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About Blog - Math Blog by Priyanka Ghosh having experience in teaching Mathematics for the past ten years in –Kolkata, India. Presenting math-only-math to kids, students and children. Mathematical ideas have been explained in the simplest possible way. Here you will have plenty of math help and lots of fun while learning and teaching math step-by-step.
About Blog - Math-Blog.com is dedicated to promoting the beauty of Mathematics at every level. It was started in 2007 by Antonio Cangiano, a Software Developer and Technical Evangelist employed by IBM in their Analytics Emerging Technologies team. Our long-term goal is to make it a hub for those who intend to publish high quality, interesting, and easy to follow mathematical articles on the web.
About Blog - Hi there! My name is Sarah Carter. I am a high school math teacher in the tiny town of Drumright, OK. If you can't already tell from the title of my blog, I LOVE teaching math. I also love foldables, interactive notebooks, and origami. My favorite number is pi.
About Blog - Dedicated to transforming mathematics education in the UK. We are a team of educators, researchers, project managers, communicators and mathematics enthusiasts. We have drawn on evidence and practice from all over the world to create the Mathematics Mastery approach.Keep up to date with our latest news and blogs, including our teaching tips, partnership updates, press releases and plenty of maths.
About Blog - Natural Math is a company and a community of parents, teachers, and students who want to make mathematics their own, and make their own mathematics. Join us in open online courses, local events, crowdsourced books, and other ways to reinvent mathematics education with and for children.
About Blog - Dynamic Mathematics for Everyone. GeoGebra was started in 2002 by Markus Hohenwarter and is today supported by a growing team of enthusastic people in Linz, Austria and from many other places around the world. Millions of students and teachers all around the world use GeoGebra for learning and teaching mathematics in their schools, universities and at home every day.
About Blog - The Math Learning Center (MLC) is a nonprofit organization serving the education community. Our mission is to inspire and enable individuals to discover and develop their mathematical confidence and ability.
About Blog - Math Blog by John D. Cook. I help companies make better decisions by taking advantage of the data they have, combining it with expert opinion, creating mathematical models, overcoming computational difficulties, and interpreting the results. My blog The Endeavour has short, self-contained articles on a variety of topics, technical and non-technical.
About Blog - The American Mathematical Society fulfills its mission through programs and services that promote mathematical research and its uses, strengthen mathematical education, and foster awareness and appreciation of mathematics.
About Blog - Math Blog by Cathy O’Neil - Exploring and venting about quantitative issues. Cathy O’Neil earned a Ph.D. in math from Harvard, was a postdoc at the MIT math department, and a professor at Barnard College where she published a number of research papers in arithmetic algebraic geometry. She then switched over to the private sector, working as a quant for the hedge fund D.E.
About Blog - I'm Bethany, a child of God who also happens to be passionate about math & making it accessible and maybe even *gasp* likable by my students! To help you do the same, I share fun and free math teaching resources and games!
About Blog - The goal for this blog is to stimulate reflection and dialogue by providing mathematicians with high-quality commentary and resources regarding teaching and learning. Because there is no simple solution to the challenges facing mathematics education, this blog will serve as a big tent, giving voice to multiple contributors representing a wide range of ideas. An American Mathematical Society Blog
About Blog - We bring timely and relevant mathematics lessons to teachers and students. No, we are not a food math website. We create and provide timely and engaging math lessons on all sorts of current events, such as sports, entertainment, news, science and technology, holidays and more.
About Blog - As a homeschool mom who loves math, she wants to help other parents see the variety and richness of the subject. Math is not just rules and rote memory. Math is like ice cream, with more flavors than you can imagine — and if all your children ever do is textbook math, that’s like feeding them broccoli-flavored ice cream.
About Blog - Welcome to Math Tech Connections by Mrs. Santillana! This is where I am able to share with you my love of teaching and technology 🙂 I have 9 years of teaching experience (5 of those in 3rd grade). I have always enjoyed 'building websites' and think it's amazing that I get to combine two things that I love!
