Some Useful Links... - cool mathematics and science questions and quizzes. - Earl Whitney's website that provides free math resources for students, teachers and parents.

Jill Gough's blog - words to teach by.

Money Lessons for Kids and Teens - help students learn about money. The guide discusses the importance of learning about and understanding how to manage money, while also providing a multitude of resources. At the bottom of the resource I've included a bunch of money lessons that teachers can use in their classroom to help their students learn even more. The author, Chloe Rousseau, is an educational outreach writer and financial consultant for a site that sells checks but also features math lessons, specifically about money topics for students and teachers.

Financial Literacy Resources - learn how to save and spend more wisely and you just might be surprised at the results. A branch of that has been recommended to me by Amy Ashford's students!

Classroom Mathematics - an impressive collection of links to Mathematics education resources.

Tom Reardon's site: "Mr. SmartyBoard"

Teachers Teaching with Technology - find out about Texas Instruments' T3 Professional Development services, including conferences, workshops, and summer institutes around the world. 

Texas Instruments' Education Site - the source for information about the calculators, free downloads of computer and calculator software, and classroom lesson plans and activities.

The Infinity Project - home of the engineering curriculum for high school students. - a website devoted to TI Graphing Calculators 

Hopatcong, NJ and the Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum

Nick's Mathematical Puzzles.... challenging mathematics problems from a 'regular' guy!

A natural fractal: Queen Anne's Lace (mine!)

NCTM - the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

AMTNJ - the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey

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