In less than a year on the "MathTwitterBlogosphere," I've collected tons of great resources in Diigo lists, which I've now exported to blog posts here. Some ideas and lessons on these lists are ones I've used already in my middle school math classes; others are on my summer research list.

Here's how I've sorted websites (sometimes arbitrarily):

Math Websites: Specific Lessons

Math Websites: Classroom Culture & Mathematical Practices

Math Websites: Professional Development and Teaching Ideas

Math Websites: Meaty Problems

(Not Just) Math Websites: Games & Puzzles

Math Websites: Educational Technology

And here's one more I forgot to add originally! This is a list of sites I made for my students so they could investigate math in different contexts that interested them:

Math You Can See: Art, Nature, Patterns, Society, and More

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