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McDougal Littell
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Tools for Understanding
Technology Integration for Secondary Math Students
"In addition to using technologies as a way to compensate for computational methods that have not been mastered, many of our lessons draw the connection between mathematics and their application in everyday contexts."
Park City Secondary Math Institute 
Secondary School Teachers Program
Many resources, especially see:
Problem Sets from the Developing Mathematics Course
WOW: Read this blog called
The Exponential Curve
The purpose of this blog is to help generate and share ideas for teaching high school math concepts to students whose skills are below grade level.
TI Primers and Tutorials
on Tom Reardon's Webpage
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McDougal Littell
ClassZone  Choose your text
Tools for Understanding Technology Integration for Secondary Math Students
"In addition to using technologies as a way to compensate for computational methods that have not been mastered, many of our lessons draw the connection between mathematics and their application in everyday contexts."Park City Secondary Math Institute  Secondary School Teachers Program
WOW: Read this blog called The Exponential Curve
The purpose of this blog is to help generate and share ideas for teaching high school math concepts to students whose skills are below grade level.
TI Primers and Tutorials on Tom Reardon's Webpage