Over the last year, I’ve looked at hundreds of awesome math resources that have truly helped transform my teaching practice into something I’m really proud of. I’m so grateful to the truckload of great math teachers out there who willingly, freely, and eagerly share the wonderment that happens in their classroom. One of my favorite things to do is to talk to other teachers about what they are doing in their classes. How fortunate am I that I get to also do this collaboration with teachers across the globe.
One of the most fantastic collection of resources that I’ve have the pleasure of stumbling upon is that of Mr Barton. The link is easy to remember, and I’ll post it again because you won’t want to miss this guy’s stuff: www.mrbartonmaths.com. He’s compiled websites, activities, and videos exploring all kinds of fun math stuff for all levels of the classroom.
One of my absolute favorite things that Mr Barton does every month is his TES Maths Podcast. This podcast is where I first learned of Nrich, and I’ve been in love ever since. He’s done many excellent interviews with math professionals across the globe, and it’s my favorite day of the month when the podcast becomes available.
I hope you’ll take some time to check out his stuff. He really does a great job of compiling some of the best resources out there.