In addition to my blog on WordPress (this site) I maintain a huge math education site, featuring articles about teaching math and tons of curricular materials. You should definitely check it out. I will keep track of updates to the site on this page.
For a Tool-Rich Pedagogy: This page consists of an argument for the use of manipulative, technological, and paper-pencil tools in math education, followed by a long (but probably incomplete) list of links to related pages on my site. I added a link to my popular page about pattern block dodecagons.
Pythagorean Theorem home page: I added an image.
Geoboard home page: I added “Connect the Dots” — lattice puzzles and problems for teachers, which can also be used in math clubs and in the classroom. (We worked on those at Math Teachers’ Circles.)
Summer Workshops: I set up that page to announce my 2019 summer workshop: Visual Algebra (grades 6-9), in two locations: June in Silicon Valley, August near Boston.
Soccer Angles: I added interactive GeoGebra applets to this page, which is an extension of the low-tech Lab with the same name in Geometry Labs.
Spirograph Simulation: For some reason, while the online applet worked, the GeoGebra file I included did not open when downloaded. I got some help on Twitter, and posted a corrected version.
Math Ed Consulting: minor tweaks.
Electronic Graphing: minor tweaks.
Pattern Blocks: I added a link to Jen Silverman’s GeoGebra pattern blocks applet.
I created a conic sections home page. (Links to the geometry of the parabola and ellipse, 2D and 3D, and more.)