 Kitchen Table Math  Catherine Johnson
A collaborative weblog that began when Johnson's son "... finished out the school year with a 39 on his Unit 6 test, Fractions and Decimals.... Later on I discovered that fractions are the 'bottleneck' in elementary mathematics; lives are lost in the
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 language and literacy: Mathematics  John Bald
The author of The Literacy File and Using Phonics to Teach Reading and Writing, Bald teaches reading, writing, and foreign languages in the UK. His blog posts, which date back to August, 2008, have included "Language, understanding and confidence in maths,"
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 Launchings  David Bressoud
This monthly column, sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA), originally aimed "to publicize and expand upon the CUPM Curriculum Guide 2004 and its two companions: the Curriculum Foundations Project, and the CUPM Illustrative Resources."
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 Learning and Teaching Ordinary Differential Equations  Annie and John Selden; Mathematical Association of America
Research "illuminating aspects of learning and teaching ordinary differential equations (ODEs) that can inform ongoing curricular innovations": "Making Connections between Representations"; "Numerical Approximations and Graphical Predictions"; "Proofs
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 Learning Mathematics for Teaching  School of Education, University of Michigan
Learning Mathematics for Teaching (LMT) "investigates the mathematical knowledge needed for teaching, and how such knowledge develops as a result of experience and professional learning." LMT's items, available online through the Teacher Knowledge Assessment
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 Learning Multiplication Facts  Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math FAQ
Tips for parents, teachers, and students for different ways of learning to multiply.
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 Lesson Study: A PCMI Experience  Tony Anderson, Jennifer Kumi Burkett, Gail Burrill, Joyce Frost, Jerry Gribble, Jill Ryerson, and Celeste Williams
An article written by the Japanese Lesson Study group from the 2003 Park City Mathematics Institute (PCMI) about their experience developing the lesson, "Studying Dimensionality Through a StairStep Fractal." With an explanation of the Japanese lesson
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 Literature and Mathematics  Math Forum, Teacher2Teacher FAQ
Answers to a frequently asked question: How can I teach mathematics using literature?
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 M^3 (Making Math Meaningful)  Mary Bourassa
Blog by the Director of Ontario Association for Mathematics Education (OAME). Posts by this winner of the NCTM Future Leaders Award date back to April, 2013, and have included "Parabolic Art," "Day 7," "Completing the Square with Algebra Tiles," "MFM2P
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 MadMath  Daniel R. Collins
Blog by a math lecturer at Kingsborough Community College who believes that "Math is a battle. It is a battle that feels like it must be fought ...," and for whom "math isn't beautiful or fun, but it is powerful, and that's what we need from it." Posts,
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 Making Home and School Connections with Math Homework in a Bag  David A. Reid
Knowing that children's attitudes toward reading and their interest and curiosity about the world are greatly influenced by those closest to them, Reid has developed a program to encourage parental involvement in activities that connect mathematics carried
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 Marcy Cook Math  Marcy Cook
Cook offers mathematics inservice workshops for elementary, middle, and junior high school teachers and administrators. She has written numerous books for classroom teachers, as well as sets of tiling and task cards for use in the classroom, and manipulatives
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 Math Adventures  George Gadanidis
Site for MathMania magazine, published four times yearly. It was originally published from 19891992, and was revived in 1999. February and April issues from 1999 are available free. The site also offers activity books, games, software, and a book on
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 Mathagogy  Peps Mccrea
"Two minute mathematics education" videos posted by teachers on how they teach particular concepts. Pedagogy clips outline approaches to teaching proportion, proof, prime numbers, probability, sine and cosine graphs, and algebraic literacy; or with Cuisenaire
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 Math And Reading Help For Kids  Franco Torres
Original articles and resources centered on the topic of children's education. In particular, see the collection of articles related to math help. Although the site primarily seeks to help parents make informed decisions about school related topics and
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 Math Articles for Educators  Douglas Twitchell, Virtu Software
Math educators write about activities and lesson plans that have worked for
them. Get help, or submit your own ideas for publication.
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 mathbabe  Cathy O'Neil
"Exploring and venting about quantitative issues." Blog posts, which date back to June, 2011, have included "KNearest Neighbors: dangerously simple," "Cool math books," "Women in math," "Mathematicians know how to admit they're wrong," and "Why log returns?"
