Chasing Number Sense

Can you teach an intuition?

jensilvermath.com

things I like about math

Math on the Move

Engaging Students in Whole Body Learning

vlogakavaughnlog

aka Vaughnville

Tweaking For No Reason

Peace In The Valley. And Math.

Wheeler's thoughts on teaching

The thoughts of a high-school teacher

Something to Smile About

You're never fully dressed without one!

Resource Room Dot Net Blog

free-spirited structure

goslink123

"We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. " -Albert Einstein

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Musings on math and teaching

Informal Math

Trying to figure out how to blog and teach math at the same time.

the rational radical

Classroom snippets, mathematical musings, school activities, and personal grumblings.

Math Fireworks

Explosive and Colorful Ideas about Math Education

Count It All Joy

Reflections of a middle school math teacher

VARIABLE ANALYSIS

"The Fun Math Game With the Lame Name"

lazy 0ch0

more questions than answers.

Girl Got Range

Teaching and Learning in San Antonio, TX

5kmath

Empowering mathematics instruction through application and critical thinking.

Sewn Up

TeresaDownUnder

The Ewing Perspective

But that's my perspective, care to share yours?

NYC Community of Adult Math Instructors (CAMI)

teachers learning math together

Crazy Math Teacher Lady

Trying really really hard to be awesome

Andrews Math Space

Math Change Agents

Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You'd Had

Reflections on teaching and parenting young mathematicians

Pam Harris Consulting

Math is figure-out-able!

Corbettmaths

Videos, worksheets, 5-a-day and much more

Reflections in the Plane

Reflecting about education...almost always about math!

lets talk about math

all the positive things and the negative things that may be

betterQs

trying to get a little bit better at questioning

Unanswerable Questions

Taking Us Places We Never Expected

Research in Practice

One teacher reading and writing about math education

Math by the Mountain

Teaching secondary mathematics in the Pacific Northwest

Adventures in Teaching

Thoughts about the intellectually and emotionally demanding work of teaching

Crawling Out of the Classroom

In everything that my students and I do together, we strive to find ways to use reading and writing to make the world outside of our classroom a better place for all of us to be

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