I've been inspired you online math community. Over the past two years, I've borrowed/stolen more ideas than I care to think of. People like Geoff Krall (@emergentmath), Dan Meyer (@dydan) and Fawn Nguyen (@fawnpnguyen) spend more time than I care to think of putting lessons and ideas online to benefit the rest of us. I've taken these ideas, shared them in my department and to whoever else will listen and I've grown as a teacher. As I move towards richer and more engaging problems and tasks, I think it time to share the wealth.

I dig the idea of a virtual filing cabinet--a place where people file away e-resources for personal use but available to all. Instead of filing away every resource I can possibly find on a topic I want to post what I actually use (or plan to use) in my courses.

I started this past summer with my Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 courses. Slow and steady the resources come online. I've already gotten quite a bit of my linear stuff up. Next week we break into quadratics and then to exponential functions, polynomials, rational functions, etc.

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Take a gander. Check back in a month or so for new stuff. If you feel like adding some suggestions, please give a holler. I'd love to use them.

I dig the idea of a virtual filing cabinet--a place where people file away e-resources for personal use but available to all. Instead of filing away every resource I can possibly find on a topic I want to post what I actually use (or plan to use) in my courses.

I started this past summer with my Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 courses. Slow and steady the resources come online. I've already gotten quite a bit of my linear stuff up. Next week we break into quadratics and then to exponential functions, polynomials, rational functions, etc.

/06a/math-tasks.html

Take a gander. Check back in a month or so for new stuff. If you feel like adding some suggestions, please give a holler. I'd love to use them.