I am not offering a math course this semester, but this page contains a number of resources, homework sheets and project ideas that I have written and used in the past. A few may even have been successful enough to have student work included in the Projects page. 

Project write ups 
homework sheets & handouts 
Cool stuff 
Casino project [checklist, games: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5] Barbie bungee project What's your number? Escape from the tomb.

Algebra I: Drill sheets covering basic linear algebra skills: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] Review sheets covering more skills: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] Calculus worksheets I use include: Expansion / Power rule ; Product rule Differentiation and integration of log functions SAT II sheets that I have put together include: The unit circle , sine law / cosine law, Complex numbers, Exponentials and logs, Conic sections [I], Conic sections [II]. 
Here is a virtual TI83 Graphing calculator  it is an EXACT copy of a real one, just on your desktop. Use it to demo on your projector! Check out these online examples that I made to show factoring. If you want to make one too, I recommend the Wacom Bamboo graphics tablet and the Debut screen capture program. Anne and I wrote this algebra book. Anne also wrote a chapter on circles for a geometry book. Both are open source, and copyright free. Brittany and Elise from the class of 2008 made this instructional video. This is a neat way to get your students to explain math for others! Interesting challenge problems from: 2006, 
Dr Andrew Gloag
High Tech High.
Updated Fall 2008
email: ajgloag@hightechhigh.org