Mathematics and Multimedia has been providing you with technology resources for teaching and learning mathematics for the past three years. If you are going to ask me to list other math blogs similar to Mathematics and Multimedia, I can point you to six blogs that I usually visit to check for tech updates.
Great Maths Teaching Ideas shares maths teaching ideas and resources with teachers worldwide. Founded in July 2010, Great Maths Teaching Ideas has grown into one of the leading maths teaching blogs in the UK. With regular contributions, you can always find an idea on the site for teaching just about any maths topic. Curator of the blog, William Emeny is a full time maths teacher, a member of the TES Maths Panel and author of the best-selling teaching book 100 Things Awesome Teachers Do.
Math, Learning, and Web 2.0 is a technology rich mathematics blog written by Colleen Young. In this blog, Colleen shares her experiences in the classroom, particularly on the use of technology in teaching mathematics.
One of Colleen’s fascination is the use of Desmos Calculator on which she has numerous examples. She is also a fan of Wolfram Alpha. Some of her most popular posts are Top 10 Mathematics Websites, arithmagons, and online whiteboards.
3. Math Hombre
Math Hombre is the blog of fellow GeoGebra Ambassador John Golden. John has excellent articles about GeoGebra — tutorials and lesson integration alike. His blog is rich with classroom experiences he shares and he is also an avid user of math iPad apps. He also shares some of the application he used in technology for novice teachers and other posts about technology.
Technology Math with Technology is good resource of technology resources. The blog belongs to Sue Glascoe. The blog contains resources on animations, Flash tutorials, iPad apps, and many others.
Free Technology for Teachers is not a math blog and Richard Byrne, the author, is not a mathematics teacher, but I have included his blog because it contains numerous links to mathematics resources and software applications. In addition to these resources, Richard has reviewed thousands of free education software and resources. It is not only a place for mathematics teachers to explore, but for all the teachers who want to search for free classroom resources.
I am planning to add more to the list above, so if you know any technology-rich math blog, email me at mathandmultimedia(at)gmail.com.