I have wanted to create online interactive math tutorials for a while. In February of 2008, I downloaded the demo for Flash CS3. I was able to make some movies for students to watch, but could not add interactivity before the trial ran out. The week or so before the trial ran out I saw that there would be a week long MAA & NSF sponsored PREP workshop in June 2008 in Shippensburg (only about 1 hour away). I planned to go and was ecstatic when HACC was willing to pay for it.

If you are an educator and plan to use Flash to make anything for your students I highly recommend going to these workshops when/if they are available. The instructors Doug Ensley & Barbara Kaskosz are excellent. They are both Math Professors. Yes, the workshops are geared towards Math Educators, but anyone especially Sciences will really benefit from this. Many of their tutorials are also online at the Flash & Math website. Some of the materials are now available in a book through Amazon.

**February
2008 Projects**

Factoring using Group Method (AC Method) - Quicktime movie to be improved and eventually turned into a guided tutorial.

Division of Rational Expressions - Quicktime movie to be improved and eventually turned into a guided tutorial.

**June 2008 Projects**

Factoring Practice: x

^{2}+ bx + c, all are randomly generated and factorable with Hints. This one is the basis for my combined practice that I am still working on.Factoring Practice: ax

^{2}+ bx + c, all are randomly generated and factorable with Hints and NO GCF.Factoring Practice: ax

^{2}+ bx + c, all are randomly generated and factorable with Hints with GCF.started working on a Quadratic Maker class to be used in the Combined Practice and for future projects with Rational Expressions.

**July
& August 2008**

I did not do my own projects, but I modified an Arithmetic Practice by Doug & Barbara for Operations on Integers. I hope to add more fraction practices.

Exponent Drill "Reasonable" Exponents

Fraction Addition Integer Numerators up to 100, Whole Number Denominators to 100 (no 0s)

**July
2009**

Prime Number Sieve Preliminary Sieve of Eratosthenes. I have already started working on a few other versions, which I hope to get up here before the end of the month

Math Matching Game Test your knowledge of translations between Math and English. The next version will have variables too!

Metric Conversions Matching Game can you match the metric equivalents?

If you have problems with the above, suggestions, or requests please let me know, Most new materials fall in the games category and being placed there. Feel free to send your students here to practice!

Updated October 21, 2013