Our featured resources for mathematics learning can help your students see important concepts in a new light.
All Mathematics Resources
- Comparing Motion to Trajectory with the Qualitative Grapher
Gain insight into the difficulties students face in learning to interpret graphs
- Describing Velocity
Learn about velocity-time graphs and their connection to corresponding position-time graphs, and determine velocity during different intervals.
- Graphing Quadratic Equations
Students learn to graph a quadratic equation using the coordinates of the vertex of a parabola and its x-intercepts.
- How Fast Am I Moving?
Investigate the relationship between slope and velocity on a position-time graph.
- Linear Equations: Points, Intercepts, and Slopes, Oh My!
Students learn to graph lines using the x- and y-intercepts of equations, as well as how to graph a line when given an equation in point-slope form.
- Linear Equations: Ski Slope
Learn about the numeric representation of the slope of a line, including using rise and run to graph lines with a given slope.
- Maria's Run
Show that the motion of objects can be described by position, direction of motion, and speed.
- Motion Toward and Away
Explore different ways of describing motion on a graph.
- Quadratic Functions in Vertex Form
Students learn to identify the vertex of a parabola from the vertex form of a quadratic function equation, and then graph the parabola.
- Quadratic Word Problems Part 1
Students solve two problems involving the motion of projectile objects, modeling the motion using quadratic equations.
- Quadratic Word Problems Part 2
Students solve two problems each involving the motion of projectile objects, modeling the motion using quadratic equations.
- Solving Linear Equations with the Function Analyzer
Reveal the connection between symbolic and graphic representations of equation solving
- Was Galileo Right?
Explore the effect of gravity on objects of various mass during free fall.
- Weaving a Parabola Web with the Quadratic Transformer
Explore how the graph of a quadratic function and its symbolic expression relate to each other
Learn to graph a line using its slope and y-intercept, or to identify the slope and y-intercept from a linear equation written in slope-intercept form.