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The National Math Trail

The National Math Trail The National Math Trail Internet project helps teachers motivate students with real-world examples of mathematics. It also provides an opportunity for students to develop an understanding of concepts and to just practice skills. Teachers can integrate technology into
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The National Math Trail


The National Math Trail Internet project helps teachers motivate students with real-world examples of mathematics. It also provides an opportunity for students to develop an understanding of concepts and to just practice skills. Teachers can integrate technology into the project at beginner, intermediate, or advanced levels. Exceptionally detailed, this site contains lesson plans, learning exercises, rubric assessments, examples of student work, resource guides, technology ideas, and more — all documented with video clips.

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