### ONLINE MATH TOOLS STUDENTS CAN USE

- CUEthink Math Problems App Recommendation | Carpe Ed Tech

Word problems (many from The Math Forum) and prompts for students to break them into 4 clear phases (based on Polya's Problem Solving Techniques): Understand, Plan, Solve and Review. Students' work can be shared within a class. - Learn Desmos | Michael Fenton

Includes a series of challenges. - GeoGebra at TMC14 | John Golden

On Twitter, #ggbchat can help. - Google Sheets: Create Pixel Art | Alice Keeler, Teacher Tech

Using Google Sheets to make pixel art. Teaches lots about spreadsheets; could be used to make visual patterns or do something with proportions or... - Box Plot Generator

Plotly and Geogebra may also be good for this, say Twitter users. - MathDice Online Archive

Online version of MathDice game: make a target number from 3 other numbers ("rolled" on "dice") and any operations. Requires latest version of Flash. Instructions can be found at http://www.mathdice.com/kids/fullinstructions.html (note: I can't find the online tutorial game they mention). - Common Core Standards Explorer | Graphite

Reviews of free and paid software and apps related to different Common Core standards.

### ONLINE MATH TOOLS & RESOURCES FOR TEACHER PREP

- How to Create Math Expressions in Google Forms | Guillermo Batista
- Google Forms FINALLY Loves Math | fishing4tech.com
- Math Videos for Error Analysis | Andrew Stadel

The particular emphasis here is on videos for error analysis (students identify mistakes), but there are great tips for making any math video. - Dynamic Paper | NCTM Illuminations

Make graph paper, number lines, nets, shapes, ... - MyScript MathPad: Handwriting->LaTeX Generator

Saves as image or LaTeX or MathML. Plays well with Wolfram Alpha for an extra $5.

### ONLINE RESOURCES TO HELP STUDENTS UNDERSTAND MATH CONCEPTS

- SolveMe Mobiles

For algebra - build or play puzzles to figure out value of various shapes balanced on a mobile. Rec'd by Tina Cardone. - Factorization - Visual illustration of divisor pairs | GeoGebraTube
- British Long Division Helper | mathshelper.net

Works much like our long division, but they include all of the dividend and subtract full multiples of the divisor from it. (Longer to write but makes more sense) - Rates and proportional relationships | Graphing and analyzing proportional relationships | Khan Academy

Dan Meyer says: "Proportional relationships is one of KA's better sets. Many different representations. Analysis, not calculation." KA praise from DM is rare enough to be worth checking out.

### OTHER INTERESTING MATH STUFF ONLY AVAILABLE ONLINE

- 10 TED "Math talks to blow your mind" | TED.com

Have not actually watched these yet. All men (sigh)

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