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 Math by Design: Teaching for Understanding  Purposeful Design Publications
Preview or purchase math textbooks, each of which contains lesson objectives, blackline and drill masters, color transparencies, letters to parents, and "Moments With...," which "integrate math with various subject areas and the Bible."
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 Math by the Mountain
Subtitled "teaching secondary mathematics in the Pacific Northwest," this blog dates back to July, 2016, with posts such as "How I Survived my First Year Teaching Math"; "Trig Ratio Posters for Geometry and Algebra 2"; "Questions on the Logistics of Spiraling
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 mathcoachblog.com  Bob Lochel
Blog by a math teacher "interested in effective technology integration in math classrooms, and developing lessons which challenge all learners to think mathematically." Posts, which date back to January, 2012, have included "What to do Before a Hurricane,"
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 Math Community of Interest  TeacherVision; The Learning Network
Lesson plans by grade level, lesson features, printable worksheets, online student activities, references and research aids, teaching tips, and parental advice.
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 Math Curriculum @ New Visions for Public Schools
Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II courses aligned to the New York State Common Core Learning Standards for Mathematics. Each unit within a course emphasizes a single big idea, with instructional routines undergirding initial tasks, formative assessment
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 MathEd.net  Raymond C. Johnson
Blog begun in October, 2009, by a math education graduate student. Dedicated to "building bridges between research, policy, and practice," Johnson's posts have included "Patterns of Patterns," "RYSK: Erlwanger's Benny's Conception of Rules and Answers
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 Math Ed Podcast  Samuel Otten
"Conversations with math ed researchers": listen to interviews with mathematics education researchers about their recent journal articles and the research studies behind them. Hosted since November, 2012, by Samuel Otten, a professor of mathematics education
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 Math Education Page  Henri Picciotto
Math education articles by the author, with an emphasis on algebra. A New Algebra: Tools, Themes, Concepts, an article that summarizes the pedagogical and curricular thinking behind ATTC; Early Mathematics: A Proposal for New Directions, a chapter in
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 Mathematical Ratio & Proportion  Henry Gurr
An experimental attempt to increase student understanding of topics in physics that involve mathematical proportion encountered an unexpected result: Students showed higher than normal difficulty learning the higherorder generalization that the physics
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 Mathematical Sciences Digital Library (MathDL)  Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
The MAA's Pathway project within the National Science Digital Library, this site combines the earlier MathDL and Math Gateway sites. The online publication Loci continues the tradition of the three earlier online publications (JOMA, DCR, and Convergence).
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 Mathematical Sciences Institute  Andrew Talmadge
Technologydriven professional development for middle and secondary level mathematics teachers. Weeklong summer courses led by Nils Ahbel, Karen Bryant, Doug Kuhlmann, Ron Lancaster, Ira Nirenberg, and others have included Using the iPad to Enrich and
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 Mathematical Thinking  Swan, Malcolm; and Ridgway, Jim
Selfcontained, selfinstructional modules that "promote and assess thinking skills in mathematics." Mathematical Thinking Classroom Assessment Techniques (Math CATs) tasks from the Fieldtested Learning Assessment Guide (FLAG) include "Fault Finding
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 Mathematics and Multimedia  Guillermo Bautista
Blog about mathematics, teaching, learning, and technology. Begun in October, 2009, it has included posts such as "GeoGebra Tutorial 4  Graphs and Sliders"; "Screencasting Tutorial: Making a Math Video Lesson Using Camstudio"; "Derivative in Real Life
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 Mathematics by Mr. P  Mike Poliquin
Middle school math teacher Poliquin began this blog, subtitled "making sure everyone gets it," in December, 2011. Posts have included various original problems of the week; "Eudoxus of Cnidus: the First Mathematical Superstar"; "A Quick Dip in the Deep
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 Mathematics  Centre for Educational Technology (CET)
A research and development center for math education. Read descriptions of CET's programs and workbooks, including One, Two and Three (Aahat, Shtayim, Ve Shalosh), for grades K6; and Visualizing Mathematics, for grades 712. Learn about and download
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 Mathematics Education Resources at Acadia's School of Education  David A. Reid, Acadia University
Learn how to design mathbags, make a fraction quilt set, and teach with algebra tiles. Activities include Folding Fractions, exploring systems of linear equations with Geometer's Sketchpad, and Deductive Euclidean Geometry, as well as two Java applets,
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 Mathematics for Teaching  Erlina Ronda
