Let's discuss how to make math is accessible for all students especially secondary math students.

Let’s Explore MTBoS

Ok – so I am very new to the world of blogging.  I have been reading several blogs over the last 2-3 years but I never thought that I had anything to say that was important enough to take the time to blog.  This summer I decided that I need an outlet to write my thoughts so I could think them through and develop them for when I am teaching and working with coaches and teachers.

So I started this blog and have been winging it …and was about to drop it because I am back to the thought that maybe I do not have enough to say to keep up a blog.  Then today I ran across this Exploring the MathTwitterBlogosphere (through Dan Meyer’s Blog – dy/dan <dan@mrmeyer.com>) which promises 8 weeks of fun missions and prompts.  Hmmm…with a title and promise like that who can turn it down.  I think I will try it and see what I will learn.  If you are like me and interested in learning more maybe you should try it too.

Here is the link:  http://exploremtbos.wordpress.com/  – It begins on October 6th

Technology geared for math teachers – this will be a first…looking forward to seeing what it will bring.

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Comments on: "Let’s Explore MTBoS" (1)

  1. I’m so glad that you stayed and are going to come and explore with us! 🙂

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