What I like most about the rise of math teaching bloggers is the way it models writing about and for math for our students.

Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere

I think this year, one of the biggest things that have happened to the mathteacherblogosphere (or whatever variant of that word you use) is that we’ve broken out of our own little community. We are no longer just a few of us talking with each other. There are a ton more of us, tons of blogs, tons of people twittering.

And more and more people are joining us, because they’re seeing what good things we have to offer.

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And now and then, on twitter, I’ll see that someone or another is giving a talk on this community, and what it has to offer. I’d love to create a list of presentations or talks that people have given about our little world. Partly, this is my archivist nature, trying to record all of this good stuff in one place. But mainly, because as more and more of us are building…

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