CONNECTING MATH TO OUR LIVES
MATH INTERNET RESOURCES
The following websites provide a starting point for educators
interested in finding on-line resources that deal with math
and issues of equity, access and social justice. We invite
you to share with us any on-line resources you think would
be good to add to this list.
The Eisenhower National Clearinghouse is a gateway to many
great K-12 mathematics and science resources on the Internet.
on Ideas for Reform or Reform in Action to find resources
about educational change.
on Equity and Access to find multilingual resources.
The Math Forum aims to build an online community of teachers,
students, researchers, parents, educators, and citizens at
all levels who have an interest in math and math education.
presents examples of classroom practice that are progressive,
constructive and actively engage children in learning.
Tales from the Electronic Frontier tells the stories of 10
teachers' actual classroom experiences using the Internet
in K-12 science and mathematics.
MATH PRINT RESOURCES
Our Classrooms: Teaching for Equity and Justice (Volumes 1
and 2) From Rethinking Schools
Bringing the World into the Math Class by Claudia Zaslavsky
Math and Media: Bias Busters by Bob Peterson
World Poverty and World Resources by Susan Hersh nad Bob
Math, Equity and Economics
In Volume 2:
Teaching Math Across the Curriculum by Bob Peterson
Percent as a Tool For Social Justice by Bob Peterson
Bias and CD_ROM Encyclopedias by Bob Peterson
Math, Maps, and Misrepresentation by Eric Gutstein
Counts: Number and Pattern in African Culture and other books
on by Claudia Zaslavsky on Multicultural Math Education
and articles by Marilyn Frankenstein on Critical Math Education