March link updates
March 3, 2008 pm31 5:07 pm
In the course of preparing the last math carnival, and of generally rooting around, I have run into a bunch of blogs worth linking. Today I am doing that:
- Threesixty – hosted Math Carnival 26, and disagrees with me sharply about multiplication. “TwoPi” appears to be the main writer. (College math from western New York, wild enthusiasm for secondary math and random topics)
- mathstories – Mr. K. (apparently the “math sage”) shares useful notes and stories about becoming and being a (math) teacher.
- God plays dice – Isabel is a PhD student, interested in far more math than what she is working on. Good blogger (and she’s out in other peoples’ comments, a lot)
- Science after sunclipse – random-y math/physics/general science and general ramble from Blake (at MIT?)
- So you want to teach? – Joel. Band guy. Great idea, very helpful.
- Math in 153 – middle school math teacher from Texas. Math, students, school.
- A teacher’s diary – joys and frustrations of teaching high school
- learning curves – Rambling college math instruction and regular stuff. Fun. By Rudbeckia Hirta.
I’ve also decided to pare back a bit.
- Ogretmen – done.
- The Reflective Teacher – out since November.
- dydan – I find this blog frustrating. Students are his audience (they almost never play another role in the entries). Math is a series of worksheets and quickie presentations (like advertising). When pedagogy appears, it doesn’t ring right. There is a limit to how long I want to read about integrating images and video. That limit has been passed.
- Educator on the Edge – deleted
- Teaching Matters Most – no updates in almost a year
- Ms George Teaches ELA – a perfectly reasonable blog I am just not that interested in