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2:00 - 3:00, Friday, October 26, 2012
Session 190
Marriott: Ballroom B
Max Ray, The Math Forum @ Drexel, Philadelphia, PA

Resources
Twitter
Just in case you needed the link...
 
Tweetdeck
Probably the most popular way to actually read and send tweets. Worth taking for a spin because it lets you sort and organize the information streaming in in different ways.
 
Welcome to the Mathtwitterblogosphere
A website made by members of the global math department that is the mathtwitterblogosphere. They're passionate about tweeting and learning and want you to be too!
 
Math Tweeps
This Google Doc is a growing list of Math Teachers who are on Twitter. It helps you find people. I'm trying to add peoples' websites and blogs to the list since sometimes it's nice to learn more about the people you're hearing from.
 
Twitter for Newbies
This Google Doc has some great tips for using Twitter as well as links to other Twitter resources and videos. Plus, there's a list of other education leaders and Twitter chats you can tune into.
 
Twitter 102 Tutorial Video
Especially features using "Tweetdeck" to organize your Twitter-reading.
 
Math Forum Blogs
Thoughts, ideas, links, and opportunities to discuss developing students' problem solving and communication practices.
    Elementary Mathematical Practices
    Problems of the Week Blog (free scenarios posted weekly)
    Suzanne at the Math Forum
    The Max Ray Blog
 
Other Math Educator Blogs
Canadian Math Teacher and Tweeter, David Wees, has organized this encyclopedic list of math education blogs.
 
Contact Information
Max Ray
@maxmathforum

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