This US site has information on project based learning and how to link the maths curriculum to real world events and applications of concepts. Within the projects section there is an essay on project based learning and how practitioners can design their own maths project or web quest, there are also links to external websites where users can access existing maths projects. In addition to maths project there are also resources for teaching and learning maths.
Khan Academy based in the US, offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalised learning dashboard aimed at empowering learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. The content covers maths, science, computer programming and more. It has partnered with institutions such as NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialised content.
The San Francisco Exploratorium is a public learning laboratory exploring the world through science, art, and human perception. Its website includes publications, podcasts, apps and STEM focussed snacks which are miniature versions of some of the most popular exhibits at the Exploratorium which can be replicated in the classroom.
European Schoolnet is a network of 31 European Ministries of Education, and is based in Brussels. It aims to bring innovation in teaching and learning to its key stakeholders, including teachers. It develops European-funded projects with the European Commission, the Ministries of Education and industry partners. These projects include iTEC (Designing the Future Classroom) and ECB - Ingenious (attracting pupils towards science, technology, engineering and maths). Also runs a number of services for teachers and policymakers, such as Scientix, to promote science education, and Insafe, dedicated to digital citizenship skills and online safety.