Jul
30
2014

Oklahoma Math Teacher Bloggers To Check Out

Want to start reading and stealing ideas from middle school and high school math teachers here in the state of Oklahoma?  You’ve come to the right place!  Here at OKMathTeachers.com, we are working on creating a comprehensive guide to teaching blogs written by Oklahoma math teachers.  We posted a question on our #OKMath Facebook group asking for a list of people who teach in Oklahoma and blog about their classrooms.  A couple of the teachers who responded to our question also agreed to make videos explaining why they love participating in the MathTwitterBlogosphere (MTBoS).  These videos are embedded below.  If you’re interested in knowing more about the MTBoS, start with this post.

Rebecka Peterson teaches Algebra II, Precalculus/Trig, and AP Calculus AB for Union Public Schools.  She blogs at Epsilon Delta.

Sarah Hagan teaches Algebra 1, Algebra II, and Trig/Pre-Calculus for Drumright Public Schools.  She blogs at Math = Love and tweets as @mathequalslove.

Andrea Kerr teaches Algebra 2 in Midwest City.  She blogs at For The Love of Teaching Math.  She previously taught sixth grade math, and she has generously posted many resources for teaching both middle school and high school math!

A great resource for statistics teachers is Teaching Statistics which is written by an Oklahoma high school math teacher.  She also has a ton of resources on teaching Algebra 2 and implementing interactive notebooks.

Amy Fine is a 6th grade Oklahoma math teacher who recently began blogging about teaching middle school math at It’s Fine in the Middle.  Be sure to check out her blog!  She also tweets as @AFineGal.

Scott Haselwood blogs about teaching math, educational technology, and flipping your classroom at HaselwoodMath.  Scott tweets as @HaselwoodMath.

Cindy Johnson teaches at Union Public Schools and blogs at The Conic Card Lady’s New Adventure.  She tweets as @Johnsonmath.

***edit***Anthony Purcell is new to Oklahoma and teaches 6th grade in Enid. He blogs at Random Teacher Thoughts. He is very active in the world of EdCamps and tweets as @MrP_tchr.

 

If you like what you see on one of these blogs, be sure to subscribe and leave the blogger a comment to let them know you appreciate their work.

Know someone we’re missing on this list?  Let us know!

We are still looking to compile a list of Oklahoma elementary school teachers who blog about teaching math.  If this is you, please leave us a comment with your blog address.

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  • Thank you, Sarah, for everything you are doing to get more Oklahoma math teachers connected and involved in this awesome community!

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