How many times have you Googled something like “factoring lesson” and gotten nothing good? And then you look in your Evernote tagged pages and that’s so unorganized you don’t even want to deal with it…Then head over to the MTBoS Search Engine and you’ll instantly be shown so many amazing blog posts about factoring that you’ll wish you had the whole year to just do that topic.
I would not have made it through this year without this search engine. Ok, maybe I would have, but I would not have done nearly as good of a job. I’ve shared this resource with many teachers and everyone is just like “Wow”.
I also know there are other search engines and virtual filing cabinets and I appreciate all the people that put those together, too. Ones that I can think of that I’ve used recently (I know I’m forgetting some):
- Elissa Miller http://misscalculate.blogspot.com/p/algebra-1.html
- Beth Ferguson http://algebrasfriend.blogspot.com/p/virtual-filing-cabinet.html
- Julie Reulbach https://ispeakmath.org/math-teacher-resources/
- Sam Shah https://samjshah.com/worksheets-projects/
- Robert Kaplinsky http://robertkaplinsky.com/prbl-search-engine/
Thank you MTBoS for being the most helpful part of my math department this year – you guys are the best!
MTBoS, j’aime tout chez toi.