Sunday, March 31, 2013

What are your MUST READ Blogs?


Michael Fenton (@mjfenton) has a new blog out, Reason and Wonder. He posted last week looking for people's favorite blogs, looking for personal recommendations rather than culling through people's blog rolls. So, here is my post from the comments:
Blogs I MUST read when they come out with a new post -
Mathy McMatherson http://mathymcmatherson.wordpress.com/ (yes, I know he’s already been mentioned several times, but he is a must read for me).
Kristen Fouss: http://kfouss.blogspot.com/ She just resonates with me – she and I teach in the same state and sometimes we are just in the same place mentally.
Amy Gruen: http://squarerootofnegativeoneteachmath.blogspot.com/ I can always find good stuff from her, even though she hasn’t posted much as of late. Another I am in the same place mentally at times.
Amber Caldwell: http://ambercaldwell.wordpress.com/ She has some great stuff and has been doing more with Common Core.
Kim Hughey: http://mathtalesfromthespring.blogspot.com/ Another one like Amy Gruen who has some really great stuff.
So, who's on your list of MUST READ blogs? Just curious...

4 comments:

Sue VanHattum said...

Among teacher blogs: Fawn Nguyen, Ben Blum-Smith, Christopher Danielson, and Sam and Kate, whose blogs everyone knows about. Plus Malke Rosenfeld, who talks some about her math in your feet dance and math program that comes to public schools, and more often about the math she does with her daughter, while homeschooling.

Ms. Zimmer Teaches in Math Land said...

I concur about Fawn Nguyen and I love http://mrvaudrey.com/ too. I also love http://cheesemonkeysf.blogspot.com/

I can't wait to see the list. Amy

Amy Gruen said...

Most of my faves (not mentioned yet) have been around for awhile. I am sure you already have them in your reader: Drawing on Math, Misscalcul8, I Speak Math, I Hope This Old Train Breaks Down, Simplifying Radicals, Math Teacher Mambo, Bowman in Arabia, and You. :)

Thank you for the shout out, and thank you for reminding me that it has been wayyyy too long since I have blogged. I feel like I just blinked and three months flashed before my eyes. I hope to be back soon.

Ms. Zimmer Teaches in Math Land said...

Oops, I forgot to mention http://mrmillermath.wordpress.com/

Mr. Miller always comments and has some dandy good ideas!