Resource Rooms

The NH Impact Center currently maintains two Curriculum Resource Rooms in Concord and Plymouth which contain various manipulatives & math-related games, sample curriculums, & books for both math content & pedagogy.   Teachers can use these resource rooms to explore various NSF-funded programs and to try classroom manipulatives.

Contact Dr. Natalya Vinogradova at nvinogradova@plymouth.edu if you are interested knowing which curriculums or manipulatives are available.

 

 

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