*Free. 25 links. Divided into categories such as: inquiry and application, online tools and apps, interactives, math support, resources, practices, Math in the Media. If you’re not a math teacher, forward this link on immediately to all of your math colleagues. List provided by Bradley Lands.*

…Students should be engaged in creative, critical thinking when they are solving problems. Teachers should articulate that there are multiple ways to arrive at the same solution to any given problem and allow students to struggle in order to make discoveries on their own with guided facilitation and appropriate scaffolding.

To help with this problem, I am sharing my Top 25 Free Math Resources For Education that allow for student inquiry, exploration, and application. I hope you find useful ways to integrate these online resources into your instruction!

LINK: The Landscape: My Top 25 Free Math Resources for Education.

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