 Grad Blog  American Mathematical Society
A "blog for and by math grad students." Posts, which date back to February, 2009, have included "Finding an Advisor," "Navigating Seminars — A First Year's Perspective," "Five Pieces of Advice for the Beginning Teaching Assistant," "Choosing a graduate
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 Grandma Got STEM  Rachel Levy
Levy, a Professor in the Mathematics Department at Harvey Mudd College, blogs to collect public awareness and art projects that use grandmothers' pictures, names, and connections to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in order to
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 Great Maths Teaching Ideas  Will Emeny
Emeny's blog of teaching ideas and resources, which dates back to June, 2010, has included posts such as "Investigating the sum of interior angles in polygons," "Can you make practising the times tables fun? Yes, just give me three dice," "When angles
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 The Great Probability Challenge  Daniela Cupples
In this handson probability and statistics learning experience, students perform a coin toss experiment, then predict, analyze, and present their experimental findings with visual graphing representations. Throughout the 20102011 school year, students
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 GreatTeacher.net  Robin Alexander
GreatTeacher.net provides free resources to the teaching community: userfriendly job classifieds, email, discussion areas, an interactive calendar, resource links, and other services.
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 Harvard Sports Analysis Collective
Dedicated to the quantitative analysis of sports strategy and management, this Harvard student organization focuses on the intersection of sports, sports business, statistics, and problem solving. Original analysis and research into sports analytics authored
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 HASTAC Initiative  Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory
HASTAC ("haystack") is a network of individuals and institutions inspired by the possibilities that new technologies offer us for shaping how we learn, teach, communicate, create, and organize our local and global communities. HASTAC is open to anyone;
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 herp, derp, math nerd
A Tumblr "documentary of my journey, mistakes and all," by a Canadian undergraduate double major at UC Berkeley. Posts, which date back to May, 2012, have included "mr cauchy, teach us your ways," "closed, open, and clopen: yes, it's possible," "real
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 Holistic Numerical Methods Institute  Autar Kaw
Open courseware, books, primers, journal abstracts, PowerPoint presentations, multiple choice tests, and other resources supporting a typical course in Numerical Methods for undergraduates majoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
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 HomeworkCentral  HomeworkCentral.com, Inc.
A free online learning environment designed to provide students, parents, and teachers with links to selected Internet sites. Includes a Mathematics Discussion Board and, for teachers, a lesson plan search (search for math).
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 I Choose Math  Justin Lanier
Blog by a high school teacher in Brooklyn Heights. Posts, which date back to August, 2011, have included "SBG: Affective Quizzing," "FreeChoice Time: Origins," "Introducing Proof Using Formal Systems," and "Math is Personal: A smOOC about Meaning, Sharing,
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 The Ignite Show  Georgia Public Broadcasting
TV shows and blog that "raise respect and awareness of educators and education through the voices of teachers, parents and students" in studentcentered classrooms. Half hourlong videos that feature math teachers include episodes starring 2008 California
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 iKodeko  iKodeko Software, Inc.
Free online math quizzes cover least common multiple (LCM), Roman numerals conversion, number to words, and algebra word problems. Review performance, and participate in discussions around individual test items. Download the iKodeko Worksheet Maker freeware
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 ILoveMath.org  Shelli Temple
ILoveMath.org is a comprehensive site for middle and high school math teachers full of "readytouse" lesson plans, worksheets, activities, and more. The site also features an active message board for math teachers to collaborate.
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 IMAGINARY  Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach
A platform for open and interactive mathematics. Explore events, exhibitions, programs, galleries, handson, and films  and share your own activities, projects, and discussions. Started as a maths and arts exhibition for the German Year of Mathematics
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 Infinite Sums  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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 Informal Math  Sam OlderbakOlderbak
Blog by a high school mathematics teacher in Phoenix, Arizona, "interested in technology and how it can be used to enhance student learning." Categories of posts, which date back to April, 2013, include 3 ACT.
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 Innovate  James L. Morrison, EditorinChief
A peerreviewed bimonthly ejournal on research and practice of the use of information technology to enhance education. Innovate invites users to "... do more than simply read. Use our onebutton features to comment on articles, share material with colleagues
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 Institut Pengembangan Pendidikan Matematika Realistik Indonesia
Indonesian implementation and dissemination of Pendidikan Matematika Realistik Indonesia (PMRI), the Dutchinspired Realistic Mathematics Education (RME). Blog posts  a few in English, most in Indonesian  date back to August, 2009.
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 The Interactive Mathematics Classroom  Rex Boggs
A digital library of thirdparty technology resources for teaching mathematics, from kindergarten to calculus. Register to comment on interactive whiteboard files, Powerpoints, TINspire documents, Excel spreadsheets, and other digital resources. RSS
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 Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles  Alexander Bogomolny
"The peculiar beauty of Mathematics lies in deduction, in the dependency of one fact upon another. The less expected a dependency is, the simpler the facts on which the deduction is based  the more beautiful is the result." This awardwinning site offers
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 InterMath  The University of Georgia
InterMath is a professional development effort designed to support teachers in becoming better mathematics educators. InterMath workshops provide an ongoing support community, a lesson plan database, and a discussion board. The site provides mathematical
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 The International Mathematics Teacher and Educator Network
The International Mathematics Teacher and Educator Network (IMTEN) "aims to bring together all those involved in mathematics education across the world.... by hosting and stimulating debates and discusssions, articles and blogs, and being a repository
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 International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA)
Promotes the development of Bayesian statistical theory and its application to problems in science, industry and government. News, history and minutes, archive of abstracts, information about the Reverend Thomas Bayes, and open positions in the field.
