The Daily Blend is a resource blog to help teachers integrate technology into their curriculum. The Daily Blend was started to help feature our global network of amazing educators. All resources are free to use. All resources are created by educators, for educators.
Denis Sheeran and Raymond Steinmetz are well into Season 2 of the Instant Relevance Podcast. We have had some great guest like Alice Keeler, Don Wettrick, Erin Hall, and Dr. Brad Gustafson! Future guests this season include Jon Harper, Dan Tricarico, Carlon Howard, Stephen Hurley, and Paul Toner. Also, check out our Instant Relevance Mini-Moments for plug and play relevant moments for your classroom.
Available every Saturday wherever podcasts are found:
Instant Relevance Podcast on Anchor
Rate and Review Us on iTunes
I am extremely excited to announce an amazing guest contributor to Blended Learning Math, Courtney Paull! Courtney is an international math educator, avid traveler, and donut enthusiast working in the Philippines. I am excited to get her international perspectives on using blended and personalized learning in the math classroom. Follow her on twitter – @mrspmathworld
Check out Ms. Paull’s first article on Blended Learning Math:
Do you reach ALL your students ALL the time?
More from Ms. Paull
I am extremely excited to announce the first of several guest contributors to Blended Learning Math, Rae Hughart! Rae is a middle school math educator, podcaster, and teacher trainer from Illinois. She is an integral part of the Teach Better Team as well as an advocate for student centered and blended learning. Follow her on twitter – @raehughart
Check out Ms. Hughart’s first article on Blended Learning Math:
Not just good on Fridays – #TeachBetter
More from Ms. Hughart
I published an eBook of my writing! Check it out on Kindle
Or download the PDF for FREE!
Join me on Feb 11, 2019 at the Narragansett Public Library for a workshop about Twitter for Educators. Non-Rhode Island friends, we will be live streaming and recording the event on the Instant Relevance YouTube Channel.
Sign Up Here!
I am currently looking for contributors for this website. If you are a math teacher (any level), and would like to create a first person classroom experience blog post, please email me or get in touch with me on twitter. Also, if you have a resource that would contribute to this site, please send it my way as well: