 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 Concept Inventories
A Facebook group for the Basic Skills Diagnostic Test (BSDT) and Calculus Concept Inventory (CCI). Both developed by Jerry Epstein to assesses conceptual understanding, the BSDT tests learners from elementary school through precalculus; the CCI, for
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 Mathematics Enhancement Programme  Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching, Univ. of Exeter, U.K.
A whole curriculumlessons, worksheets, overhead projector transparencies, teacher notes, practice problems and examsfor primary and secondary schools. Use the Mathematics Attainment Test to generate tests online, automatically mark and detect common
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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 in the City  The City College of New York
A national center of professional development for K8 mathematics education where "context, representation, and discourse are critical to learning." See, in particular, the summer institutes, workshops, and other professional development opportunities
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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 in Motion: Origami in the Classroom, K8  Barbara Pearl
Workshops and a book which use an interdisciplinary and manipulativebased approach to teaching mathematics, supporting the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM) and unfolding a positive attitude toward math and learning. Barbara Pearl developed
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 Math is Not Linear  Alison Blank
Math teacher Blank offers this thoughtprovoking, nonlinear Prezi (online presentation) on the subject of math and its teaching.
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 MathMem  Jim Guinness, Wachusett Regional High School, Massachusetts
A list of mnemonics and similar memory aids that math teachers have found useful for helping students remember math conventions, algorithms, definitions, techniques, and formulas. "Most high school math teachers are familiar with using PEMDAS, FOIL, and
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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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 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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 Mathsational  Jennifer Abel
Blog by a math teacher at a suburban public high school in Lancaster, PA. Posts, which date back to June, 2015, have included "My first ever conference presentation & more on SBG"; "MTBoS Love — A Plethora of Activity Resources"; "Simplifying,
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 MathStar  Center for Distance and Online Learning, LA County Office of Education
MathStar seeks to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics in middle schools through the use of interactive technologies. The project addresses these issues systemically, through an intensive collaboration between middle schools, colleges and
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 MathStar New Mexico  New Mexico State University
A professional development program for math teachers that incorporates the principles of Japanese lesson study. Watch QuickTime video clips of lesson study; download PDFs of research lessons on number and operations, algebra, geometry, measurement, and
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 MathSugarOff  Priscilla Bremser
"Notes on mathematics teaching and learning at all levels" by a Middlebury College mathematics professor who works with K8 teachers in the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (VMI) professional development program and conducts her undergraduate classes with
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 Math  Teaching Channel
Browse and search Teaching Channel's video showcase of inspiring and effective math teaching practices in America's schools. Topics include class culture, engagement, differentiation, collaboration, "new teachers," and Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
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 Mathy McMatherson  Daniel Schneider
Blog by a public high school teacher in Tucson, Arizona, who graduated from the University of Arizona Secondary Mathematics Education Program. Posts, which date back to July, 2011, have included "Teaching as Creation," "Fixing Bugs Part 2: Algebra &
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 McSquared  Audrey McLaren
Blog of "a teacher's realtime journey into Web 2.0" for "anyone who loves to teach, loves technology but feels easily overwhelmed by it, nevertheless feels compelled to learn how to use it, needs things explained real slow like, is not afraid to ask
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 misscalcul8  Elissa Miller
Blog by a high school teacher of algebra and geometry who "expects to be the best teacher that has ever lived, to change the world, and to live wealthy." Posts, which date back to February, 2009, have included "This, My Friend, Is Learning," "7 Country
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 Mister, is this right?  Joey Kelly
Blog by a high school math teacher at a STEM Academy in the Boston Public Schools. Kelly explains the title of his blog as setting a tone on two levels: "I don't want my students asking it. This question is emblematic of the culture of answergetting
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 Modeling MiddleSchool Mathematics (MMM)  Bolster Education
Video lessons (on tape and via the Web) that examine the content and structure of five mathematics curricula: Connected Math Project, Mathematics in Context. MathScape, MathThematics, and Pathways to Algebra and Geometry. Included on the website are:
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 Motivating Math  Robert Bunge
A math help site focusing on basic math through introductory algebra. Suitable for secondary students and adult learners. Includes tutorials, Javabased tools, and pedagogical ideas behind the presentation.
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 Mr. Vaudrey's Class  Matt Vaudrey
Blog by a secondary educator who "wears costumes, plays loud music, stands on desks, and shows pictures and video — all to make math meaningful for his students." The contents of mathematical posts, which date back to January, 2008, have included
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 NADE Math SPIN  National Association for Developmental Education's Special Professional Interest Network for those interested in teaching mathematics
A professional organization for developmental math professionals to interact and share with each other. The site features links to best practices in developmental mathematics, newsletters, email discussion group, and conferences. Also available from
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 Numbers  Kirsten Silverman
Blog by a Massachusetts middle school math teacher who "loves number theory and thinks sixth grade is the perfect place to share this." Posts, which date back to August, 2012, have included "Flipping"; "Cogs"; "LCM, GCF, and Fractions"; "Ordering Fractions";
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 Numicon  Numicon, Ltd.
