In view of Forum for Chatty Math Education Questions, I thought to create this proposal. I'd appreciate your support and contributions. Please allow me to introduce it here and let me know otherwise.
This is an excellent idea! For those not familiar with the area51 process, here's how you can help get this site off the ground:
Go to the site and click on "follow" in the upper left. The site needs at least 60 followers to proceed to the next phase of the creation process.
Upvote five of the questions, and perhaps ask a few questions of your own. The site needs at least 40 proposed questions with at least 10 upvotes each to proceed to the next phase of the creation process.
Comment on the merits of the questions, and join the discussion about the definition of the site.
See the Area 51 FAQ for more information on the Stack Exchange site creation process.
Update: Only 11 more followers are needed! If you do follow, please take a minute to upvote five of the questions.
As an outsider (of the math world) looking in, one of the things that makes learning about math so appealing is how eager insiders are to teach it to outsiders.
The teaching math Q&As significantly contribute to this stack's culture. Personally, whenever I've read a teaching thread, I've also been affected by how passionate the people here are about teaching math. I suspect that those threads go a long way in setting the tone for this stack. I think it could be a mistake to create a separate stack for them.
The proposal at Area 51 has attracted over 200 people who are interested in discussing mathematics education. The beta is going to start soon, and committed users are going to be invited in the private beta.
If you're interested in joining the beta, you can (as of now) commit to get invited.