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File this as Reason #437 I’m proud to be a part of this enormous professional community.

Tina Cardone, Julie Reulbach, Justin Lanier, and Sam Shah have decades of blogging and tweeting experience between the four of them and they’d like to put those decades to work on your behalf. If you’ve enjoyed sitting on the sidelines of the math ed blog scene until now but would like to get in the game, they’re offering their coaching.

Sign up at Exploring the Math Twitter/Blogosphere for “eight weeks of fun missions and prompts.” I’ll be subscribing to every blog that participates. Can’t wait to see some new faces and new insights in my RSS feed.

2 Responses to “Explore The Math/Twitter Blogosphere”

  1. on 16 Sep 2013 at 6:04 pmJulie Reulbach

    Thanks so much for the support Dan. We are up to 85 and it’s only the first day. Batten down your reader!

  2. on 18 Sep 2013 at 2:04 amChris Robinson

    Another great resource for members of the MTBoS to get involved with is the Global Math Department. We’re a weekly (Tuesdays, 9pm EDT) professional development webinar series for teachers, by teachers. We’ve had some great presenters in the past, and a pretty exciting upcoming schedule, including Christopher Danielson, Karim Kai Ani, Eli Luberoff, Robert Kaplinsky, and Audrey Watters.