http://50ideas.wikispaces.com/ - Math teachers have created a Wiki for posting activities, lessons, tip, tricks, etc. from these training days. It is a protected Wiki site, so only authorized users can edit or add content, but we’ll authorize users as they request. Anyone can view and use the content on the site.
Manipula Math with Java - Interactive programs that you can manipulate and a lot of animation that helps students grasp the meaning of mathematical ideas.
jimbowebquest- This activity was used with remedial math students to look at patterns by solving and play games.
Sample General Math WebQuest: This webquest is was created for a new program being offered to "at risk" 9th graders at Manheim Central, Donegal, and E-town school districts. The program is a project based integrated program for Math, Science, and Language Arts. The topics in this webquest include Pythagorean Theorem, reading a ruler, proportions, surface area, and volume.
Winplot - has a decent set of capabilities that apply to calculus. it doesn't even need to be installed by the IT dept. the .exe can be placed on a shared drive and run without any installation whatsoever! Especially useful for the sections on approximating areas under curves with upper and lower rectangles which eventually leads to the definite integral.
Winplot Instructions - The Winplot software consists of a single program, winplot.exe. Follow these instructions to download and install the program on your home computer:
Instructions for Using Winplot - Winplot is a graphing utility written and maintained by Richard Parris, a teacher at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire.
Using Winplot - Videos that help you learn to use the amazing free software winplot.
Wingeom - Wingeom is for high-precision geometric constructions in both two and three dimensions. Drawings can be highlighted and animated in a variety of ways,