I’ve found it helpful to store links to things here if I want to be able to find them quickly for my own use in the future. If they’re useful to you, that’s all the better!
- Generate a scatterplot with any r-value with this Geogebra applet by David Wees.
- Desmos calculator that zooms in on any region of a graph, by @davidkbutlerUoA.
- Vocab party files to support ELL students in Algebra 1, by Rick Barlow. (The blog post includes a link to the actual files)
- This Teachers Pay Teachers store is for Algebra 1 and seems pretty good. I haven’t checked it out in detail yet.
- Multiplying binomials using algebra tiles on Desmos. I’m not sure who created this, but it’s nice. I’ve also made a version in the Activity Builder here.
- Julie Reulbach created this helpful list of Algebra 1 teachers on Twitter.
- Drawing a pet house using linear and non-linear graphs on Desmos. By MathyCathy.
- In a unit on function transformations, I wonder if advanced students might be interested in this video on a visual, transformational approach to General Relativity.
- Fascinating visual of which quadratics are factorable, and which are not. By Scott Farrar.
- Visual explanation of why anything^0=1. By me.
- Visual riddle about slope. On Desmos. By Nick Corley. (And my backup copy)
- Explanation of what a radian is, by Luke Walsh. (And here’s my backup copy in case he deletes it).
- Visualization of sin, cos, tan and reciprocals on the unit circle. By Ben Sparks.
- 1-minute dance video on end behavior and multiplicity of roots. By Julie Reulbach. Note that the 6th-degree function should be labeled “even end behavior,” not “even function.” Just discuss that with your kids.
- Visualization of exponential growth (bacteria multiplying). By Anna Blinstein.
- Self-referential multiple choice tests (like a riddle). By Mike Lawler.
- Middle school math club topics. By Benjamin Leis
Probability and Combinatorics
- Harry O’Malley on the largest number he’s ever experienced.
- A summary of a study on the benefits of spaced retrieval practice. Summary by Efrat Furst. Study by Rawson, K. A., Dunlosky, J., & Sciartelli, S. M. (2013), “The power of successive relearning: Improving performance on course exams and long-term retention.”
- Some day I may decide to read the articles in this twitter thread started by Efrat Furst.