Ronda, who teaches math and trains teachers, blogs to "narrow the gap between mathematics education research and practice in mathematics teaching and learning." The Mathematics for Teaching (M4T) blog, begun September, 2009, offers teaching tips based
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 Mathematics Task Centre  Black Douglas Professional Education Services
Over 200 tasks that "invite students to work like a mathematician." Conceiving of a task as "the tip of a learning iceberg," each freely viewable lesson plan includes a summary, a list of materials required, the "Iceberg," and a description of whole class
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 Mathematics  WestEd
Descriptions of WestEd's Science and Mathematics Projects, with supporting print and online resources: 24® Game Demonstration Project, California Mathematics Implementation Study, Evaluation of Interactive MultiMedia Exercises (IMMEX), Evaluation:
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 Math for Love  Daniel Finkel
Finkel brings us this blog "... about math, creativity, culture, education, and beauty. It's for everyone." Posts have focused on selfreferential humor and mathematics; older posts have included the joys of pattern blocks, an aspect of probability applied
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 MathFour  Bon Crowder
Articles, interviews of fellow mathematician parents, narrated videos of paperandpen math techniques, and other resources for homeschooling and afterschooling parents. Crowder, an instructional strategist by day, seeks to get parents to feel "comfortable
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 Math Fundamentals  Vinay Agarwala
Lessons with diagnostic tests and problem sets, and books by the author, all designed to encourage conceptual understanding of math fundamentals. Lesson topics include numbers and place values, addition and multiplication, subtraction and shortage, division
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 Math Genie  Mohit and Naina Jain
Free video lessons and fee classes in northern New Jersey that use abacuses to teach arithmetic. In Math Genie's approach, students "visualize beads on the abacus and move them around mentally, which uses the right side — or 'creative side' —
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 Mathie x Pensive  Gregory Taylor
Musings on mathematics, teaching, and more by an Ottawa (Canada) high school math teacher who majored in computer science and graduated from the mathematics program at the University of Waterloo before receiving his B. Ed from Queen's University. Posts,
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 Math in Unexpected Spaces  Malke Rosenfeld
Blog borne of a presentation that "harnessed the math of making and making comparisons to explore congruence, symmetry, transformations, categorical variables, group theory, and spatially complex physical/temporal patterns." Posts by the author of Math
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 Math Minds  Kristin Gray
Blog by a K5 Math Specialist in Lewes, Delaware. Posts, which date back to April, 2013, have included "Embracing Disequilibrium," "Marilyn Burns  NCSM Presentation," "NCSM  Jo Boaler  Promoting Equity Through Teaching for a Growth Mindset," "Connecting
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 Math Misery?  Manan Shah
Blog that "aims to convey the general feeling that the majority of people have when it comes to working with mathematics... and bring awareness about what mathematics is and what mathematicians do." Posts, which date back to May, 2013, have included "Figuring
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 mathmom.com  Linda Burks
With the right approach anyone can enjoy learning. Since every person is unique, we must each find the best way to learn. We know we have found the way when learning is fun. Search mathmom.com to find books, products, and ideas which make learning
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 The Math Nook  Adrienne Shlagbaum
Blog by a New Jersey teacher of fifth and sixth grade math who also has math enrichment groups for grades 14. Posts, which date back to January, 2013, have included "Homework Review — A Work in Progress," "It's a Match! Fractions, Decimals, and
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 MathNotations  David Marain
Math investigations, challenges, problems of the day, and standardized test practice that emphasize the development of conceptual understanding in mathematics. Marain's blog, which dates back December of 2006, also features dialogue on issues in mathematics
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 mathontheedge  Sarah Caban
Blog by a K12 math coach from Maine who shares "... excerpts from lessons where teachers and students arrive at the edge of what they understand. I invite you to comment. What do you notice? What would you do next? How would you push the edge?" Posts,
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 Math Open Reference  John Page
Page's free online geometry textbook provides interactive animations of geometry topics to enliven the teaching process and give students a deeper level of comprehension. With a glossary, quizzes, simulations such as "how to read a protractor," a graphing
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 MathQUEST/MathVote  Zullo, Holly; and Cline, Kelly; Carroll College
Question libraries and other resources for classroom voting in mathematics, also known as ConcepTests for Peer Instruction or "Clicker Questions." Developed with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the two projects "MathQUEST: Math Questions
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