Author: MaryAnn Moore
Math nerd that I am, I've been spending my Sunday evening catching up on reading my favorite math blogs that I subscribe to in Feedly. I read a LOT of math blogs, but lately two of them are really standing out to me and I wanted to take a moment to share.
If you subscribe to only one math education blog, MathEd.net should be the one! Written by Raymond Johnson, a Mathematics Content Specialist at the Colorado Department of Education, MathEd.Net is a weekly round-up of all of the most-tweeted-about blog posts and articles from the online math education community. Johnson's weekly posts also include research notes, math ed in the news, and updates about other happenings in the Math Education world. It is hands-down, the best blog post I read on any given week. Go subscribe to it right now!
Mathematical Progressions by Graham Fletchy:
I love reading about elementary mathematics because I know so little about it. Graham Fletchy has one of the very best elementary education blogs. Recently Graham has been creating videos explaining the progressions of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division across the elementary grades. As a middle school math teacher, I found these to be both informative and exciting. I have been posting them to my Facebook feed for the benefit of my friends who are very confused about the mathematics being taught to their elementary-school-aged children.
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