Here is a list of people who blog about mathematics or mathematics education. Please let me know if you blog about mathematics education, and you’d like your blog to appear in this list. I’d like this list to be exhaustive, rather than exclude people. You can either contact me, or **add your relevant information to this form**.

So far this list has **347** (!!) blogs. Now that Google Reader is going to be taken offline, I’ve moved the list to a spreadsheet instead of a Google Reader bundle. You can access it by clicking below.

Thanks so much for posting this list! I discovered some blogs I hadn’t been aware of. Feel free to add my blog to your list.

Hi,

Thanks for including my blog but I have since changed its title from Keeping Math Simple to Mathematics for Teaching. Its url is http://math4teaching.com.

Erlina

I’ve updated the name of the blog, thanks for letting me know.

Dave, I love the blog list. Some great new ones I hadn’t encountered before. Any chance I can get on that list? http://mathcoachblog.wordpress.com/

Thanks for all you do!

Done. Thanks for sharing your blog with me.

What a great idea! Thanks, David. Please add me to the list. https://thefeedbackloop.wordpress.com/ Thanks!

Done. Looking forward to reading your blog.

Nice list! My math blog if you want to add it is http://schultzwjhs.wordpress.com

Thank you for sharing your blog. I’ve added you to the list.

That’s a really exhaustive list of Math Education, I checked out a few and found them really helpful. Thanks for sharing David.

Any way I could be added to this list?

Much appreciated, ๐

All the best,

Josh.

I’ve added your blog to the list. Thanks for sharing it with me.

Happy to help, ๐

I just thought I’d let you know that the site has been moved to a different domain – it’s now at http://www.mathematicalmischief.com

The WordPress link will still redirect to the new site, however. ๐

Thanks so much! This is awesome. I have added this to my favorites, and I will make it a goal to look at at least one a week… oofta.

I’ve added your blog to this list above, thanks so much for sharing.

Having been a math tutor for over 20 years, I’m creating a free math site at http://www.shelovesmath.com. It’s directed towards girls, but I’m hoping that it hopes all children who need a little extra help in math. I’d love to have you mention it on your site! Thanks, Lisa Johnson

Great site, Lisa. I’ve added you to the list of blogs above.

Thanks, David.

I’ll add your site to my blog links too.

Keep up the good work ๐

Lisa

DigitalLesson.com includes links to my Middle School Math Treasures newsletter, the Middle School Math Teacher Pro podcast, and my blog. There is a lot of free information and printable resources for the middle school math teacher.

Your mathematics education bundle is a real help for so many students. Thank you so much for compiling all the links at one place and making this so simple.

Fantastic idea, would I be able to get my blog added to the list.

http://www.livinglondonbynumbers.wordpress.com

Thanks

Dave

You should be added to the list, thank you for sharing.

Great list and idea.

Our blog is at http://getaftermath.com/blog/ and will be building up over the next few months.

Regards

Pierce

Hello! I am very new to blogging and I am not sure I fully understand the concept. From what I do understand, this seems to be a very good list of various blogs that could help me as a math/special educator. Thanks so much for posting this list. Do you have any recommendations for me a new blogger?

Thanks!

There are some excellent guides out there if you are looking to start blogging. I think you’ll want to learn about RSS first, and read a few blogs from this list regularly to get a sense of what blogging is all about. I’m not going to recommend any specific blogs from this list, but there are lots of them on it that I think are very good, and will give you a sense of what blogging is all about.

I use blogging as a reflective tool where I can post out ideas to the world, and sometimes get feedback on them. Occassionally my ideas are seen as crazy, and occassionally they are seen as useful for other people.

Thanks so much for your help! I will definietly be visiting some of the blogs that you listed abd yours as well ๐

You might also want to include Mathematical Palette, a collection of funny and “non-classroom” math.

Love this list and thanks for posting it. I’ve linked to it from http://greenapples.wikispaces.com/Newsletters. Maybe you’d be interested in adding my blog to your site: http://napmath.wordpress.com/

Your blog looks great. I’ve added you to the list above.

We have a maths related blog in India, named Maths Blog. Here we discuss Educational & School related posts through our mother tongue named Malayalam. We get approximate 40,000 hits per day. we have successfully completed 1,71,93,690 hits within 1545 days.

Thank you for sharing your blog. It looks like I will have to add a language column to my list of blogs!

We are maintaining a blog for school students. THe site contaings various activity worksheets for 1st Graders now. We plan to add more going forward.

I have added the site in the list. This is a great initiative.

http://worksheetwizkid.blogspot.com/

I’ve seen a lot of blogs about education, and I’m glad you’re willing to help publicize them! Keep up the work, and hope this blog list helps a lot of people out!

I’d love to be added to your list of great math sites, thanks

http://www.mathfilefoldergames.com/

Done. Thank you for sharing it.

Hi David!

Great collection of Math blogs here..

Thank you so much!

Would it be fine if you add my blog too?

http://www.appreciatemath.com

Thanks!

Happy blogging!

Done! Thank you for sharing.

Hi, I just checked out some of the blogs from the list and they are amazing. It would be great if you could check out my blog too -> http://www.rakeinlearning.com. I’ve recently started blogging and loving it!

– RakeInLearning

The Department of Teaching & Learning at Georgia Southern University is conducting a search for a full-time, tenure-track faculty member with expertise in Mathematics Education at the Early Childhood / Elementary level.

The candidate would need to have:

– a relevant doctorate degree;

– at least 18 hours of graduate studies in math/math teaching;

– 3 years experience teaching in schools.

(More details are available in the job announcement at: http://coe.georgiasouthern.edu/wp-content/uploads/Search-67320-TL.pdf)

If you know anyone who you think would be a good candidate for this position – or someone who might know a good candidate – please either: forward the attached announcement to them; or send me their contact information so I can approach them.

ยกMil gracias!

Scott A. Beck, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, Georgia Southern University

sab44@cornell.edu

Hi Scott,

I’m happy to share your comment with my Twitter followers. Maybe that will help you find someone.

David

Thanks for this initiative. I write about math education and I am glad to see a directory like yours.