Someone hypothesized that there are lots more male math bloggers. Although that

*may*be true, I know of many great math blogs by women, and offered to post a list. What I've compiled below comes from my Google Reader. If you know of any others (including your own!), please add them in the comments. I'll edit the list to include any that I like. As I perused my list, I noticed that the blog lists people include on their blogs often reflect their own gender. (There are substantially more women authors than men in my soon-to-be-published book,

**, so women definitely speak to me and my concerns.)**

*Playing With Math: Stories from Math Circles, Homeschoolers, and the Internet*[Note: I've edited this a bunch since posting it. Good thing school is over, so I can explore new blogs.]

**High School & College Level**

- f(t) (of course Kate Nowak heads the list - Kate was my blogging mentor)
- 360 (Heather Lewis aka Xi, is one of the 2 authors)
- A Brand New Line (Sophie Germain)
- Albany Area Math Circle (Mary O'Keeffe)
- An "Old Math Dog" Learning New Tricks (Lisa Henry)
- Aperiodical (Katie Steckles is one of the 3 authors)
- Between Me and the Door (Park Star)
- Busynessgirl (Maria Andersen, technology queen)
- Cheesemonkey Wonders (Elizabeth)
- Drawing on Math (Tina)
- Educating Grace (Grace Chen)
- Fawn Nguyen
- Geometric Delights (Luyi, a math student)
- Hana Mathematics Lover (Sadie Estrella)
- I hope This Old Train Breaks Down... (Mimi)
- Infinigons (Allison)
- Learning (by) Teaching (Julia Tsygan, Sweden)
- Learning to Fold (Ashli)
- Liz Durkin
- Math Teacher Mambo (Ms. Cookie)
- Maths Education and All That (Rebecca Hanson)
- Megan Hayes-Golding
- Mess or Math (Gili)
- Mind Body Mathematics (Elizabeth Jansen van Vuuren)
- mssphillips (Sarah Phillips)
- Pedagogical Predicaments (Ms. Ashton)
- Pi Crust (Allison Krasnow)
- Punk Rock OR (Laura McLay)
- Rebecca Zook (some posts promote her tutoring, others are great thoughts on teaching & learning math)
- Recipes for Pi (Anna Weltman)
- Sonata Mathematique (Rachel)
- square root of negative one teach math (Amy)
- Tanya Khovanova
- Teaching Ninja
- The Accidental Mathematician (Izabella Laba)
- The Heart of a Middle School Teacher (Kristen Beck)
- The Space Between the Numbers (Breedeen Murray)

**Math for Little Ones**

- Let's Play Math! (Denise)
- Math Exchanges (Kassia Wedekind)
- Natural Math (Maria Droujkova)
- Talking Stick Math Circle (Rodi, her Zen approach is dynamite!)
- The Map Is Not the Territory (Malke Rosenfeld)

**On Hiatus**(great content in the archives)

- Axioms to Teach By (Alison Blank/Forster, author of the fabulous Math is not Linear Prezi)
- Continuities (Jackie Ballarini)
- Math Be Brave (Jesse Johnson)
- Signed Numbers (Jessica)

**Others**

- Bridging Differences (Diane Ravitch and Deborah Meier discuss education politics)
- Intersections (JoAnne Growney, Poetry with Mathematics)
- Math Playground (Colleen King runs a great math games site)
- mathbabe (Cathy O'Neil, financial analyst & mathematician)
- The Rookery (Michelle Martin, notes on a progressive 4th/5th classroom, some math)
- Unschool Days (Holly writes mostly about teaching science in a home-based setting)

Add to that list Anna Weltman's new blog, "Recipes for Pi."

ReplyDeletehttp://recipesforpi.wordpress.com/

Great list, Sue. I also follow (no particular order & I'm sure missing people)

ReplyDeleteMimi Yang http://untilnextstop.blogspot.de/, Lisa Henry http://oldmathdognewtricks.blogspot.com/, Liz Durkin http://eadurkin.wordpress.com, Malke Rosenberg http://mathinyourfeet.blogspot.com, and Grace Chen http://educating-grace.blogspot.com

OMG, I love Malke's blog, how did that escape my careful working down my list?!

ReplyDeleteAnd here's one I just now discovered: http://hanamath.posterous.com/ (Sadie Estrella)

I'm surprised there isn't more overlap on our lists, Sue.

ReplyDeleteHere's mine: http://betweenthenumbers.wordpress.com/2012/05/24/strong-women-proud-women/

It'll be fun to check out the ones on your list that I haven't seen yet. I'll add a bunch to mine, I'm sure.

ReplyDeleteI'd like to add my colleague as well, Sarah Phillips to the list. http://mssphillips.wordpress.com/ (@mssphillips) on Twitter.

ReplyDeleteThanks for including me! I'll have to do some writing this weekend, lots has been happening with too little time for reflection. We are winding down though.

ReplyDelete"Mess or Math" (by a high school math student)

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"Learning Curves" (by a math PhD currently working in a research organization affiliated with the university where she used to be on the faculty)

http://learningcurves.blogspot.com/

Excellent list. Some more that I know via mathblogging.org (shameless self-plug ;)):

ReplyDeleteIzabella Laba The Accidental Mathematician

Claire Mathieu, A CS Prof Blog

Laura McLay, Punk rock OR

Catarina Duthil Novaes M-Phi

Haggis the sheep Knot your average sheep

Clara Grima seispalabras

JoAnne Growney Intersections, Poetry & Mathematics

Katie Steckles at The Aperiodical

I was going to add Anna Weltman but Paul Salomon beat me to it (and she's also on betweenthenumbers' list).

ReplyDeleteAlso, Erlina Ronda.

Thank you so much! I'll add these to my reader right away.

ReplyDeleteSue, great list!

ReplyDeleteI went through my rather long RSS list and found some more:

Caroline Mukisa MathsInsider MathFour

Laura Laing Math for Grownups

Grace Educating Grace

Breedeen The Space Between the Numbers

Erlina Ronda Mathematics for Teaching

Gisele Glosser Math Goodies Blog

Colleen Young Mathematics, Learning and Web 2.0

Denise Let's Play Math!

Maria Miller Homeschool Math Blog

Sue & Bree,

ReplyDeleteGreat minds DO think alike. I suggested two more on Bree's site: Carole Fullerton’s http://mindfull.wordpress.com/ and http://numberloving.com/ by Sharon Derbyshire & Laura Rees-Hughes

Chris

Thank you for the list Sue. I've got to look at these later.

ReplyDeleteOne more to add:

ReplyDeleteCoefficents of Determination

http://coefficientsofdeterminations.blogspot.com/

@aeakland

Hi Sue,

ReplyDeleteShecky from the Math Frolic blog pointed me to this article since he knows I've been having a tough time finding women to interview for my "Inspired by Math" podcast series. But, I no longer have a shortage, thanks to your awesome list and to other blogs mentioned in the comments.

While I've got your attention, would you be interested in being on my podcast series? It would be great to talk about your book as well, which I don't believe it out yet, right?

Not out yet. Coming soon. Sure, I'd be delighted to do a podcast with you. Email me: math anthology editor (no spaces) on gmail. I would also recommend that you interview Maria Droujkova. There are a number of women and people of color doing great math education things who don't blog. I might be able to recommend a few others to you.

ReplyDeleteGreat. I'll email you about the podcast. Maria and I are recording an interview this Friday. And, yes, I'd love to know of people who aren't so well known who are doing great math education. Thanks.

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