High School Math RSS Feeds
Site - blog.mrmeyer.com
Oakland, California, United States
About Site - Dan who is a former high school math teacher updates on innovations, ideas, and news in math teaching. Dan Meyer has a solid blog that appeals to both his inner nerd as well as the greedy little kid who wants something he can take and apply.
Site - josephlucasmath.blogspot.in
About Site - I am currently a teacher at Kailua High School in Oahu, Hawaii. I'm revamping my channel so that I can teach and put in more topics involving high school math!
Site - mathcoachblog.com
About Site - Bob Lochel is a math teacher who has been a teacher for 20 years. He is the most interested in effective technology integration in math classrooms, and developing lessons that challenge all learners to think mathematically. Bob organizes a math club at his high school, facilitates a number of math contests, and is a track and field official.
Naperville, Illinois, United States
About Site - Math Blog by David Sladkey. I teach High School Mathematics and I love my job. I like to learn new things to become a better teacher. This is a record of my journey.
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About Site - The author Kate Nowak of this blog has been teaching math at a high school level for eight years. She is currently teaching Geometry and Precalculus, and her posts cover everything from math problems to the issues that educators face.
Site - mathsux.org
About Site - Laura S., a young math teacher who's been working in several different NY high schools and have noticed a few theories people have about math. You can love it, you can hate it, either way, you have to pass it. I'll be regularly reviewing math regents questions here that hopefully won't make your head spin.
About Site - A glimpse into my secondary math classroom with interactive notebooking, a dash of tech, and a LOT of tape. I'm a high school math curriculum facilitator with a love for creating new activities and interactive notebooks.
About Site - Teaching high school math to various levels of students has been awesome and I am excited that every year is a new chance to hopefully inspire some new students. I have taught all different levels of algebra, advanced algebra or algebra II, and geometry. Hopefully the things I post are worthwhile and feel free to let me know how to improve on anything at all!