Hi Mary,
You can visit this website http://www.contenco.net/example1.php
This is one of our way of providing solutions which will attract most of the students. We provide similar content to many websites who directly deal with the students. We also provide original tutorial content with theory and solved examples which will be another interesting way to approach students.
If this is what you were looking for, you can contact me and we can discuss more about this.
Regards,
Asha
Hi Mary,
I'm currently writing an Algebra II text for a digital textbook company, and I've found several links to various online interactive math games, online/interactive practice sites, etc.
http://www.gamequarium.com/algebra.htm
http://www.math-play.com/Algebra-Math-Games.html
Those have really helped to keep some of the students interested. Also, the cyber school that I work for uses a program called Gizmo for online math tutorials and lessons.
Good luck, and take care!
Thanks for the websites. Do you have any ideas for an online geometry course? It is so hard to create from scratch. Or do you know of one out there that is free or that could be purchased for use by students?
Even an online textbook would help so that I didn't have to find individual lessons here and there.
I would appreciate any help you can give me.
Hi Mary,
If you are looking forward to develop Geometry content we could provide you the apt content. We could develop geometry tutorials which would explain the context with theory, solved examples and exercise questions. Could you provide more details on the levels/grades that need to be followed. I have attached a tutorial content for your perusal. You can visit our website http://www.contenco.net/example1.php
You can mail me at asha.parvathy@pitsolutions.com, to discuss more about this.
Regards,
Asha
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