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Teachers and students may use the materials found on this site to enrich their classes and help prepare students for mathematical modeling competitions. Learn More
Precalculus: Modeling Our World 2nd Edition
This is a different precalculus text. It contains all of the topics that you would expect to find in a precalculus text and more; but it is a text written by COMAP and applications is our middle name. Thus you will see the concepts and skills of precalculus presented from an applications and modeling point of view. Moreover, this is an activity and problemsolving based book. We want students to experience the mathematics they are learning in a way that will make both the mathematics and the contemporary applications come alive.
We make serious use of graphing calculators and a variety of software, including spreadsheets and geometric utility programs. We introduce and make use of data analysis techniques. All of which permit us to analyze deeper and more meaningful problems. And we have attempted to add material that will in fact, as well as name, better prepare students for their work in calculus—from our introductory work on functions to our final chapter on finite difference equations. We use a spiraling approach, coming back to earlier ideas in later chapters, so that we can keep those ideas, concepts, and skills alive, reinforcing their importance as well as providing additional practice. Learn More
Discrete Mathematics: Modeling Our World
(Formerly Discrete Mathematics through Applications) 4th Edition
Written specifically for high school courses, Discrete Mathematics: Modeling Our World is a new fourth edition of the formerly titled Discrete Mathematics Through Applications. It is designed to help you implement mathematical modeling in your classroom, in a way that promotes active learning, critical thinking, and fullyengaged student participation. With this text, students will see the connections among mathematical topics and reallife events and situations, while sharpening their problem solving, mathematical reasoning and communication skills. Learn More

I, Mathematician II, Further Introspections on the Mathematical Life
Twentyone of the world’s most distinguished mathematicians and educators write about their personal experiences with mathematics.
This book is composed in three parts:
Part I: Who Are Mathematicians?
Part II: On Becoming a Mathematician
Part III: Why I Became a Mathematician
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Mathematics: Modeling Our World (MMOW)
Course 1, 2 & 3 (2nd Edition)
Based on feedback from users of the first edition, COMAP has completed a major revision of Courses 13, now available in both print and CDROM.
• Some chapters are completely rewritten (i.e., Pick a Winner and Landsat, which is now titled Scene from Above). Other chapters are streamlined while retaining the thematic, modeling approach.
• Most chapters are shorter. The revised Course 1 has a total of 57 Activities— a 39% reduction from first edition’s 93. Learn More
Mathematics as a Second Language Glossary
The Mathematics as a Second Language Glossary features mathematical terms defined in both English and Spanish
with accompanying examples and/or drawings and is now available in epub format for the Amazon Kindle and Apple EReaders. Learn More

Available For Members To Download
UMAP Journal 37.4 Winter 2016 Edition
I, Mathematician II, Further Introspections on the Mathematical Life
Consortium 111 Fall/Winter 2016
The International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education
Dynamic College Algebra (DynaMAP)
Select ResourceMAP Modules
New Free Material
Teaching Modeling and Advising a Team
GAIMME: Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematics Modeling Education
The Value of Computational Thinking across Grade Levels 912 (VCTAL)
Statistical Modeling With SPSS
The BioMath Connection (BMC) & Integrating Mathematics and Biology (IMB) Project
FREE course material A Course in Financial Mathematics
A Short History of the Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (ICM)
Consortium
Announcing
The 2016 High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling (HiMCM) results are now available
Announcing a New Textbook: Problem Solving and Reasoning with Discrete Mathematics
by Joseph G. Rosenstein, Professor of Mathematics, Rutgers University
Now Available for Preorder I, Mathematician II, Further Introspections on the Mathematical Life
The 2016 International Mathematical Modeling Challenge (IM^{2}C) USA regional contest results are now available
SIMIODE  Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities with Differential Equations
The ISDDE Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Educational Design has been awarded to Sol Garfunkel of COMAP
Now Available
GAIMME: Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematics Modeling Education print edition is now available for purchase from SIAM
For All Practical Purposes 10th Edition
The Mathematical Modeling Handbook III: Lesson Paradigms
Against All Odds: Inside Statistics update
The Mathematical Modeling Handbook II: The Assessments
The Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling: Culturing Interdisciplinary Problem Solving
Dynamic College Algebra (DynaMAP)
Mathematical Modeling Handbook 