High School Trigonometry: Resources for Students, Teachers and Parents
In the High School Trigonometry Web Guide, you’ll find formulas and graphs, homework help, lesson plans and much more. Break the complex theories of trigonometry into smaller, more understandable units with this informative Web Guide.Educators: Sign up for our education newsletter.
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Trigonometry can be one of the most difficult subjects when it comes to engaging students in real-world applications. Use these teaching resources for trigonometry to discover how to make trig both relevant and fun for your students.
- Joining professional organizations offers a wealth of useful content and keeps you up to date on issues in your field. The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is one of the best organizations for trigonometry teachers.
- Don’t get fooled into paying for resources. Although some pay sites offer dependable content, you’re just as likely to find great stuff somewhere else. The Web is full of free resources, and we’ll show you where to look.
- We usually avoid recommending sites that are mere directories of links to outside sources. In our Education guides, however, we make exceptions to this rule for lesson plans and student activities to provide you with as much helpful content as possible. Make sure to approach every directory with caution and evaluate the links before using a tool in the classroom.