Math Tweet Links – Week Ending 5/14/10

One of the things that I love the most about Twitter is all of the great links that I get!  So, inspired by Sam’s favorite tweets of the week, I have made a math tweet links of the week.  Hopefully now I won’t lose all of my favorite links!

Feel free to add any math links that I might have missed that you love in the comments section.  Also, I am sure that there is a “cleaner” way to do this but I don’t know how yet.  If you want to tell me, great!  It has to be quick though.  Also, I can’t get my links to work.  Grrr….

Julie
MeetingWords: Realtime Collaborative Text Editing http://bit.ly/9yg3JA Another entry in the post-EtherPad sweepstakes

xmath2007
MeetingWords: Realtime Collaborative Text Editing http://bit.ly/9yg3JA  Another entry in the post-EtherPad sweepstakes
about 4 hours ago via bit.ly
misscalcul8
@jreulbach Here you go http://bit.ly/byr6DO I probably just confused you with words lol
about 8 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to jreulbach
msgregson
create your own free flash website at http://www.wix.com!
3:06 PM May 13th via TweetDeck
jreulbach
3:04 PM May 13th via Twitter for BlackBerry®
Fouss
Any great ideas for surface area? I’m considering this http://bit.ly/dhtQZK and this http://bit.ly/av5CfQ .
9:48 AM May 13th via TweetDeck
xmath2007
RT @maggiev: 4 Tips for Integrating Social Media Into the Classroom http://bit.ly/dlFRmT
7:59 AM May 13th via Seesmic
jybuell
RT @mctownsley 2 posts within 24 hours on writing better math tests. wow @samjshah http://bit.ly/a8OTAL and @rileylark http://bit.ly/b9notf
9:23 PM May 12th via Twitterrific
mathfaery
RT @CafeRico: Math Mama Writes…: Math Relax: A Guided Visualization for Overcoming Test Anxiety in Math http://bit.ly/a0KHHh
7:26 PM May 12th via Digsby
Mrs_Fuller
RT @mathblows: Q: What does the Ph.D. in math with a job say to the Ph.D. in math without a job?A: `Paper or plastic?’ #lulz #truth
6:41 PM May 12th via TweetDeck
msgregson
RT @web20classroom: A Plethora Of K-12, All Subject Areas, Videos For The Classroom: http://bit.ly/aMxvhN
4:17 PM May 12th via TweetDeck
msgregson
@jbrtva not sure if this is what you’re looking for, but maybe this? http://bit.ly/bJ06Bi
4:14 PM May 12th via TweetDeck in reply to jbrtva
mathfaery
RT @georgewoodbury @tperran Great site containing dozens of customizable game templates w/ auth theme music and sounds! http://bit.ly/N07Rf
8:19 PM May 11th via Digsby
xmath2007
4 Tips for Integrating Social Media Into the Classroom http://is.gd/c4VNt
8:01 PM May 11th via Gruml
k8nowak
If your class needs to practice Geometry vocab check out the epic I Have/Who Has I just made: http://www.box.net/shared/r9kxp5hbu0
4:31 PM May 11th via web
TeachingIdeas
Teaching News: Teaching Facebook Groups http://bit.ly/blOcxw
2:13 PM May 11th via Twitter Tools
xmath2007
Catch of the Day – TES iboard – May 11, 2010: http://bit.ly/9322LQ EDge21
11:42 AM May 11th via twitterfeed
Fouss
Just found a site with some cool geometric nets: http://bit.ly/9YA6dD
10:51 AM May 11th via TweetDeck
JamiDanielle
@calcdave @jreulbach And I live in a big football area so I melodramatically demonstrate line passing through and “BAM! Intercepted”
9:37 AM May 11th via web
JamiDanielle
@calcdave @jreulbach I usually give a brief explanation 4 the historical mystery but then tell them it helps to think of mountain.
9:36 AM May 11th via web in reply to calcdave
mjruden
@jreulbach it stands for “mountain” which is where the slopes are! Ha!
9:34 AM May 11th via Tweetie in reply to jreulbach
calcdave
@jreulbach @someecards http://bit.ly/9ZuYoA (re: slope = m)
9:04 AM May 11th via Brizzly
monk51295
RT @ShellTerrell: @russell1955: on @NikPeachey ‘s post ‘3 wifi Tools for Presentations’ http://bit.ly/9GvrBh #elearning #edtech – excellent
5:31 PM May 10th via Seesmic
TeachingIdeas
Need some printable nets for 3D shapes? This document has a net for every possible shape you can imagine!… http://bit.ly/cfiAEu
3:52 PM May 10th via Facebook
msgregson
doing a review of factoring using the wheel of partners (http://bit.ly/ba96Eq) LOVE it!!!
11:02 AM May 10th via TweetDeck
xmath2007
Catch of the Day – Mathalicious – 10 May 10: http://bit.ly/cmOhag EDge21
10:03 AM May 10th via twitterfeed
mmorley
Must have tool for K-8 Math teachers: http://tinyurl.com/yhggwju
1:36 PM May 6th via Power Twitter
mwedwards
Interactive Graphic Organizers http://bit.ly/MMVKA via @kellyhines
7:49 AM May 6th via TweetDeck
CmonMattTHINK
Had it with complaining seniors today, so I let them have it a little at the beginning of class. I should do it more often–they were great.
2:21 PM May 5th via web
jagkise
Check out virtual “mathcaching” based on geocaching, at http://www.mathbits.com. Basic math through precalc levels!
4:50 PM May 4th via web
CardsChic
@DebWeinhold Happy, except the post is probably sad looking. I was very tired…
9:17 AM Apr 28th via TweetDeck in reply to DebWeinhold
mctownsley
@ACinIowa @JoPrusha we don’t prohibit the tools in shop class, but instead teach appropriate use. why not w/these tools, too?
8:58 AM Apr 28th via Echofon in reply to ACinIowa
Sarah_IC
@mwmathews We have some 6th grade target drafts. I’m at home right now and will see what I can do once I’m at school today.
8:42 AM Apr 28th via web in reply to mwmathews
CardsChic
@jreulbach Note to self – invest in MANY yellow markers!
6:39 PM Apr 22nd via TweetDeck in reply to jreulbach

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