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- Khan Academy: This site has some great videos covering many high school math topics.
- My GeoGebraTube Account: This site hosts a bunch of online math applets that I have built for my classes. Note: you do not need to install GeoGebra to use them!
- GeoGebra: This is a wonderful free, multi-platform program for doing all kinds of mathematics, especially geometry.
- GeoGebra Online: This is just GeoGebra for folks who don't want to install it.
- Mathigon: This website has some gorgeous interactive math e-books. Their World of Mathematics e-book is spectacular!
- Code.org: This free website has some excellent activities for beginners wanting to learn the very basics of computer science and algorithm design. It's definitely focused more towards an elementary-school aged audience.
- Scratch: This is a wonderful animation based programming environment for kids. Kids (or adults) can explore loop creation, conditional statements, and more with Scratch. It's pretty easy to get started making games too!
- Code Academy: This free website has a series of courses which teach users how to program computers. Users can chose one (or more) of a variety of programming language. This website is geared more at people aged 13+.
- Project Euler: For those who already know at least a little bit of computer programming, Project Euler has a number of great puzzles to practice your skills with. The puzzles range from very easy to incredibly hard.
- Guide to Programming Languages: This website gives a nice overview of a variety of programming languages.
- Other Links: This website has a number of other links to wonderful programming resources.