Welcome
The internet sites found listed here are the result of work completed by teachers who attended the Generation II: MASER project during one week Summer Workshops. Workshop participants researched mathematics internet sites using a set of developed evaluation criteria. A set of internet learning activities for teachers and students were developed which correlated directly with State of Michigan Mathematics Content Expectations. In several of the strands, the "domains" are similar to "Standards" in Principles and Standards for School Mathematics from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. The result is that teachers and students will be able to use the internet resources as a learning tool which is fully integrated with their mathematics curriculum. Click here for more background information on the project.
Mathematics Internet Sites
The Mathematics Internet sites are organized under the following headings: Lower Elementary Internet Sites (K2), Upper Elementary Internet Sites
(35), Middle School Internet Sites (68), and High School Internet Sites (912). Each Internet site is listed under the "Mathematics Domain" that it meets.
The General Mathematics Sites are Internet sites that do not meet specific "Mathematics Expectations". Listed are numerous outstanding sites which contain resources that might be useful to teachers. The major topics under "General Mathematics Sites" are: Mathematics Games and Student Activities; Mathematics Lesson Plans; Interactive Learning and Problem Solving Activities; Word Searches and Puzzles; Assessments for Mathematics; Concept Maps for Mathematics; and Misconceptions for Mathematics. The "General Resources" topics contain links to resources listed under the following headings: Careers in Mathematics; Women and Minorities Issues; Miscellaneous Sites; Multiple Subject Indexes; Mathematics History, Jokes, and Humor; Mathematics Dictionaries and Multimedia Resources. Also included is information about how to use "Internet Media Resources" and other general information.
(35), Middle School Internet Sites (68), and High School Internet Sites (912). Each Internet site is listed under the "Mathematics Domain" that it meets.
The General Mathematics Sites are Internet sites that do not meet specific "Mathematics Expectations". Listed are numerous outstanding sites which contain resources that might be useful to teachers. The major topics under "General Mathematics Sites" are: Mathematics Games and Student Activities; Mathematics Lesson Plans; Interactive Learning and Problem Solving Activities; Word Searches and Puzzles; Assessments for Mathematics; Concept Maps for Mathematics; and Misconceptions for Mathematics. The "General Resources" topics contain links to resources listed under the following headings: Careers in Mathematics; Women and Minorities Issues; Miscellaneous Sites; Multiple Subject Indexes; Mathematics History, Jokes, and Humor; Mathematics Dictionaries and Multimedia Resources. Also included is information about how to use "Internet Media Resources" and other general information.
Science Internet Sites
Listed in the Elementary Internet Sites (K4), and Middle School Internet Sites (57) are links organized under the four Science Content Disciplines of Science Processes, Physical Science, Life Science, and Earth Science. The High School Internet Sites (812) are listed under the Disciplines: Earth Science, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. Each Internet site is listed under the Science Standard and Content Expectation that it meets.
The General Internet Sites are Internet sites that do not meet specific "Science Content Statements and Expectations". Listed are numerous outstanding sites which contain resources that will be useful to teachers. The "General Science Sites" contain links to science knowledge in each of the major science disciplines organized by grade levels. Also found in this area are resources on Assessments, Concept Maps and Misconceptions for Science. The "General Resources" contains links organized under the following topics: Miscellaneous Sites; Multiple Subject Indexes; Science Centers/Museums/Aquariums/Zoos; Women/Minorities/Inventors; Careers in Science; Teacher Resources 1 (Information / Pictures / Diagrams / Movies / Videos / Animations); Teacher Resources 2 (Science Fair Projects / Science Games & Activities / Science News / Live Web Cams / Museums & Science Centers) and Science Dictionaries. The "Using Internet Media Resources" contains information about using internet media resources and other general information related to that topic.
The General Internet Sites are Internet sites that do not meet specific "Science Content Statements and Expectations". Listed are numerous outstanding sites which contain resources that will be useful to teachers. The "General Science Sites" contain links to science knowledge in each of the major science disciplines organized by grade levels. Also found in this area are resources on Assessments, Concept Maps and Misconceptions for Science. The "General Resources" contains links organized under the following topics: Miscellaneous Sites; Multiple Subject Indexes; Science Centers/Museums/Aquariums/Zoos; Women/Minorities/Inventors; Careers in Science; Teacher Resources 1 (Information / Pictures / Diagrams / Movies / Videos / Animations); Teacher Resources 2 (Science Fair Projects / Science Games & Activities / Science News / Live Web Cams / Museums & Science Centers) and Science Dictionaries. The "Using Internet Media Resources" contains information about using internet media resources and other general information related to that topic.
Background Information

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