Explore the MathTwitterBlogosphere With Us!

Finally, at long last, the wait is over!  This October, everyone from seasoned bloggers and tweeters to math teachers who have never even used twitter before, are invited to jump on board and Explore the MathTwitterBlogosphere (also know as #MTBoS) with us!

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What is the MathTwitterBlogosphere?  It is the world of dedicated math teachers that create and share resources every day through Twitter, blogs, math chats, websites, online webinars and more.  It is the most amazing professional development that you will ever experience as a math teacher!

You should come and explore with us because as soon as you jump in, YOU become one of the many math teachers that make the MathTwitterBlogosphere more and more amazing everyday.  You will also meet other like minded teachers, who are just as passionate about their field as you are.

We know that you are all crazy busy math teachers.  But, Exploring the MTBoS should only take about an hour of your time each week.  And it is a zero pressure zone, so you don’t even have to participate every week.  Fair Warning:  The MTBoS is pretty addictive, so once you are in, you will probably want to do each and every week!

To learn more about it and sign up, just visit the Exploring the MTBoS website and add yourself by commenting at the bottom.  If you sign up for the “Weekly Missions Via Email”, your first mission will arrive in your inbox on October 6th.

The MTBoS has changed my teaching and enriched my life!  I hope that you can make the time to jump in and join in this adventure with us!

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