Brown Dot Teaching Resources
A group of Brown Dots
(19992000 Project NExT Fellows) are collecting web resources on
various topics. This page is maintained by
Randall Pruim and includes resources for
the Education of Mathematics Teachers
Parenthesized names following items indicate the preson
who brought the link to my attention.
Worksheets and Other Course materials

The Mathematics Forum:
Math Ed resources at Swarthmore (Edith Prentice Mendez)

Robin Pemantle's discoverylearning materials:
Robin Pemantle is a prof at the University of WisconsinMadison.
(Tom Roby, metis@seki.mcs.csuhayward.edu)

SLU Teaching Materials: Anneke Bart and Mike May have collected
some resources for teaching teacher. Mostly geometry stuff.
(Anneke Bart)

Anneke Bart's teaching materials. Was orignially just
a very short list (all of it geometry related), but she
promises to "add other material to it when I have a little bit more time."
Worksheets are in postscript and pdf formats.
(Anneke Bart)

Massachusetts DOE Comprehensive Assessment System

Materials used in a
first course for teachers at Calvin College:
Course covers primarily problem solving and number systems (counting,
operations, algorithms, fractions, decimals, percents, etc) and ends
with a bit of algebra.
Materials are available in postscript, pdf, and laTeX source.
(Randall Pruim)
Info on Active Teaching Strategies

Tutor Certification Program
sponsored by the
College Reading and Learning Association. They provide good suggestions for
what to do, and have some curriculum materials available.
(Gideon Weinstein)

Supplemental Instruction materials.
Another source of good ideas.
See the SI Leader training manual, for example.
(Gideon Weinstein)

Recommended Articles
Middle Grades Mathematics
Lists of links

Visit
T.J. Murphey's home page to see the education related
links he has collected.

Julian Fleron also has links on his home page.
(Check out "Mathematical and Educational Quotation Server" and a
"Mathematics for Liberal Arts Information Page".)
Miscellaneous

Judith Covington took
notes at the Project NExT Teacher Education
Sessions at the Joint Mettings in Washington, DC, (January, 2000).
This page maintained by:
Randall Pruim
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Calvin College
rpruim@calvin.edu
Wednesday, 29Mar2000 10:30:59 EST