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 Intuitive Calculus
A site that teaches calculus "by forming an intuition" of concepts such as limits, derivatives, and integrals.
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 Invest Smart  David Leung, George Lee, and Andy Kim
Learn about the stock market and investment techniques. A Market Simulation lets classes, clubs, or individuals invest an imaginary $100,000 and track the results; includes a separate mutual funds simulation. Site also contains information about saving
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 Isabel's Math Blog  Isabel Catherine Lugo
A log of "interesting mathematicsrelated things" found on the web. The author studies mathematics at MIT, and since April of 2004 has used the blog to "... talk about interesting mathematics I come up with myself  mostly toy problems, but I might even
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 James Poon Online Classroom  James Poon
Online instructional mathematics videos; a discussion forum; and articles on study skills.
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 Jaz_math  Jasmine Walker
Blog by a Vermont teacher of ninth grade math (integrated algebra and geometry) and calculus. Posts, which date back to August, 2012, have included "'I Was Never Good At Math Either,'" "Twitter Math Joy," "TI83 Programming Project for Coordinate Geometry,"
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 Jeremy Kun
Primers, galleries of computer programs and math proofs, and more befitting "a place for elegant solutions." Kun, a mathematics PhD student at the University of Illinois in Chicago with a background in computer science, has also blogged since September,
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 The Jose Vilson  José Luis Vilson
Blog by a math educator for a middle school in the Inwood and Washington Heights neighborhoods of New York. Posts, which date back to February, 2007, have included "On The Reason Why You May Only Get One Black Male Teacher Ever In Your Life (If At All),"
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 JustMaths  Seager, Christian; Khawaja, Faisal; Muldowney, Melanie
Video tutorials, practice exam questions, and other intervention resources created by three teachers practicing in the UK Midlands. Free resources include "trumps" and exam questions in algebra, data handling, geometry and measure, number, and more. Blog
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 k12.ed.math  Math Forum
A moderated discussion forum for K12 mathematics issues such as curriculum, assessment, classroom practices, suggested assignments, help on particular problems, grading practices, requests for advice, history of mathematics, etc. Messages are reviewed
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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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 Karismath  Shad Moarif
Learn math through visual scaffolding, whereby "... a math concept is first understood with the help of visualization, then gradually assimilated as an abstract idea in stages of decreasing visualisation and increasing numeracy." More than 10,000 worksheets
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 KenKen @ the Math Forum  Nextoy, LLC and the Math Forum @ Drexel
A collection of KenKen puzzles ranging in size from 3x3 to 9x9, at four difficulty levels, with many combinations of arithmetic operations. The site offers an introduction to KenKen, lesson plans, rules, discussion, and tutorial. KenKen is a number puzzle
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 Kidsmath  About.com
A guided portal to the world of kids' internet math sites. Includes links to math sites categorized by level and topic; math newsletters (which typically highlight a group of sites on one topic, with associated articles); discussion forums; monthly problems
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 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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 Knot Theory  ThinkQuest 1997
A short course on knot theory, including tutorials on the basics, knot invariants, knot properties, and knot arithmetic; biographical information on historical and contemporary figures working with knot theory; applications of knot theory; a discussion
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 The komplex plane  Travis Kowalski
Kowalski's problems, animations, tutorials, and other "mathlets" focus on calculus. See also the jokes collected by this professor at South Dakota's School of Mines, and his blog of math musings that wonder at the mathematics in everything from quilts
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 langer.kogut.math
"One year, two math teachers in Boston decided to throw everything out the window and start from first principles. Here's what happened...." Blog posts, which date back to March, 2013, have included "An Illustrative Example  Version Kogs/Whole Child"
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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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 Lateral Puzzles  Paul Sloane
Pose or solve lateral thinking puzzles, also known as situation puzzles, which depict a counterintuitive scenario to be explained by asking yesno questions or by proposing explanations. Read questionandanswer conversations of current and solved puzzles;
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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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 The Laughing Mathematician  Thomas Woolley
Humorous blog begun April, 2011, by a researcher of mathematical biology at the University of Oxford. Posts "that make me laugh or have a mathematical flavour (hopefully, both)" have included "Mathematical biology. Create you own Turing patterns," "Finding
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 Laws of Form  Richard Shoup
Inspired by the book Laws of Form by George SpencerBrown, in which the author built a "calculus of distinctions." Read an interpretation of his laws of calling and crossing as a logical arithmetic; see a simple analysis of SpencerBrown's Counter; learn
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 LearnBop  LearnBop INC.
Oneonone online tutoring for students; infographic progress reports for their teachers and parents. See, in particular, LearnBop's autoscoring playlists of algebra and other math problems, which offer "ask for help" buttons and stepbystep guidance.
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 Learninginhand.com  Tony Vincent
An educator's resource for using handhelds in schools. Includes lists of software applications for Palm and Pocket PC computers, a comprehensive listing of the best sites for educators, lesson plans, classroom management tips, and more.
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 LEARN NC: The North Carolina Teachers' Network  Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education
A collection of resources designed by experienced North Carolina educators for classroom teaching and learning and for professional development. Resources include: The Beacon, a monthly K12 education journal, and its archives; the complete North Carolina
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