Contributor: Austin Smucker | Length : 50 | File type : Audio
Why do we teach algebra? Should we teach algebra? Well, then how should we teach it? How can we make it practical to our students? Are there ways to make hard concepts stick around for a while?
Contributor: Verlin Miller | Length : 51 | File type : Audio
What are you going to do when you step out in front of the elementary youngsters? What are some pitfalls? How can we best get this math lodged securely in the students brains so it doesnt fall out... Read More
Contributor: Ruth Anna Kuhns | Length : 5 | File type : Video
How can you help your elementary students master the abstract concepts of math? In these two videos, Ruth Anna Kuhns describes two ways to help students visualize math, and make connections: rekenreks... Read More
Contributor: Elmer Glick | Length : 73 | File type : Audio
Elmer encourages an appetite for geometry and the glory it can bring to God. Courtesy Christian Light Education (CLE).
Contributor: Jonas Sauder | Length : 73 | File type : Audio
Geometry, and spatial thinking, offers practical solutions for daily life, says Jonas. Courtesy Christian Light Education (CLE).
Contributor: Arlene Birt | File type : Curricular
Math League: math contests, grades 4-12
MathFax: math contests, grades 3-12
Math.com: the math world online
Metric Conversion Tools: online calculators for metric conversion
Math ... Read More
Contributor: James Nickel | File type : Article
In a 10-page biographical sketch, James Nickel recounts God's work in his life that led him to write the book Mathematics: Is God Silent? Reproduced with permission from BiblicalChristianWorldview.net... Read More
Contributor: Melvin Lehman | Length : 108 | File type : Audio
Melvin urges teachers to enable their students to succeed by learning mathematical concepts, computation, and application. In a lengthy session laden with exercises in the subject, Melvin gives exampl... Read More
Contributor: John Swartz | Length : 74 | File type : Audio
Math is taught in all of our schools, but not many schools know the real reason for this. John gives a wholistic view of the importance of teaching math.