Explore the MathTwitterBlogosphere

If you’re reading this post, it means that you are someone I think is amazing. Because you already are reading math teacher blogs. (Or at least one of them.) And if you’ve read stuff on my blog in the past two years, you’ll see that I’ve fallen head over heels in love with this math teacher community that I’ve found on the interwebs. They have become not only colleagues and collaborators and constant inspiration, but also they’ve become my friends.

I want as many math teachers that are out there to have as amazing an experience as I have had. I hate writing about this community because I think everyone out there thinks How hyperbolic is this guy!? Seriously?! But it’s not hyperbole. It’s real. IT’S REAL. IT’S REAL.

This past summer, four of us (Tina Cardone, Julie Reulbach, Justin Lanier, and me!) sat down and brainstormed how we could offer a way for someone to experience what we’ve experienced. We wanted to come up with a no-pressure way to help those new to the online math teacher world make their way into meeting others out there and finding access to amazing resources… and a way to let those who have been in this world all the shiny new and amazing stuff that has been generated in the past year. 

And then we had it! The idea!

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If you are intrigued, click on the banner and see what it’s all about. The fun starts on October 6th, 2013.

 

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5 thoughts on “Explore the MathTwitterBlogosphere

  1. http://alearnerspath.blogspot.com/
    http://mathematicalconcepts.blogspot.com/

    This looks very cool! I am still going through my teacher preparation program and am blogging about that. I just created a new blog to host my math explanations on (so it doesn’t have anything on it yet) but I am excited to build it. I’m building some of the future posts right now as I go through my math classes.

    Is this going to become a repeat thing that I could do in the future or should I do it now anyways?

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