I’m going to be totally honest, here. I set up the #bc20 Blogging Challenge as a totally selfish endeavor. I identified that one of my struggles with blogging has been keeping up with ideas and feeling the push to write, even after a long day at work with my students. I set up the schedule of prompts so that I wouldn’t have to come up with a topic. When I shared it out to a few friends, I had no idea that others would find it so inspiring. When it turned into its own hashtag on Twitter, I was amazed!
A positively wonderful by-product of this challenge, at least for me, has been discovering others who are blogging and sharing. Those who share on Twitter using the #bc20 hashtag go right into a column in my Hootsuite account. There have been so many great blog posts shared there, and today, I’m going to share a few!
Katrina Hall hosts a blog titled Queen of Mathematical Hearts. She shares amazing ideas for teaching math, so head over and check out some of her amazing ideas!
Barbara Day keeps up with Day’s Class Notes where she shares tips and tricks from her 4th grade class. Her last post about Harry Potter was a super one!
CJ Seiling is also keeping up with an inspired math blog at The Math Hatter. Despite the fact that the content is so very different from what I teach in my fifth grade classroom, I’m inspired by his passion and enthusiasm.
Find a complete list of others who signed up for the Blogging Challenge HERE!