Explore the #MTBoS
mathtwitterblogosphere.weebly.com Here are some videos of teachers explaining why they joined up with the mathtwitterblogosphere. We have teachers of all sorts, from novice to master, guys and girls, and from all over, teaching...
Meet math educators in the #MTBoS and add yourself to the directory! sites.google.com mtbos directory
Looking for great classroom-ready Desmos activities? Visit the Desmos Bank, and add your own creations! sites.google.com Desmos Bank
<div>Join relevant weekly Global Math Department meetings!</div> www.bigmarker.com We are math teachers who share what we've learned, cause we don't want our classes to suck the energy from students. Professional development among friends, not just colleagues. Fun! Immediately useful! Interesting!
<div>Looking for something? Head over to Twitter to check out Tweets posted with the #MTBoS hashtag.</div> twitter.com The latest Tweets on #MTBoS. Read what people are saying and join the conversation.
Help students practice predicting and generalizing! Visualpatterns.org Click on a pattern to see a larger image and the answer to step 43.  What is the equation?
Help students build number sense and reasoning skills! mathtalks.net Top menu:       NT = Number Talks     PT = Pattern Talks (hover over NT to see)
Help kids enjoy mathematics! mathmunch.org A Weekly Digest of the Mathematical Internet
"Building number sense one day at a time." www.estimation180.com How do I get started? 1 USE THE FREE MATH LESSONS Estimation 180 Tasks 3-Act Tasks 2 SUBSCRIBE Email Newsletter Podcast
Mathematical puzzles that get students talking about WHY each object doesn't belong. wodb.ca
Challenging math problems worth solving! openmiddle.com Open Middle®
Daily Desmos Graphing Challenges dailydesmos.com Daily Desmos Puzzles
Attend Twitter Math Camp! www.twittermathcamp.com TMathC
<div>Participate in a Twitter Chat using the #MTBoS Hashtag!</div> 13158412-262776323109630531.preview.editmysite.com
talkingmathwithkids.com Because children enjoy using their minds
A Day in The Life of an Educator ditlife.tumblr.com Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people.
Would You Rather? Asking Students to Choose Their Own Path and Justify It wyrmath.wordpress.com Asking students to choose their own path and justify it
A guide to avoiding shortcuts that cut out math concept development. nixthetricks.com A guide to avoiding shorcuts that cut out math concept development.
mathmistakes.org Here’s the idea for this site: Teachers need to be able to quickly look at mathematical work and identify the assumptions behind the work, and what actions to take in response to the work. Th…
Geogebra Resources mathhombre.blogspot.ca Short link for this page: http://bit.ly/mh-ggb The Official Sites First,  Geogebra.org Click on Downloads for the free mobile o...
<div>The MTBoS Google Search Engine</div> www.fishing4tech.com MTBoS Search Engine
<div>More Cool Things!</div> mathtwitterblogosphere.weebly.com below are some things that have cropped up organically through people who blogged and tweeted. click around and see some great stuff!
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