The math chats for each subject area, middle school through Calculus, have all officially begun! Here is the list of chats.
|Subject||Twitter #||Day / Time||Facilitator|
|Middle School Math||#msmathchat||Monday 9PM EDT||@justinaion @luvbcd @shlagteach|
|Algebra 1||#alg1chat||Sunday 9 PM EDT||@lmhenry9 @_MattOwen_ @anthonya @kathrynfreed|
|Algebra 2||#alg2chat||Monday 9PM EDT||@druinok @wmukluk @lbburke|
|Geometry||#geomchat||Wednesday 9 PM EDT||@algebrainiac1 @barbarawmadden|
|PreCalculus||#Precalcchat||Thursday 8:30 PM EST||@mrlenadj @untilnextstop|
|Calculus||#calcchat||Friday 11AM as per IST – that is 12:30am EST and 1:30am EDT||@ajitmishra71|
|Statistics||#statschat||Thursday 9pm EDT||@jkindred13|
- If you have never participated in a Twitter chat before you are in for a treat! To participate, you just need to include the hashtag (example: #msMathChat) in your 140 characters.
- The moderator will ask a question and then everyone can answer it and discuss. (The format for chats is usually a question, Q1 from moderator, then you will answer with an A1 at the start of your answer.)
- Don’t feel intimidated, because you don’t actually have to “chat” if you do not want to. You can simply log into twitter and watch the conversations. To do this, follow the hashtag. To follow a hashtag, simply perform a search on Twitter.
- If your Twitter account is private, you may want to unlock your tweets during the math chat. This will allow people who do not follow you to read your chats for the hour.
If you can’t come to a chat, but want to catch up on the conversation, the math chats are archived on the Math Chat Wiki.
Reblogged this on Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere and commented:
Julie Reulbach wrote a blogpost about the new Twitter chats that have formed. I’ve participated in two of the precalculus ones and I’ve gotten amazing stuff from them. Highly recommended!
I love these chats! Always so much to learn 🙂