Dr. Eric Milou
201 Mullica Hill Road
Glassboro, NJ 08028
Spring 2012 Class Schedule
Math 01301-4 STRUCTURES OF MATH II (Syllabus) Tuesday: 6:30 - 9:00, Lib 226
Math 01498-2 MATH SEMINAR WI (Syllabus) Wednesday: 4:45 - 7:15, Robson 103
Office Hour Schedule:
Tuesday: 6:00-6:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 3:45-4:45 p.m.
Visit my new K-12
mathematics education website HERE.
National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics , Annual Meeting
Proceedings of 2001 NCTM regional
meeting in Somerset, NJ (Edited by E. Milou and B. Cunningham)
Association of Mathematics
New Jersey Annual Meeting, Somerset, NJ
POWERPOINTS PRESENTATIONS for
AMTNJ 2008 Presentation
Wake/Union County (NC) Presentation (Elem)
Wake/Union County (NC) Secondary
NCSM 2008 presentation
NCTM 2008 presentation
NCTM 2007 Regional (Richmond, VA)
Presentation (States Exams in Powerpoint)
NJDOE HSPA and GEPA sample test (pdf
$3,000,000 award to Dr. Milou from NJDOE via USDOE
Links of Interest:
Island of Rationality in the Insanity of the Math Wars
Study of States High School Exam
New Jersey State
Department of Education
Math Games Website
Sane Website - Join to stay current with the latest information
about mathematics education reform.
Computing Technology for Math
Devoted to the standards movement and integrating technology into
teaching and learning K-12 mathematics and calculus. Find
software and sites for basic skills, problem solving, homework
assistance, games/simulations, virtual manipulatives, project-based
learning, standardized testing, technology integration, multimedia
development, web design, math initiatives, math methodology,
professional development, research, including No Child Left
Behind. Accessibility resources are included.
Williamstown Middle School Number Puzzles
This site showcase NSF standards based middle school mathematics
The work of Mrs. Walsh's sixth graders. Terrific challenging
puzzles for middle school students.
Great for biographies of mathematicians and much much more.
A Math Education Community Center on the Internet.
with Technology (T3)
Teachers teaching with technology provides training for educators
are interested in enhancing the teaching and learning of mathematics
science through appropriate use of Texas Instruments handheld
technology. Institutes are subject specific and instructors are
experienced, practicing educators. The course materials for each
institute are developed by teams of educators. <>
This page collects various areas in which ideas from discrete and
geometry (meaning mainly low-dimensional Euclidean geometry) meet some
world applications. It contains brief descriptions of those
and the geometric questions arising from them, as well as pointers to
pages on the applications themselves and on their geometric connections.
Everyday Mathematics Parents Page