Focus on Math

Helping children become mathematicians!

Making Comments and/or Subscribing to the Blog (for those who are interested…) February 14, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — Focus on Math @ 10:47 pm

I had an email question from someone about subscribing to my blog.

It can be easily done in a few steps:

  • First, you need to go the wordpress.com and set up an account (you do not have to set up your own blog, but you need to register a user name, password, and email address).
  • Once that is done, wordpress will send you a confirmation email — click on the link.
  • After that you can log into wordpress, and when you are at my blog site there will be a place at the top to click if you wish to subscribe. (You can use that same spot to unsubscribe at any time — you are not committed forever!!)
  • Once logged in you are also free to leave a comment or ask a question on any of the topics (you do not have to subscribe to comment).

I am editing this blog post (a few days later) to say that now there should be link at the right side of the blog to just give an email address to sign up — no wordpress account needed. I do believe you have to create a wordpress account (a described above) to post comments, however! I am still learning all about this stuff, but I hope it works 🙂

I would love to hear from you!

Mathematically yours,
Carollee

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Off and Running… February 8, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — Focus on Math @ 8:25 pm

Greetings and salutations! I am so glad to have the blog set up and functional. Clearly the topic is mathematics, and that will come as no surprise to anyone who knows me at all. I intend to share ideas, questions for the classroom, books (literature/picture book that can be used to jump start a math lesson as well as those of a professional nature that will support the teacher), tools, strategies, and such . In general, the entries will focus on mathematical ideas and concepts.

I invite you to join me in this pursuit, to share your comments and ideas, and to be a part of a mathematical community.

Mathematically yours,
Carollee