site is maintained by faculty and students in
Mathematics and Statistics
and Mathematics Education
at the University of Regina
in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
It became an internet site in September, 1995 and has since earned several awards.
Who we are:
Math Central was created by Denis Hanson, Vi Maeers and Harley Weston at the
University of Regina. Denis and Harley are Emeritus Professors in the Department
of Mathematics and Statistics and Vi is a Professor in the Faculty
of Education and Director of the the Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning.
The Quandaries and Queries consultants
are teachers, faculty and students at Canadian schools and universities.
Our site is designed for learners of all ages, but we take care to ensure everything on the site is safe for children. To that end, our content is rated by the following international organizations:
Parents and Educators:
Many parents and educators are concerned about the use of the World Wide Web and the use of smart phones by children. Below are three agencies that have contacted us about these concerns, and their recommendations.
Comparitech in the UK has a guide for parents and educators on child internet privacy and safety.
How to Protect Your Children on Their Smartphone contain some suggestion and advise from Tiger Mobiles in the UK.
Parents' Guide for Safe YouTube and Internet Streaming for Kids is another site from the UK. This one contains suggestions for the safe use of YouTube and Internet streaming for children.
Questions and comments regarding this site or its contents can be sent
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Department of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Regina
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