 arbitrarilyclose  Annie Perkins
Blog by a secondary math teacher in the Minneapolis Public Schools for whom the phrase arbitrarily close "encapsulates the things I can control, the things I cannot, the impossibility of this craft [of teaching], and the beauty of the exploration despite
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 Basic Math Concepts and Fundamentals  R. H. Logan
A series of readings and practice problem activities designed to alleviate "math anxiety," for those planning to take a science course but uncertain about the math preparation. Includes lessons and practice problems. The topics covered are especially
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 Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You'd Had  Tracy Zager
Blog by a math teacher in Maine. Posts, which date back to October, 2014, have included "The Structure of Popovers," "Elementary Teachers as Math Learners," "Making Sense," "The Same Amount of Tall," and "Maya and Daphne Find Math in Their World."
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 A Bibliography of Mathematics Education  Paul Ernest, University of Exeter, U.K.
A 1994 electronic bibliography prepared for students at the University of Exeter, U.K. Contents: Society, Diversity And Mathematics Education; The Learning Of Mathematical Topics; The Psychology Of Learning Mathematics; Teaching Approaches And Resources
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 The Biggest Story Problem  Scott Laidlaw and Jennifer Harris, Imagine Education
This independent documentary examines the "sudden drop in math scores and competency seen as students in the U.S. transition from primary to secondary schools." The film interweaves the stories of former teacher Scott Laidlaw, those participating in a
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 The Calculus Hater's Home Page  Jacob Walker
A forum for people made miserable by calculus. Complaints, links to personal pages, and calculus humor pages. Includes links to helpful calculus resources on the Web.
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 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
An independent policy and research center improving teaching and learning. See in particular Quantway® and Statway®, the foundation's developmental math pathways for community college.
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 Characteristics of Gifted Children: Articles and Research  Carolyn K., Hoagies' Gifted Education Page
Articles and reports on characteristics of gifted children: perfectionism, sensitivity, social skills and emotional skills, underachievement, and visualspatial learning.
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 cheesemonkey wonders  Elizabeth Statmore
Blog by a San Francisco high school teacher who came to the classroom by way of "many years as an entrepreneur and executive in Silicon Valley." Statmore left industry after seeing "too many good, smart people who were missing out on wonderful career
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 Cognition Learning and Development Lab  Nicole McNeil, University of Notre Dame
The Cognition Learning and Development (CLAD) Lab studies how children think, learn, and solve math problems, in pursuit of the mechanisms involved in the development of quantitative reasoning, symbolic understanding, and problem solving. What basic cognitive
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 Color Mathematics  Erwin Gelber
High school math software for algebra, geometry, and vectors  includes a graphic calculator, an equation solver, and more. Uses a color system for improved memory.
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 Computerorientierter Mathematikunterricht zur Diskussion  Christian Wagenknecht
Computeroriented Math Teaching. Lernen und Lehren mit dem Computer. Theory and practice with the computer. A paper in German by Wagenknecht on computers and math teaching; integrating the computer into the classroom; impediments (fear of computers, reluctance
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 Coping With Math Anxiety  B. Sidney Smith, Wendy Hageman Smith; Math Academy Online/Platonic Realms
A "minitext" concerning the potentially disabling fear of math. This site defines math anxiety, discusses its social and educational roots, addresses some widespread myths about math and learning math, and deals with possible strategies for overcoming
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 Daily Dose of Teaching Awesome  John Mahlstedt
Blog by a math teacher in the Bay Area who also coaches track and basketball at his middle school. Posts on his "journey to find and document at least ONE good thing everyday of the school year" date back to January, 2014: "Desmos Brings the Noise," "Central
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 Daniel Willingham
From the author of Why Don't Students Like School? and When Can You Trust the Experts? (subtitled: "How to tell good science from bad in education"). See, in particular, Willingham's articles, such as "Why transfer is hard," "Why students remember or
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 Dave's Mathematics, Education, Philosophy and Chreods Server  Dave Wilson
Searchable math and mathematics education resources: an archive of preservice teachers' essays, the Teaching and Learning Enquiry Group, Chreods, a journal covering math education, and other writings.
