The first resource came to me from an article in Education Week (link here). The article discusses the work that educators are doing within the state of Utah (along with their department of education) to write their own e-textbooks that are aligned with the Common Core. These e-texts will be available online for all math educators to use... at no charge. In fact, two-thirds of the Algebra I e-text is already available online for anyone to use. The project has been called the Mathematics Vision Project. One special note... the State of Utah is one of two states that have adopted the Integrated Math model as opposed to the Traditional framework that NYS and others have adopted.
The second resource is from Dan Meyer for Algebra and Geometry teachers. Dan's Algebra curriculum is posted here. His Geometry curriculum is posted here.
The third resource is a nice virtual graphing calculator that allows teachers/students to enter equations in an easy manner to view how the graph reacts to changes made. The desmos graphing calculator resource can be found here,
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