Chip is a 35plus-year veteran of high school mathematics classes, and cut his technological teeth teaching programming, computer skills, and mathematics with the dawn of graphing calculators. Along the way he worked to bring technological integration into mathematics, and encouraged high-level programming. He taught in Louisville, KY, Englewood, NJ, Princeton, NJ and London, UK. He currently teaches at Princeton Day School. He served as a Network Leader for ISTE's Project ReimaginED, and as a judge for ISTE's Educators Awards. He is currently the Communications Chair for ISTE Teacher Education Network.