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Some schools stand out in the way they approach math and science education. See what some of the winning schools did.
Some thoughts on a significant day — for the world.
Project Euler has some interesting math questions that require the use of computer algorithms to solve.
Computers in school are disruptive - but that's not a bad thing, according to this book.
"How Computer Games Help Children Learn" is an interesting look at the world of learning games.
Randy Pausch delivers an inspiring lecture on the story of his Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University.
Randy knew that he only had months to live when he delivered this lecture.
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- Interactive Mathematics: A Rare Fibonacci Day
- Interactive Mathematics: SAT and ACT Calculators: TI-89 Plus
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SquareCirclez is a "Top 100" Math Blog
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