Mathematica with Algebra 1

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Mathematica with Algebra 1

Postby Andy_Dorsett » Wed Apr 28, 2010 3:29 pm

I've spoken with a lot of Algebra teachers who want to use software, or at least something interactive, for their students who are falling behind. As a previous Algebra teacher, I've found Demonstrations from the Wolfram Demonstrations Project to be a great way for teachers to slowly begin incorporating interactive elements into their lessons that just aren't possible with paper and pencil. Besides Mathematica, what other resources have you used to make your Algebra lessons more engaging?
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