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The WWW references listed below are a few of the many websites now available and the following list is not meant to be comprehensive. Searching the Internet for a specific mathematics topic is sure to come up with a range of suitable websites
Australian websites:
The Mathematical Association of Victoria (MAV) is a professional association which supports, promotes and shapes mathematics education in Victoria by providing quality services and products for teachers, students and the wider community. Its site has a range of information that would be of use to adult numeracy teachers.
The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers Inc. is a federation of affiliated associations representing all Australian States and Territories. AAMT acts as a national network and council of mathematics educators, and is the premier national professional body in Australia publishing statements on issues affecting mathematics.
Maths300 is an Australian web-based service which aims to support teachers in the delivery of excellent mathematics education. It aims to resource members with extensive notes for, at least, 300 exemplary maths lessons (K-12):http://www.curriculum.edu.au/maths300/
Objective Learning Materials is a bookshop for teachers wanting alternative resources for teaching numeracy and maths in a non-traditional way.
International Websites - Adult numeracy websites
Adults Learning Maths (ALM) is an international research forum bringing together researchers and practitioners in adult mathematics/numeracy.
The Adult Numeracy Network (ANN) (US) is a community of practitioners dedicated to quality mathematics instruction at the adult level. Their site includes details of their activities, links to resources and instruction for join the Numeracy discussion list on the teaching of numeracy and basic mathematics to adult learners.

There is a new European project on numeracy, the EMMA network. 15 European countries are involved in this project. The EMMA project is attempting to develop an inventory of activities, links, resources, published papers, etc.

Maths4Life is a three year UK based project which aims to stimulate a positive approach to teaching and learning in mathematics and numeracy in England.

Toolboxes
A wide range of online resources have been developed in Australia that are based on teaching and learning mathematics in a context – these have been called “toolboxes”. Some are generic, whilst others are specific to a particular industry or trade. To find out about all toolboxes:
http://flexiblelearning.net.au/toolbox/

Below are some specific examples.

General mathematics education websites
Maths300 is an Australian web-based service which aims to support teachers in the delivery of excellent mathematics education. It aims to resource members with extensive notes for, at least, 300 exemplary maths lessons (K-12).

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) site is a comprehensive USA website for teachers of mathematics with many useful resources and ideas.

The Math Forum aims to be an online math education community centre and is a site full of maths ideas and resources, including 'Ask Dr. Math', problem of the week, an on-line forum and a number of discussion groups.
The Math Archives hold a large number s to various web-based resources on mathematics. Icons guide you to the levels of the activities and the types of web pages that are used (JAVA, animations, interactive etc.)

Online Data in mathematics, science and technology education contains links to sites that hold recent data in mathematics, science and technology education. These include Olympics statistics, weather data and US Census data.

The Knot a Braid of Links site aims to provide a rough guide to math on the web. It holds lots of activities and you can contribute your own as well.
Math in Daily Life: http://www.learner.org/exhibits/dailymath/
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