There are many mathematics education bloggers, who are are currently campainging to get more educators involved in the MathTwitterBlogosphere (MTBoS). The MTBoS can be a representation of who you are as a teacher, mathematician, teacher-researcher, or mathematics enthusiast. What if you are a teacher-researcher? There are so many blogs about mathematics education, from teachers who have become well-known bloggers to professional organizations, like NCTM. But, what about mathematics education research blogs in this space? What would that look like? What kinds of mathematics education blogs are there and what would they be about?
I feel like my blog serves to illustrate a bit of my life as a PhD candidate finishing my dissertation. I think it's important to be transparent in our journeys so that we can learn more about each other and ourselves as we grow. I also enjoy blogging as an outlet for writing. Sometimes it's nice to write something other than the dissertation or to write about about something that I learned.
Here's a mathematics education research blog (well, it's bloggish) that I love! It's called Math Ed Postcast. You can find out about an article that you didn't know about or you can learn more about an article that interested you. If you haven't checked it out yet you will love it!
Also, I am including a list of blogs that have been reported in Ln(Blogs) by John O'Malley in the monthly MMC newsletters. Many of these have given me such great ideas for my own courses I teach.
I am super thankful for all of the mathematics teachers who blog! I hope to see more mathematics teacher educators and researchers blog. :)