About Blog - Kids do much better in math classes if they are familiar with math terms and already see math happening all around them. MathFour helps grownups notice and say out loud the math they do everyday so kids can grow to be familiar with it - and even like it! Blog by Bon Crowder
About Blog - I am a former math professor home schooling my kids. We do lot of fun (and often fairly non-standard) math activities. This blog is about the projects we do as well as other math-related activities that I run across online.
About Blog - Revolutionizing Math Education through Visual Learning. Bringing Math to Life for students, parents, teachers and communities. Find ST Math tips, STEM insights, classroom technology implementation strategies and more!
About Blog - After 16 years in the classroom in grades 2-5, Donna Boucher is now an instructional math coach for grades K-5.She wants to make math fun and engaging for all students by producing high quality, thought provoking, "mathy" activities and lessons.
About Blog - I have retired from the classroom after 42 years as a math teacher in K-12 — from counting to calculus. I now work with teachers and schools, and I continue to develop curriculum. I share instructional materials and my views on math education on this blog.
New York, NY
About Blog - My main research interest lies in mathematical and philosophical logic, particularly set theory, with a focus on the mathematics and philosophy of the infinite. I have worked particularly with forcing and large cardinals, those strong axioms of infinity, and have investigated the interaction of these two central set-theoretic concepts.
About Blog - Andrew Shauver is an instructional tech specialist, and former HS and MS math teacher in Mid-Michigan.
About Blog - A blog is that is all about mathematics and calculators, two of my passions in life. By Edward Shore. Went to Cal Poly Pomona. Degrees: Accounting (Bachelor of Science), Mathematics (Masters of Science).
About Blog - This blog is not about how miserable math is. Math is not misery! Math is fun, beautiful, practical, useful, and true. Instead, the title “Math Misery” aims to convey the general feeling that the majority of people have when it comes to working with mathematics.
About Blog - Math Blog by Colleen Young - AHT & Maths teacher, interested in great methods and resources for learning. I update my blog regularly with information on excellent free maths resources.
About Blog - always busy counting, doubting every figured guess . . .Peter Jephson Cameron (born 23 January 1947) is an Australian mathematician who works in group theory, combinatorics, coding theory, and model theory.
About Blog - The Worldwide Center of Mathematics is making high-quality, low-cost math resources a reality. DO the math, DON'T overpay. We make high quality, low-cost math resources a reality.
About Blog - Hi...I'm Jennifer and I teach high school math! I have been teaching for 25 years and I love it 🙂 (most days!) I have taught all levels and subject areas in high school math. My favorites to teach are Geometry and Calculus.
About Blog - My name is Julie Reulbach and I love to teach! I am currently teaching Algebra 2 at a private school in North Carolina. Previously, I taught 6th and 7th grade math at an project-based private school. I spend every spare moment planning, researching new ways to teach math, and reading blogs. I have a BS in mathematics from Marshall University in WV and a MaEd from Wake Forest University in NC
About Blog - I am Anthony Bonato, a mathematician and professor at Ryerson University in Toronto. I have published two academic books and over 90 research papers in the field of network theory. I also write about mathematics, current events, popular culture, and my adventures in becoming a science fiction author.
About Blog - Master Teacher w/ NevadaTeach at University of Nevada, Reno & STEM Ph.D. Student. This is a blog about the trials and tribulations that are taking place in my attempts at making an impact on the math education and now the education of my education learners. Blog by Glenn Waddell, Jr.
About Blog - Mathematical Enchantments is written by James Propp, a mathematician at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. It is a monthly column devoted to popularizing mathematics, especially the kind of math that takes us into fantastic realms.
About Blog - Devlin's Angle is a monthly column sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America. Mathematician Keith Devlin is the Executive Director of the Human-Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research Institute (H-STAR) at Stanford University and The Math Guyon NPR's Weekend Edition.
