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The matrices are a series of online tables of electronic and technology resources supporting California middle school math content standards for grades 6, 7 and Algebra 1. The resources align to the two California state-adopted middle school textbook series of McDougall-Littell and Prentice Hall. The Grade 6 matrix also aligns to Harcourt and Scott Foresman. Search by strand and then math concept to find some great resources and ideas!

List of specific video resources for middle school math that can be used for differentiation.

Educational technology resources for differentiated instruction in the middle school math classroom

Excellent collections of math links with very organized sets of tags...Everything is easy to find.

Mathcasts can Help students learn & review math.
Help teachers collaborate & improve their teaching.
Help parents help their children and enable them to see examples of their childrens' work. Mathcasts.org was created to give students a library of math tutorials and problem solutions and to give teachers a place to share their methods for teaching & learn from others. It's also a place where students & teachers can contribute and organize sets of movies for others or themselves to use.

A premier source of classroom tested, Internet-based economic lesson materials for K-12 teachers and their students. Lots of resources to tie into the curriculum.

Book/Lesson alignments to the math tools found at Project Interactivate with the Math Thematics text.

In collaboration with Intel and The Mathematical Association, the Mathematical Toolkit and Number line have been designed specifically to support the teaching and learning of mathematics for

The "All About Ratios" activities are designed to introduce ratios in a concept-building way. The activities can be done on computers with Internet access or printed.

This set of standards-based classroom examples aims to capture exemplary practices in the use of technology in the teaching and learning of mathematics.

This site contains activities that explore statistics and probability, algebra, geometry, decimals, percents, negative numbers, and more. Students take on the role of a secret agent and use their math skills to thwart the corporate menace, Villainy, Inc!

Middle School problem solving videos. Click Rollem'em to choose from the different episodes. Could be used for individual, small group and whole class problem-solving activities. Demonstrates the reasoning needed to solve the problem.

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