We had awesome guest blogs for the month of November 2011. We are so glad we were able to share these posts with you. I enjoyed reading each one and found them very useful and informative.
Thanks to our wonderful authors for sharing. Enjoy!
A BIG thank you to all our guests!

November 2011

Guest Blog: The Cure for Math Anxiety

Matthew Mandelbaum and Jamie Cohen are parents and learning specialists and are the creators of Jumping Joey’s Number Line. Jumping Joey’s Number Line is an innovative, child-centered, multi-sensory arithmetic learning system for Pre-K through Elementary. Jumping Joey’s Number Line fosters enjoyable, engaging, effective and efficient mathematical experiences, where students are motivated and build a strong math foundation with long-term understanding. Students feel successful and excited about learning opportunities, and confident in their emerging abilities. Visit http://www.jumpingjoeysnumberline.com

Guest Blog – Teaching Students to Teach Themselves

Dan Fullerton is a science teacher at Irondequoit High School & founder of APlusPhysics.com. He also is the author of “Honors Physics Essentials” and “The APlusPhysics Guide to Regents Physics Essentials.” Visit http://www.aplusphysics.com/

Guest Blog: Technology in the Classroom: Why and How?

Eric Kittlaus is the founder of Calcblog, which provides online math and graphing calculator tutorials for students and educators. He is a National Merit Scholar and is currently studying Math and Physics on a full tuition scholarship at Santa Clara University. His book, Ace the SAT Using Your TI Calculator, is now available through Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. Visit Calcblog at http://www.calcblog.com.