By representing numbers as shapes, Numicon's teaching program addresses different learning strengths with a multisensory approach. Download free mathematics display resources (for bulletin boards and the like); topics include Numicon shapes, pattern
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 Occam Press  Peter Schorer
"The skeptical mathematician is invited to improve upon the current implementations of the 3x + 1 strategy...." In addition to the Collatz conjecture, Schorer offers a simple proof of Fermat's Last Theorem, articles on Occam's Razor and programming,
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 Off The Hypotenuse  Glenn Kenyon
Kenyon started this blog in pursuit of "a good discussion of resources, ideas, and innovative ideas for teachers of Algebra." Humorous videos, comic strips, and posts, which date back to March of 2007, have included "Math Lessons learned from Karate,"
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 one good thing
Blog by a group of "dedicated, fascinated, hardworking, inspiring" secondary teachers who believe that "every day may not be good, but every day there is (at least) one good thing worth sharing. Here are our stories." Posts, which date back to January,
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 One, Two.. Infinity  Marian Small
PDFs of presentations from the professional development consultant and author of Making Math Meaningful to Canadian Students K8, More Good Questions: Great Ways to Differentiate Secondary Mathematics Instruction (9  12), Eyes on Math: A Visual Approach
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 Overthinking My Teaching  Christopher Danielson
Blog by a community college math teacher "interested in hard questions about teaching." Posts, which date back to July, 2009, have included "Wump hats," "An unnoticed rule for number language," "The end of word problems," "Cubeyness," "Cardinal and ordinal
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 The Pai Intersect  Jimmy Pai
Blog by an Ottawa (Canada) secondary mathematics teacher and graduate student in education. Posts, which date back to August, 2012, have included "Understanding Fraction Division #2  Part 1," "$100 Tablet Project," "Spiraling through the curriculum,"
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 PBS TeacherLine  PBS
A professional development resource delivering courses online for PreK12 teachers. Find course dates, graduate credit opportunities, and other information. Download the course tour for a preview of the experience of taking a course. See also the Virtual
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 powersfulmath  Brooke Powers
Blog by a Kentucky middle school teacher sharing "some of the ways I try and bring math to life for my students." Posts, which date back to February, 2014, have included "Standards Based Grading When You Can't Really Standards Based Grade," "Why I Always
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 Problem Solving  It Has to Begin with Noticing and Wondering  Hogan, Marie; and Alejandre, Suzanne
Middle school teacher Marie Hogan observed as the Forum's Director of Professional Development modeled a full cycle of the Problems of the Week (PoWs) in Hogan's West Covina (CA) classroom. This coauthored article about their experience around the PoW
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 Productive Struggle
Group blog, with most contributions by secondary math and science teachers, that aims to "push teachers to learn in the same way that we push our students to learn" and "work together to make our struggles productive." Posts, which date back to March,
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 The Progress Report  Dan Lemay
A web log where the author shares successes, concerns, and commentary about teaching math to high school students.
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 Project SEED
A nonprofit math consulting organization whose goal is to increase the number of minority and educationally disadvantaged youth majoring and pursuing careers in mathematics and related fields. It uses a nonlecture Socratic group style of instruction,
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 ProTeacher  ProTeacher
A teachercreated resource site for elementary schoolteachers, offering lessons and materials, education news, links for finding schools, news and weather, and a reference desk. An index of links to information on various academic subjects includes Mathematics
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 the radical rational ...  Pam Wilson
Blog by a National Board Certified Teacher (NBCT) of Algebra II and Geometry "in search of innovative ideas with a wellbalanced approach for the math classroom." Posts, which date back to July, 2011, have included "The Purpose of Life and The Quadratic
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 Ralph A. Raimi Homepage  Ralph A. Raimi
The University of Rochester Professor Emeritus' notes on math education and nontechnical
writings with a mathematics theme include Whatever became of the New Math?; Have we forgotten the value of memory?, a comment on the New York Regents' Bexamination
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 The Rational Number Project  Regents of the University of Minnesota
Lessons, modules, and entire curricula from an ongoing research project that advocates teaching fractions using a model that emphasizes multiple representations and connections among different representations. The Rational Number Project (RNP) has been
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 rawsonmath  Pamela Rawson
Blog by a math teacher at STEMfocused public charter high school. Rawson, who worked for 25 years in traditional public high schools in and around southern Maine, describes herself as "still learning." Posts, which date back to August, 2012, have included
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 Reason and Wonder  Michael Fenton
Blog by a Fresno (California) junior high and high school mathematics teacher. Posts, which date back to March, 2013, have included "Estimation 180 Rocks"; "Quadratics Matching Activity, Take 2"; "Solved the Student Engagement Problem Yet? Me Neither";
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