Some Places To Visit On The Interweb

I’m a blog junkie. I now read blogs daily, and I want to point out my favorite posts. Partly as an archive for myself, partly to share with others some great things out there that I’ve been struck by.

So without further ado, here I go:

  1. On Nailing/Blowing Assessment (dy/dan)
  2. End-o-Year Calculus Projects (Math Teacher Mambo)
  3. The Function Machine Game (Let’s Play Math)
  4. Teaching the Long Tail (Math Stories)
  5. Math Teacher Bingo (3 Standard Deviations To The Left)
  6. Competing the Square (Coffee and Graph Paper)
  7. Math & Art / Big Numbers (The Exponential Curve)
  8. Teflon Teacher and How Much Do They Change (Certain Uncertainty)
  9. We Know You’re Blogging (On The Tenure Track)
  10. Exceedingly Lame Final Question and Counterexamples (The Number Warrior)
  11. Quitting Teaching College (An Educator’s Blog)
  12. Classroom Management vs. Discipline (Catching Sparrows)
  13. A Motivational Experiment: Reflections on a Mohawk (I Want To Teach Forever)
  14. Help Wanted: Active Summer Learning With Technology (Dangerously Irrelevant)
Lucky 14. With that, I’m out.

One comment

  1. You make some good points above.
    However, I also think that this can be helpful to you:
    Go to:

    If you get this book and video: PREVENTING Classroom Discipline Problems, [they are in many libraries, so you don’t have to buy them] email me and I can refer you to the sections of the book and the video [that demonstrates the effective vs. the ineffective teacher] that can help you.

    [I also teach an online course on these issues that may be helpful to you at: ]

    If you cannot get the book or video, email me and I will try to help.
    Best regards,


    Howard Seeman, Ph.D.
    Professor Emeritus,
    City Univ. of New York

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