Miscellaneous Links

After a recent afternoon meeting about statistics, I needed to find a few old links that I had buried away.  Well, here are a few odds and ends I found while looking: 1.  Virtual Math Lab at Texas A&M - This is a very good resource for College Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, and Beginning Algebra.  When I opened my link, it actually opened on 'Absolute Value Equations', which means that's probably what my students were struggling with when I initially discovered this website back in 2009. 2.  Quick-and-Dirty Guide to the TI-83, TI-83+, TI-84, and TI-84+ - Although it seems like it would be most useful for the beginning calculator student, I have to say that the time I used this website the most was when I taught Calculus, and I couldn't remember many of the calculus-related functions. 3.  Pete Falzone's On-line Office - I have been borrowing handouts from this guy for the longest time. The pre-algebra resources are especially good for...
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Happy Grading, Everyone!

For anyone in teaching, grading is probably one of the most time consuming things to be done, especially if the class sizes are large, which they inevitably are due to shrinking budget sizes, etc.  So, to celebrate all of the grading that will be done by teachers in the next few weeks with finals rolling around, I thought that I would share a few links that were sent to me recently:   http://notthatkindofdoctor.com/2010/10/the-five-stages-of-grading/ http://www.phdcomics.com/comics.php?f=1404 ...
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