Sunday, February 22, 2009

Teacher Resources Reviews I : Math Resources

I wanted to take some time to write about quality resources for teachers and try to get the word out about some cool things I've seen that might help you in the classroom as much as it's helped me.  One of the coolest math teacher resources  that I've encountered is Drexel's Math Forum . It's one of the first stops for newbie math teachers. On the forum, you can find all sorts of threads relating to instructional technology, teaching methods, and even content based threads about math.  

Grade for this resource:  A-  (All right, all right I have high standards!)

1 comment:

  1. Hello, Victor,
    I couldn't find an email for you, so I'm trying a post:

    I'm working with Hap Palmer, a pioneer in the area of using music and movement in education. He has just released a new CD /curriculum called "Multiplication Mountain." It uses the "climb the mountain" approach to learning the multiplication facts. I wonder if you ever consider materials like this for review, or if you ever endorse educational materials?
    There is more information about this new CD release, and about Hap's decades-long career as an educator and recording artist, here:

    Thanks for your reply. We'd be happy to mail you a review copy.


    Beth Blenz-Clucas