# Monday Must Reads: Volume 64

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Last week, I sat down to compile a new volume of Monday Must Reads. Then, I realized it was a Tuesday that just *felt* like a Monday. And, with that realization, all my motivation went right out the window. I’m 97% sure that it’s Monday, so let’s delve into the world of my recent twitter likes. This is my semi-regular attempt at capturing the amazing ideas of math teacher twitter. I hope you find an inspiring idea or two!

## Invisible Ones Meme

Howie Hua has been on a roll lately with his clever mathematical memes and tweets. Need more entertainment and inspiration in your life? I’d definitely recommend giving him a follow on twitter!

## Rational Functions Open Middle Task

This are some lovely Open Middle Tasks from Dana Harrington. They’re perfect for the Algebra 2/Pre-Calculus classroom!

## Logarithm Open Middle Task

## Binomial Expansion Open Middle Task

## Desmos Activity Hack

@druinok shares an excellent teacher hack for these times of distance learning.

## AutoDraw

Thanks to HSE Physics, I now know of the existence of Autodraw.com. And, now you do, too. I tried it out, and I have to say I’m impressed.

## Origami Decorations

Check out this beautiful origami display from Clarissa Grandi.

## Geometry Image

Sara VanDerWerf shares a thought-provoking image for your geometry classes to ponder.

## Bad Graph

If you haven’t seen this bad graph floating around social media, zoom in and give the y-axis a nice view. Thanks for sharing, Marek Gierlinski!

## Surveying Students

Dan Anderson shares a brilliant way to have students open up about ways you can up your teacher game to be a more effective educator.

## Angles in Standard Position Game

Teaching graphing angles in standard position? Check out this game from Bowman Dickson.

Until next time, keep sharing your awesome ideas! Want even more ideas? I suggest checking out previous volumes of Monday Must Reads!