Thursday, 01 January 2009 | 0 Comments
I’m currently sorting through the many teaching blogs I subscribe to, trying to cull the list. The thing about Maths related blogs that tends to keep them in the list is that Maths teachers generally write more practical posts.
Wild About Math! is no exception. Each Monday, Sol at Wild About Math! posts “monday math madness”, problem solving questions. A great way to “keep your eye in”.
Wild About Math! is also reviewing Math related blogs at the moment and offering links to other Math blogs that review his blog. Hence this post. A great way to find some new reading.
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