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Interactive Projects

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Flash Projects

Small applications ('Applicini') developed in Macromedia Flash are designed to create interactions tailored to specific mathematical topics. Topics include a fractions game for pre-K to third grade ("Kids and Cookies"), and tools for algebra (linear programming and matrices), calculus (integrals and derivatives), and physics (frequency and rhythm).

Sierpinski Polygon (external link)

The Sierpinski Polygon MicroWorlds computer program draws regular polygon versions of Sierpinski's Triangle. Students can generate a Sierpinski Polygon by choosing a ratio distance between two vertices and randomly generating many points. Once you click on the above link, you must click on the cube inside the frame to download the software. Carefully follow the provided directions when downloading the software.


GeoWeb

This website was developed by fifth-year students in the secondary mathematics teacher education program at the University of Virginia. The students collaborated to develop this website for their Masters project in the spring semester of 2002.

Golenor's Geometry Gala!

This website was developed by Matt Golenor, a fifth-year student in the secondary mathematics teacher education program at the University of Virginia. He developed this website for his Masters project in the spring semester of 2001.


What are the odds? The Ins and Outs of Probability

This website was developed by fifth-year students in the secondary mathematics teacher education program at the University of Virginia. The students collaboratively worked together developing this website for their Masters project in the spring semester of 2000.

 

   

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