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MathEd Out Podcast Launch feat. Julie Reulbach

We are excited to announce the launch episode of the MathEd Out Podcast, a show for those wanting to hear about the best ideas and resources in the world of Math Education.

This week we are joined by influential blogger Julie Reulbach from who will be sharing about why she started to blog and how much it has benefitted her in the classroom. We will also have tips for those who want to start their own.

Julie is a middle school teacher from North Carolina and is a regular on the bloggerstwittersphere (@jreulbach)


Links from the show:

Julie’s Blog – (@jreulbach)

Dan Meyer Blog – (@ddmeyer)

Kate Nowak Blog – (@k8nowak)

Sam Shah Blog – (@samjshah)

Feedly Blog (RSS) reader –

WikiPages –

Twitter Math Camp 2014 –


4 comments on “MathEd Out Podcast Launch feat. Julie Reulbach

  1. I Speak Math
    February 27, 2014

    Reblogged this on I Speak Math and commented:
    I was honored to be interviewed for the launch episode of the new MathEd Out Podcast. I was also nervous, so I talked a bit fast. But, fast forward is pretty much my constant speed!

    Bookmark it because they have a fantastic line up the next couple of months, including Dan Meyer and the Director of NRich, Lynne McClure.

  2. A Gold
    March 10, 2014

    YES!!! In the past year, I have become obsessed with podcasts as a way of digesting vast amounts of media and news on a number of different topics. As such, I was both surprised and frustrated to see that the education blogosphere has (in my opinion) kind of underutilized this technology thus far. This was an awesome first episode – great dialogue back and forth and useful insight into how I can stay better informed as a math teacher.

    Keep up the good work!

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