This guide contains resources for educators focused on teaching mathematics

- The Bedley BrosTim and Scott are math teachers with years of experience who offer engaging episodes exploring various ideas in education.
- Estimation 180A podcast by a math teacher who share ideas and math tricks he uses in the classroom
- Making Math Moments that MatterKyle Pearce and Jon Orr explore what makes good teaching and how it can be done to make ideas stick with kids. They also deep dive into topics such as assessment, differentiation, student behaviour, engagement, problem solving, and math fact fluency.
- Math Before BreakfastElementary teachers, Tracy Proffitt and Ruth Erquiaga, who used to run in the mornings and talk math pedagogy and ideas for their classrooms began recording their chats (sans running) and podcasting them.
- Mathematics Teacher EducatorProduced by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, this podcast has run for 6 seasons with 30 minute episodes
- Math is Figure-out-ablePam Harris and Kim Montague share strategies and ideas around moving away from algorithms in teaching math. As the title says, they think that math is figure-out-able and that is the mantra that we should have with students.
- Mr. Barton's Math PodcastBarton interviews fellow teachers, bloggers, thinkers, and people of influence who love math. As well as discussing his guest's particular areas of interest, he digs into their lesson planning process, and asks them to describe lessons that did not go so well and what they learned from the experience.

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Subjects: Mathematics

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