About Blog - I am a second grade teacher sharing my adventures, and my students’ successes, in guided math. It is my hope to learn from, and inspire, fellow educators as they explore, consider, begin, and/or adventure through guided math themselves. Ultimately, I want others to know how powerful establishing a guided math framework can be and how empowering it is for the mathematicians in our charge.
About Blog - Things of interest in Maths & Science. I post original stuff about maths, space, computational linguistics and other things that I like. I studied maths at Cambridge, got a masters in spoken language technology in Edinburgh, then a PhD in statistical dialogue systems at Cambridge. Now I work at Google research. Blog by Matt Henderson
About Blog - Toan Nguyen's blog.I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Penn State University, joining the Math department since Jan 2013, and a member of the Center for Interdisciplinary Mathematics and the Fluid Dynamics Research Consortium. My research interests lie in Analysis of PDEs, Fluid Dynamics, Conservation Laws, and Kinetic Theory
About Blog - Math Blog by Dan - a mathematics learner and enthusiast. Mathrecreation is my way of working on and sharing some of the math that I do for fun. I've found that posting on this blog helps me go a little further in my mathematical recreations and sometimes connects me to other people who share similar interests. I hope that it will encourage you to play with math too.
About Blog - Mathematical language can heighten the imagery of a poem; mathematical structure can deepen its effect. Feast here on an international menu of poems made rich by mathematical ingredients . . . . . . . gathered by JoAnne Growney.
About Blog - This blog aims to address the whys of mathematics, providing readers with deeper content knowledge of mathematics that probably goes well beyond the expectations of most textbooks. Math blog by John Quintanilla.
About Blog - What If your students had the opportunity to see mathematics in new ways, explore patterns, experience connections between representations, and generate their own novel solutions to problems? What if students could learn math creatively, develop spreadsheet skills, enjoy the rewards of coding, and use math to solve interesting problems?
About Blog - Catherine is an Associate Professor in primary mathematics pedagogy and Distinguished Teaching Fellow at Western Sydney University. Her PhD research was focused on engagement with mathematics and issues surrounding the teaching practices that influence students’ engagement.
About Blog - The CUNYMath Blog is intended as a sounding board by and for the mathematics educators, researchers and graduate students at CUNY. We are here to write about and discuss the things we find important — mathematics, education, CUNY, New York City and so This blog was formed out of a collaboration between the CUNYMath website (the blog’s home), and the Math Matters group here on the faculty commons.
About Blog - Mathematicians muse on money. This site was created out of growing concern with the usage of less-than-fully rigorous mathematical and statistical methodologies in the financial/investment world.
About Blog - A group blog by students and faculty at Williams College. Posts are generally thoughtful and well written, with a good mix of math, stats and education focused pieces.
New York, NY
About Blog - Teaching and Learning With The New York Times. Teachers can use or adapt our lessons across subject areas and levels. Students can respond to our daily Opinion question, take our News Quiz, learn the Word of the Day, try our Test Yourself questions, complete a Fill-In or read our Poetry Pairings. Our mission is to offer rich and imaginative materials for teaching and learning using New York Times
About Blog - Marilyn's current thinking about math education and her ongoing classroom experiences and learning. Math Solutions is dedicated to improving students’ learning of mathematics by providing educators with the highest quality professional development services, products, and resources.
About Blog - Mathematics Rising is about the emergence of mathematics, which grows out of the body’s contact with the world, and is as much a part of nature as we are. Vision, memory, intuition and reasoning touch each other in ways there is much to learn about. I’m intrigued by what we’re doing when we do mathematics.
About Blog - eIMACS is the premier provider of online computer science and math courses for gifted and talented students. IMACS gives students a competitive edge by teaching them how to think critically using logic and reasoning. IMACS classes cover high-level material in fun and exciting ways designed to keep talented students challenged and engaged.
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