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 Discovery and Conjecture  Kim Van Duzer
Blog by a 2nd grade teacher at a public school in Brooklyn, New York. Van Duzer, who cofounded the NYC Math Lab, describes hereslf as "especially interested in teaching math in ways that encourage sensemaking and joy, in creating equitable math communities,
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 Don't Hate No Math  Elio Motella
Advice for students, parents, and teachers. The document called "Lecture" includes sections such as "The causes of your troubles," "It's called metacognition," and "Mental models and propositional representations"; see in particular Part D, titled "An
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 Drawing on Math  Tina Cardone
Blog by a public high school math teacher in Massachusetts who has participated in Boston University's PROMYS and the Institute of Advanced Studies' PCMI. Posts, which date back to August, 2011, have included "End of Year Reflections: Geometry Favorite
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 Explorations in Math
A nonprofit organization with a mission to build a sustainable math culture in elementary school communities. Based in Seattle, Washington, Explorations in Math (EIM) pursues goals such as "creating confidence and excitement for math in young children"
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 The Exponential Curve  Dan Greene
A blog by a math teacher at Downtown College Prep charter high school (San Jose, California), where the students "... are primarily Latino, are far below grade level in their math and reading skills, and will be the first in their families to go to college.
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 Fail Early and Often  Andy Pethan
Blog by a Rochester (Minnesota) teacher. Posts, which date back to December, 2013, have included "Mindset on failure," "Moneyballing employee hiring," "Cutting down feedback cycles," "Seeking in the MTBoS," and "TMC folks like to play." Pethan also offers
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 Finding Ways to Nguyen Students Over  Fawn Nguyen
Nguyen blogs mostly about her teaching middle school math. Posts, which date back to November, 2011, have included "Teaching 101  How I Got Like This," "Puzzles and Brainteasers, Set 11," "Pi Day Activities," "Always Sometimes Never," "Using Excel for
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 Five Twelve Thirteen  Dylan Kane
Blog by an eighth grade math teacher in Boston. Posts, which date back to October, 2012, have included "Assessment & Rigor," "Pythagorean Triples Function," "Construct Viable Arguments and Critique the Reasoning of Others," "Guatemalan Sinkhole," "Problem
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 for the love of learning  Joe Bower
"Assessment is not a spreadsheet — it's a conversation." Describing his early teaching practice as "focused on power and control," Bower has followed three principles since 2004: "students should experience their successes and failures not as reward
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 Gardner's Multiple Intelligences  PoChing Wang; the Key School
Howard Gardner, a Harvard psychologist, won a MacArthur Foundation genius grant in 1981. In his 1983 book Frames of Mind Gardner attacks the notion of generalized intelligence, identifying instead seven intelligences or areas of intellectual competence.
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 Humanistic Mathematics  Mathematics Education at The Math Forum
The idea that teaching, learning, and creating mathematics issues from the same psyche as literature, aesthetics, and music has attracted, since 1986, a worldwide network of people who share this belief. The existence of the Humanistic Mathematics Network
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 I ❤ Edu  Meagan Kelly
Blog by a 7th grade math teacher in Southern California providing educational technology and other resources to improve teaching practices and inspire student learning. Posts by this Google Certified Educator, AVID (DoDEA Advancement Via Individual Determination)
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 I'm on a Learning Mission  Steve Wyborney
Blog by an elementary math teacher and instructional coach. Posts, which date back to August, 2014, have included "Math Imposters," "Finding Bedrock," "The Hundreds Chart Video Tweet: My Learning Risk," "The Parent's Story of the Child," "Exploring Multiplication
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 Improving Measurement and Geometry in Elementary Schools (IMAGES)  Research for Better Schools (RBS)
Information and resources designed to help teachers develop a deeper understanding of geometry and measurement concepts and to assist in designing meaningful instruction for elementary students. Topics addressed include: cognitive and developmental issues;
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 Infinite Sums  Jonathan Claydon
Blog by a high school math teacher in Houston, Texas, who "decided the corporate engineering world was not for me, so now I joke around with teenagers and teach them math. And soccer." Posts, which date back to June, 2011, have included "Standards Based
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 Infinite Tangents  Ashli Black
This "secondary mathematics education podcast for teachers," begun in March, 2013, invites other high school math teachers to respond to prompts such as "How do you start your teaching day?" and "What would you like to get done in the times between classes?"
