-7457

Joe Szajko 254-7372

Tori Thomas 254-7371

Gina Wisler 254-7430

 

Math Course Offering

2017–18 Course Offering Guide

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Mr. Baumer’s web site

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Homework Hotline. Free help

PBS Math Line

Math.com [Links to various Math sites] [Grades: K-12]

Ask Dr. Math US

Mathematics Lesson Plans [Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12]

VMath Brain Teasers

Mathematics Lessons That Are Fun [Rice University] [Grades: 5-12]

Math Resources

Math Problem Generator

Welcome to the Math Lesson Plan Page! [Grades: K-8, 6-12]

Purple Math – Your Algebra Source
If you need some help with your algebra, they’ve “got links, lessons, and guidelines, to help you find success in algebra.”

Internet Projects for Arithmetic

Maths Links and On-Line Tools: List of useful links to online tools and mathematical subjects

Teachers’ Place: find some of the best resources for teaching math at all levels (preK to grad school)

Search for Math on the Internet

A Catalog of Mathematics Resources on WWW and the Internet

funbrain.com: featuring interactive and educational math games for kids of all ages, including Math Baseball and Change Maker. These games can be tailored in difficulty for students in K-8, and might be useful as review in 9-12.

Math League Help Topics: This is a help resource for 4th through 8th grades

Coolmath.com: Not much for lower level classes, but check it out for the fun stuff. Make sure that you take Karen’s Genius Test.

Ask Dr. Math. You can also submit your own questions or search an archive of previous questions for middle school or for high school.

Try to solve the Middle School Problem of the Week put up by the Math Forum Project of Swathmore College. High school teachers, your class may not be eligible to submit answers, but you can find some challenging problems here.

Math resources at edhelper.com