Educator Resources

Connecticut Common Core Resources-

Professional Organizations

American Association of Physics Teachers
American Chemical Society
Associated Teachers of Mathematics in Connecticut (ATOMIC) 
Association of Teachers of Mathematics in New England
Connecticut Association of Physics Teachers (CAPT)
Connecticut Science Center (CTCSE)
CT Educators Computer Association
Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund
Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) Science Expo
Connecticut Science Supervisors Association (CSSA) 
Connecticut Science Teachers Association (CSTA)
Connecticut Technology Education Association (CTEA) 
National Center for Mathematics and Science
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)
Regional Alliance for Mathematics and Science Education

Mathematics & Science

Geometry Step-by-Step from the Land of the Incas is a fabulous collection of elaborately illustrated proofs for many theorems.

The Calculators On-Line Center contains over "23,565" Calculators & Spreadsheets, over "3,200" Courses, Lectures, Manuals, Handbooks, & "1,000's" of Movies, Videos, Simulations & Animations offers math problems at all levels of challenge and for all ages including lessons in algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus; thinking games; online calculators

Copernicus Educational Gateway offers K-12 resources for teachers, students, and families.

Digital Library for Earth System Education is a grassroots, community-based effort involving teachers, students, and scientists working together to create a library of educational resources and services to support Earth system science education, at all levels.

Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education
Be sure to check out their magazine Focus online at ENC Focus or sign up for a free print subscription at

ENC's Digital Dozen highlights thirteen mathematics and science sites. A new list is presented each month.

High School Ace is an academic resource for high school students including reference collection, interactive activities, subject guides, and college information.

How Stuff Works is a magazine with games, puzzles and website listings about how stuff works. Also has teacher pages.

Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications has many links, including a link to Math Matters, a list of lectures that feature distinguished mathematicians and scientists who are also superb expositors able to illuminate the role mathematics is playing in understanding our world and shaping our lives. The lectures are aimed at a broad audience.

Math Cats offers puzzles, interactive projects, contests, and printable activities; must download MicroWorlds plug-in for projects (free)

The Prime Pages is dedicated entirely to the study of prime numbers -- history, curios, trivia, and, of course, numbers!

Talcott Mountain Science Center

The Math Forum