Sunday, February 26, 2017

Silent blog and upcoming g(Math) Tips series

I have been really busy with my transition from the classroom to the software developer world (and I am sure all of you teachers out there are super busy as well) and realized I have been neglecting my blog. Additionally I have been moving away from Google+ and posting on Twitter (follow me!) as well. (Ugh, I spent so much time cultivating my Google+ platform...)

So I am going to try to make a concerted effort to blog more and also to come back to Google+ more and be more active.

One way I am going to do this is to do a g(Math) tips series. We launched an update back in November and I realized I never followed up on that initial launch post!
Over the next few weeks, I plan on blogging frequently and hope to continue it moving forward!

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