Do you teach mathematics?

Are you a teacher who teaches mathematics?

In 2011 I asked my readers what they were looking for to help them to teach mathematics, and their responses were very helpful.

This year, my list has grown, and the number of visitors is significantly up also. I'd really like to know what you think is important in your classroom, and how I can best help you with your mathematics teaching.

Click to enter the survey:

Math Teachers Survey 2012

Click to go to 2012 survey

The survey is completely anonymous, and should only take you a few minutes. Your time would be most appreciated - thanks in advance! So you know I take note of what my followers tell me, in a few weeks I will put up a follow-up post to let everyone know the results.

More Information About This Survey

In case you wondered why I'm putting up this survey, I'm happy to tell you that I am planning to start showing my products at trade shows, in Australia, the UK and the US. (When I do, you'll be sure to know if you come to this site or are on one of my mailing lists).

The information provided in the survey by classroom teachers is straight-forward market research; basically, I need to know what teachers think, what they are looking for, and how decisions are made about purchasing resources to use in the classroom. Producing quality resources is really expensive, especially in time, and I don't want to guess what teachers are actually looking for and miss the mark.

How You Can Help

I would appreciate it if you could let your network of fellow teachers know about the survey - the more teachers who respond, the better prepared I will be to take the next step. Feel totally free to share this page on Facebook or Twitter, or by email.

If you care to add more information right here, please leave a comment below, and thank you!


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