Math Education

Here are some math education resources that we would like to share with you:

  • Washington University Math Circle
    Professor Blake Thornton of Washington University runs a cool program that meets on Sundays. While this is primarily aimed toward middle school students, high school students are encouraged to attend as well.
  • IMACS
    IMACS provides programming for elementary school students that leads directly into the MEGSSS program material. The also provide other after-school enrichment in computer programming and other math-related topics. Unlike MEGSSS, IMACS is a "for profit" company. Doug Hunt, the local director of IMACS, is a MEGSSS alum.
  • Southern Baptist University Math Links
    This link is to Dr. Kevin Hopkins listing of math-related websites and resources. Dr. Hopkins refers St. Louis students to us and has a link to MEGSSS on this page. Thanks, Dr. Hopkins!
  • Khan Academy Math Resources
    These are excellent math resources for more advanced math students. Khan Academy is a 501(c)3 with a mission of providing a world-class education to anyone, anywhere.
  • Ideas Worth Spreading About Why Math Teaching is So Important.
  • Math Munch
    Math/art tools and games, as well as news.