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 Insert Clever Math Pun Here  Meg Craig
Blog chock full of original classroom assignments and handwork samples. Posts by the Birmingham (Alabama) math teacher, which date back to July, 2014, have included "Equation Editor Awesomeness," "#mtboschallenge 123 Sunday Summary," "The Bagel AwardWinning
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 International Society for Mathematical and Computational Aesthetics (ISMCA)  Prof. Michael Leyton, President (USA)
ISMCA is concerned with highlevel formal research into the structure of art works, as well as the role of aesthetics in computeraided design, scientific
reasoning, software engineering, etc. The society is a division of the International Society
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 Jean Marie Linhart
Courses taught, outreach activities, teaching statement and philosophy, and more from this Lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin. See, in particular, Linhart's web page on Success at Math, a PDF of her Mathematical Models of a Zombie Outbreak
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 Jo Boaler
From the author of What's Math Got to Do with It?: How Parents and Teachers Can Help Children Learn to Love Their Least Favorite Subject. Watch a YouTube clip of Boaler teach using Inquiry Based Learning method, or click through her presentation entitled
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 K12 Multimedia Math Education  Sparkle Productions
Software and research: reports and articles are available, with print and web references and resources, in the Motivation and Learning Center, which provides suggestions for parents on increasing their child's intrinsic desire to learn. Their math materials
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 The K12 View from Oregon  Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
Comments by Sir Roger Penrose, Ivars Peterson, Ralph Abraham, and Keith Devlin at an Oct. 2 1997 "Math Summit" on the question: "Outline what you think is important in a mathematics education to prepare students for life in the next millennium." Education
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 Kagan Publishing and Professional Development
Publications and teacher training to provide children with the situations in which they behave most cooperatively. In addition to greater cooperation, Kagan's "structures" aim for greater academic achievement, improved ethnic relations, enhanced selfesteem,
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 Latest posts from Math  Teach For Us
Math teacher blogs from the "network connecting Teach For America (TfA) corps members and alumni who share their stories about ensuring an excellent education for all children." Posts, dating back to July, 2006, have included "what do I need to do to
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 LD Online, the interactive guide to learning disabilities for parents, teachers, and children
A vast array of information on topics within the area of learning disabilities, LD InDepth offers articles, research findings, and useful forums, including an area specifically devoted to dyscalculia, or learning disorders in math. See also 10 Tips
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 Les facteurs humains dans l'enseignement et la formation d'adultes  Jacques Nimier
Mathematical mental representations; defense mechanisms against mathematics; recorded interviews with students and teachers. About motivation and anxiety. Thèmes divers: l'enseignement, la formation, les mathématiques, la psychologie, la
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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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 Mark Wahl Math Learning/Teaching Resources
Math methods and activity books written by Mark Wahl for teachers, homeschoolers and parents (especially grades 39), as well as information on Wahl's customized teacher or parent workshops and conferences, and some math and education links. Specialties:
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 Math and Sciences Study Skills & Overcoming Test Anxiety Homepage  Cynthia Arem
FAQs for those who are studying physics, chemistry, biology or mathematics and who wish to use more efficient, effective learning strategies, or those who get too anxious and tend to panic on tests. How can I improve my math study skills? What's the best
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 Math Attack: How to Reduce Math Anxiety in the Classroom, at Work and in Everyday Personal Use  Marilyn CurtainPhillips
A book with related card game and professional development. The book presents strategies for dealing with "math anxiety" and math phobias, in particular for those planning to teach mathematics at the introductory or high school level. Contents include
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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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 The Mathematical Brain  Brian Butterworth
From his book The Mathematical Brain, Butterworth freely offers chapter ten, titled "From fear of fractions to the joy of maths." The sample chapter also includes a test to assess whether you think like a mathematician, and Butterworth's "threestep programme
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 A Mathematician's Musings  Ethan Weker
Blog by a Menlo Park (CA) teacher of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and precalculus. Posts, which date back to September, 2014, have included "When We Make Math Look Too Easy"; "Math as a Historically Collaborative Effort"; "When Plans Go Awry"; "Brainstorming
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 Mathematics and Motivation  Liza Ewen; Math Forum
An annotated bibliography offering a collection of articles, chapters and Math Forum discussions that begin to address how student motivation affects mathematics learning and instruction. The question of how to motivate students in the classroom has become
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