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New links for 2009 part 2

January 14, 2009 pm31 5:40 pm

I’ve been updating my blogroll. There’s a lot of worthwhile stuff I’m reading that wasn’t on the right hand side. Bit by bit over the next few days and weeks I’ll fix that. And there’s some stuff that is going away, or has gone away. Some more new links:

  • The Number Warrior. How in the world did I not already have him? I dunno. Good secondary stuff. And great contests.
  • Math Tales from the Spring. HS math teacher, writes about math, math teaching, school policy. From West Texas. Regular, solid writing.
  • Ms. Flecha blogs at My Life, Untranslated. Elementary, ESL, perhaps the best of the new NYC teacher blogs.
  • The Washington Teacher. Technically already on the roll, but I’d never mentioned it. Pro-union, pro-teacher, independent individual blog.
  • Sherman Dorn provides serious commentary on education from a fairly progressive point of view, and also, from Florida. Should have been listed long ago.
  • Confused NYC Teacher. Fellow, maybe 3rd year, teaching math, commenting on school politics. I listed this blog last time, but it’s worth mentioning again because there is a ton of new content going up. It’s a mix of personal, school…. Definitely a worthwhile read.

Two disappearing links:

  • Math in 153 shut down. Middle school math teacher from Texas. Honestly, I didn’t read often, but I think they didn’t update often.
  • The Life and Times of a Rural Math Teacher just announced that it is being discontinued. I liked that one…

And a reminder, please submit posts for the Carnival of Mathematics (#47). It will be appearing here, late on Friday.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 15, 2009 am31 3:36 am 3:36 am

    Thanks for mentioning my blog!


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