Here's my single favourite history of mathematics web site.

Here you may find a place to leave anonymous comments about the course.

Here is a virtual slide rule.

Eventually there may be samples of final projects that aren't on sections that you'll be doing on the final project page.

Here is a short proof of the rational root theorem.

A nice discussion of the history of trigonometry names.

Here are some materials for calculus that are designed for middle school teachers. It's an interesting point of view.

And, similarly, materials on probability and statistics for middle school teachers. And some more statistics (mostly concerning regression in one form or another).

The New York State regents exams you will be required to complete may be found here, from which you may select a wide variety of historical mathematics exams. One of your classmates found this one particularly interesting (from 1866).

New York State materials for common core: some particulars, more and more.

Here are some materials for calculus, from Calculus Connection by Asma Harcharras and Dorina Mitrea, 2007.

Here is a good website about the median-median line.

Even more fun than Anscombe's quartet is the Datasaurus Dozen.

Here is an extremely short summary of NCTM Content Standards for INTD 301 Grades 6 - 12.

Numeration and Operations

Rational Numbers

Problem Solving

Order

Ratio & Proportions

Number Theory

Factors, Multiples, Primes, Relatively Prime

Integers

Complexes

Vectors / Matrices

Properties of Operations

Algebra

Relations

Functions (various representations)

rates of change

intercepts

zeros

asymptotes

local / global

arithmetic

composition

inversion

exponential, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, periodic

equivalent representations

modeling

Geometry and Measurement

properties/attributes of 2-3d

problem solving - congruence & similarity, coordinates

coordinates (cartesian, polar, spherical)

transformations

constructions

area / volume formulae

Data Analysis / Probability

make good graphics

understand data and 'studies'

display and calculate distributions

run simulations

use data and statistics to make predictions

complementary, mutually exclusive, sample space

expected value of random variables

conditional probability and independent events

compound events

Problem Solving

Strategies, reflection and doing

Reasoning and Proof

Conjecture and prove in various ways

Communication

Discuss precisely

Connections

Connect within and outside mathematics

Representation

Represent in several ways

Rational Numbers

Problem Solving

Order

Ratio & Proportions

Number Theory

Factors, Multiples, Primes, Relatively Prime

Integers

Complexes

Vectors / Matrices

Properties of Operations

Algebra

Relations

Functions (various representations)

rates of change

intercepts

zeros

asymptotes

local / global

arithmetic

composition

inversion

exponential, polynomial, rational, logarithmic, periodic

equivalent representations

modeling

Geometry and Measurement

properties/attributes of 2-3d

problem solving - congruence & similarity, coordinates

coordinates (cartesian, polar, spherical)

transformations

constructions

area / volume formulae

Data Analysis / Probability

make good graphics

understand data and 'studies'

display and calculate distributions

run simulations

use data and statistics to make predictions

complementary, mutually exclusive, sample space

expected value of random variables

conditional probability and independent events

compound events

Problem Solving

Strategies, reflection and doing

Reasoning and Proof

Conjecture and prove in various ways

Communication

Discuss precisely

Connections

Connect within and outside mathematics

Representation

Represent in several ways

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