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Four Math Podcasts and Blogs You Need to Hear

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Four Great Blogs and Podcasts

There are so many blogs and podcasts to learn from in the Math Education field. Choosing can get pretty overwhelming. Don’t miss the free resources that are offered to you, they are worth it.
Here are a few of our favorites. Please tell us about others you read or listen to below in the comment section. All titles are hyperlinked.

You can also share your thoughts and ideas on our USMRC Community Forum

Podcast: Learning through Math with Laura and Karina

Laura and Karina are in Season 3 of their podcast and are almost up to 100 episodes! Laura is Math Recovery Specialist trained, works as a math coach and Karina teaches grade 5. They share their experiences and also interview great guests! Each episode is about 25 minutes.

Follow on twitter: @lauraandkarina

Ann Elise Record

Ann Elise shares her expertise and free resources on her site to support teachers. I had the pleasure of learning from her at NCTM National Conference in September 2022.

Follow her on twitter @AnnEliseRecord

Math is Figure-out-able – Pam Harris

Pam’s podcast https://podcast.mathisfigureoutable.com/
has over 120 episodes and drops every Tuesday.


Pam also hosts the math strategy chat on Wednesdays on social media where she posts a math problem for folks to solve and share their strategies! It is a great way to add to your strategy toolbox and learn math.

Below is an example from March 1, 2023 and here is the podcast on this problem.


Dina Mendola and I had the pleasure of meeting Pam when we arrived at the NCSM Conference in 2022.

Follow her on twitter @pwharris

Making Math Moments that Matter Podcast

Kyle Pearce and Jon Orr

Kyle and John share wonderful ideas via their podcast and website. They host a free virtual summit each year as well.

Follow them on twitter @MathletePearce & @MrOrr_geek & @MakeMathMoments

Share other great resources below, or highlight episodes you learned from. Check out Math Recovery Presentations here.

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