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CT4ME -- Your #1 Math ResourceThanks to the many educators, K-12 schools, professors, universities, state departments of education, publishers, and other educational organizations for listing CT4ME among your resources for teaching and learning. 

Those who link to CT4ME often use or select content from the following statement:

Computing Technology for Math Excellence ( is devoted to the standards movement and integrating technology into teaching and learning and into K-12 mathematics and calculus.  Find specific resources for the Common Core math standards, project-based learning, standardized testing, virtual manipulatives, technology integration, software, math apps and sites for basic skills, problem solving, homework assistance, games/simulations, multimedia development, web design, math initiatives, math methodology, professional development, research, and news, including the Every Student Succeeds Act, and the Common Core State Standards Initiative. Accessibility resources are included.

Below are just a few of the many who are finding our resources of value.  We'd love to hear from you, too.

Berkeley County Schools lists this site as a resource for project-based learning.

Discomath includes CT4ME among its additional math resources.  The site provides math investigations, mini-lessons and math tools for teachers and students. Investigations are designed on the project-based learning model.

Kids' Money includes CT4ME among its organizations that it loves, and said it is a "wonderful educational resource."

Illinois Shared Learning Environment: Open Educational Resources (IOER) has included CT4ME.

LINCS Resource Collection includes CT4ME's Technology Integration: Essential Questions as a professional development resource.  LINCS (Literacy Information and Communication System) "is a national leadership initiative of the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) to expand evidence-based practice in the field of adult education" (About LINCS section).

CT4ME was added to MERLOT (2015, August 10), the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching.

CT4ME Math Manipulatives is a suggested resource in the Georgia Department of Education, Georgia Standards of Excellence Framework, Foundations of Algebra, Module 2: Arithmetic to Algebra (2020, July, p. 14 of 230).

Hot news of January 2012! was named in the list of 20 indispensable online test prep resources.

CT4ME's resource Standardized Test Preparation and Tips for Success was cited by Dr. Karen Walker in a Research Brief on Test-Taking Strategies (2010) prepared for The Principals' Partnership

The Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative (WATI) produced a resource manual for school district teams called Assessing Students' Needs for Assistive Technology (ASNAT) 5th Edition (2009).  Chapter 8 addresses Assistive Technology for Math.  CT4ME is listed among resources for virtual manipulatives (see page 23).

CT4ME was cited as a valuable resource in chapter 6 (pp. 84, 88), "The Role of Technology in the Mathematics Classroom," in Guiding Children's Learning of Mathematics,11th ed., 2008, written by Leonard M. Kennedy, Steve Tipps, and Art Johnson.

An A+ to CT4ME from Education World Education World awarded an A+ to CT4ME for content and site design in their September 2006 review.  Updated 2009.

The Education Alliance (WV) quoted CT4ME's Math Methodology section in Closing the Achievement Gap: Best Practices in Teaching Mathematics (2006, Spring, pp. 9, 13, 14).

ExploreLearning posted this comment about CT4ME in their blog (2005, April 14): "It’s one of the best sites out there for learning about issues surrounding computers and math education, very up to date and chock full of information."  ExploreLearning is known for its "gizmos," math and science simulations for grades 3-12.

Michigan State University includes CT4ME's math manipulatives among its Classroom Tools for RISE: Resources in Special Education.

The Oregon Council of Teachers of Mathematics included CT4ME in its Links of the Month in their January 2004 issue of The Oregon Mathematics Teacher [TOMT] and has linked to CT4ME under its section: Other Helpful Math Links: Math Assessment: Math Standardized Test Preparation.  In April 2010, CT4ME is listed among resources in OREGON MATHEMATICS TEACHER UPDATE #21.

CT4ME was the site of the day on 11/6/2003 at!

CT4ME was also the site of the day on 11/6/2003 at the Wall Street & Technology Online Magazine.

Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory Logo footer gifNorthwest Regional Educational Laboratory's Library in the Sky chose CT4ME for its Editor's Pick of the Week on 10/6/2003. lists CT4ME among its useful sites for educators.

National Institute of Education (Singapore) lists CT4ME among its mathematics resources.

CT4ME is a featured resource for virtual math manipulatives in Teaching K-8 Magazine in January 2005.  According to Linda Lindroth, author of How to...Find Online Math Manipulatives, "This one is a must-have in your bookmarks or favorites!"

Glencoe Online, a McGraw-Hill company, lists CT4ME among its web resources for math.

LD Online notes that CT4ME is a helpful source of information on math manipulatives in its article The Use of Manipulatives in Mathematics Instruction by Louise Spear-Swerling.

Learners Online includes CT4ME as a professional development resource for secondary mathematics teachers.

The Mathematics WWW Virtual Library of Florida State University includes Computing Technology for Math Excellence.

MIT BLOSSOMS, which provides math and science video lessons for high school learners, recognizes CT4ME among its math resources.

You'll find Computing Technology for Math Excellence listed as a helpful resource at Teaching Calculus and Visual Math Learning.

Northern Indiana Educational Services Center (NIESC) lists CT4ME among its content area resources for math.

Teaching Calculus recognizes CT4ME as a resource.

Teaching to the nth Degree includes CT4ME for its project-based learning.


On May 18, 2020, the folks at Omni Calculator sent the following image they created with Thank You, Dr. Pat. Their message also included: "It's our simple but heartfelt way of thanking you for helping us so much. We hope this brightens your day."  It really did!

Omnicalculator Thank You, Dr. Pat


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