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About Site - 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.
Site - math-blog.com
About Site - 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.
3. Math = Love
Site - mathequalslove.blogspot.com
About Site - 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.
Site - reddit.com/r/math
About Site - This subreddit is for discussion of mathematical links and questions.
Site - math.stackexchange.com
About Site - Mathematics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people studying math at any level and professionals in related fields.
Site - blog.mrmeyer.com
About Site - Dan who is former high school math teacher updates on innovations, ideas, and news in math teaching. Dan Meyer has a solid blog that appeals to both my inner nerd as well as the greedy little kid who wants something he can take and apply.
Site - youcubed.org/blog
About Site - Inspiring Students to Math Success and a Growth Mindset. YouCubed is a nonprofit providing free and affordable K-12 mathematics resources and professional development for educators and parents.
Site - intmath.com/blog
About Site - IntMath aims to interest and educate people in the joys of mathematics. It does so by providing clear examples, relating things to the "real world" and providing interactive applets that allow the user to explore mathematical concepts.
Site - geogebra.org/blog
About Site - 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 Site - The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey
Site - mathwithbaddrawings.com
About Site - Math, teaching, copious metaphors, and drawings that will never ever earn a spot on the fridge. Math Blog by Ben Orlin.
About Site - Basic-mathematics provides free arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and consumer math lessons. Find also math games, math worksheets, and an algebra solver.
13. What's new
Site - terrytao.wordpress.com
About Site - Updates on my research and expository papers, discussion of open problems, and other maths-related topics. By Terence Tao
Site - johndcook.com/blog
About Site - 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.
Site - blog.stephenwolfram.com
About Site - Stephen Wolfram's Personal Blog - Founder & CEO of Wolfram Research.
Site - blog.tanyakhovanova.com
About Site - Mathematics, applications of mathematics to life in general, and my life as a mathematician.
About Site - 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.
18. Math Solutions
About Site - Math Solutions is dedicated to improving students’ learning of mathematics by providing educators with the highest quality professional development services, products, and resources.
Site - mathbabe.org
About Site - 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.
20. Math Geek Mama
Site - mathgeekmama.com
About Site - 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!
Site - mathandmultimedia.com
About Site - A blog about mathematics, teaching, learning, and technology.
Site - blogs.ams.org/matheducation
About Site - 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
23. Yummy Math
Site - yummymath.com
About Site - 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.
Site - bit-player.org
About Site - An amateur's outlook on computation and mathematics
Site - denisegaskins.com
About Site - 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.