There are numerous Mathematics blogs out there!

A really easy way to follow the UK education Maths blogs is to follow **The Maths Echo Chamber**

Try **Mathblogging.org** to see recent posts from an extensive collection of blogs from around the world about mathematics in all its facets.

Craig Barton who has **some of his own favourite blogs** (thank you for the mention Craig!) has **his own blog** where you will find many outstanding resources; see for example all the **TES Top 10 Collections **and the **Resource of the Week. **See also Craig’s** examples from his fantastic Diagnostic Questions site.**

There are many **excellent articles on Nrich**, see for example **these articles for secondary teachers.**.

Some more of my own favourites include **Dan Meyer’s blog, ****Don Steward’s Median**, The Reflective Educator from David Wees and Guillermo Bautista’s very well organised ‘**Mathematics and Multimedia**‘; this includes an extensive collection of **clear tutorials on GeoGebra;** the very busy Guillermo discusses the connection between mathematics and other fields such as the arts, music, poetry, and other sciences under the **Math Palette** category. From Murray Bourne, see his **IntMaths newsletters** and **his blog**. From Bruno Reddy, we have **Mr Reddy Maths Blog**, from Jo Morgan, **Resourceaholic.** The list goes on! We also have Mel’s **Just Maths,** Ed Sothall’s **Solve My Maths**, **John Golden’s Math Hombre **and **Dan Pearcy’s Teaching Mathematics. **From K Pichford we have **Maths Sandpit** – some great lesson ideas there. And don’t miss **Mohammed Ladak’s MathedUp! **or** Danielle Bartram’s **blog (and resources)** on Miss B Resources.**

From fellow **Maths TES Panel** members we have Dave Gale’s **Reflective Maths,** **Paul Collins’ Mathematics Blog.**** **and** ****Great Maths Teaching Ideas** from William Emeny.** **Sharon Derbyshire and Laura Rees-Hughes’** ****Number Loving Blog** has many great posts and there are also **numerous resources available. **

**TES have a Mathematics blog** which includes a great variety of ideas to try in the classroom.

Not strictly Mathematics blogs but I have some **favourites on Teaching and Learning** generally, I think these writers have something to say for teachers of any subject.

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Hi Colleen. Thank you very much for mentioning Math Palette.

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My pleasure Guillermo. I intend doing a new post on reading soon as well.

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I am thrilled that you attribute your start up to me – I think you’d have done it anyway – but thank you!

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Hi Colleen! Thank you for recommending us, as you know it is your blog that inspired us to start up!

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