High School Blogs List
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About Blog - For more than 18 years, I’ve brought my love of literature and writing to high school students in California. I’ve taught them all, from the highest-achieving honors student to the continuation kid on the verge of dropping out of school. What every student wants is to be inspired, to learn, and to have some fun while at school.
About Blog - Larry Ferlazzo talks about websites that will help you teach ELL, ESL and EFL. I teach English, Social Studies and International Baccalaureate classes to English Language Learners and mainstream students at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento.
About Blog - This is a page a webpage written by high school teachers for those who teach world history and want to find online content as well as technology that you can use in the classroom.
About Blog - Dan who is former high school math teacher updates on innovations, ideas, and news in math teaching. Dan Meyer has a solid blog that appeals to both my inner nerd as well as the greedy little kid who wants something he can take and apply.
About Blog - Andrew Shauver is an instructional tech specialist, and former high school and middle school math teacher in Mid-Michigan.
About Blog - This is Alfred Thompson's blog about computer science education and related topics. High school CS teacher, Education blogger, author, CS education activist, speaker, husband & father of teachers
About Blog - Technology, leadership, and the future of schools. An Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Colorado Denver, is widely recognized as one of the nation’s leading experts on P-12 school technology leadership issues.
Laguna Hills, CA
About Blog - This blog has served as a place to reflect and analyze on my journey to flipped learning in my high school math classes from 2011-2014.
About Blog - I’m a K-12 Curriculum Director in northern Illinois that will always have the heart of a high school science teacher. Always trying to get better, and always insisting we do things that are right for students even if it means more or different work for us adults.
About Blog - This blog is about a day in the life of a high school biology teacher....the triumphs, the failures, and everything in between. In the process, I would like to share teaching materials that have worked for me and my students.
About Blog - Nancy Flanagan is an education writer and consultant focusing on teacher leadership. She spent 30 years in a K-12 music classroom in Hartland, Mich, and was named Michigan Teacher of the Year in 1993. She is National Board-certified, and a member of the Teacher Leaders Network.
About Blog - Educational consultant specializing in the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and real-world problem-based learning. I do this while continuing to work full time for a K-12 school district in Southern California as a mathematics teacher specialist.
Charlottesville, Virginia, USA
About Blog - Daniel Willingham: Science and Education Blog. Today, all of his research concerns the application of cognitive psychology to K-16 education.
Frequency - about 1 post per month
Fort Collins, CO et al.
About Blog - I used to teach math at a high school. Then I taught math at a high school using Project Based Learning (PBL). Teaching math is difficult. Teaching math in an interesting, engaging, and effective manner is even more difficult.
About Blog - Issues, ideas, and discussion in English Education and Technology. I began teaching English in 1997, and over the course of my teaching career, I have taught English/language arts or journalism to all grades 6-12 and pre-K.
About Blog - After 6 years teaching K-6 art in a large school district, I am now the PreK-12th grade art teacher in a small school district. Teaching with choice and learning my way through my new job.
About Blog - I research mathematics teaching and learning in secondary schools. My work has mostly focused on urban schools, like the ones I taught in when I was a high school teacher. I named this blog teaching/math/culture, because the permutations of those words capture the breadth of my work.
About Blog - I am a teacher (started in 2007), learning how to teach better and make myself the best teacher possible. Well, I used to be a high school teacher, and now teach at the University of Nevada, Reno in the NevadaTeach program.
I Blog from Marietta, Georgia
About Blog - Jack Hassard is a professor of science education and explores issues in teaching science, shares resources for science teachers, and discusses why teaching science is important.
About Blog - I had a job in construction project management juggling millions of dollars and pounds of paperwork. Then the little voice said go forth and teach, and yea, verily, it came to pass. I coached 8th grade and 9th grade soccer from 2009 until 2017
About Blog - Math Blog by David Sladkey. I teach High School Mathematics and I love my job. I like to learn new things to become a better teacher. This is a record of my journey.
About Blog - I am a high school math teacher in Texas. I spent over 20 years as a database programmer before getting my teaching certification, and I have been teaching since 2005. My goal is to improve my teaching in at least some way every year.
About Blog - Always learning about teaching, technology, leadership, and other classroom goodness. The opinions shared here are entirely my own and based on 25 years in middle school and high school classrooms.
Grand Rapids, MI
About Blog - I taught for thirteen years in a Philadelphia suburban district before returning to my home state to teach high school English at Ionia High School. I am also highly motivated to research and reflect on my own teaching practices, continually seeking opportunities to build my professional knowledge and skills.
About Blog - I taught junior high and high school math for 11 years. I’m now a Lead Instructional Designer at Desmos where I explore the intersection of mathematics, technology, and curiosity.
About Blog - I have taught all grade levels from 7-12 in Social Studies over the past 16 years. Most recently I taught at the Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, an inquiry-driven, project-based high school focused on modern learning. My practice has deep roots in experiential education, taking students from the classroom to the real world and back again.
About Blog - LA/SS National Board Certified High School Teacher and ACSM Certified Personal Fitness Trainer. Passionate about education, health, justice, beauty, and LOVE.
About Blog - A Math Teacher's Random Thoughts About A Job He Enjoys. High School Math Teacher, MMC Board Member, Teaching Honors Geometry and Learners Who Have Struggled In The Past Algebra 2!
Banner Elk, NC
About Blog - I'm a former high school teacher, and now I help other teachers. Working with Constructive Learning Design, I provide custom professional development and one-on-one coaching for middle- and high-school teachers.
About Blog - Karl Fisch has been a teacher for twenty-eight years. He has taught middle and high school students math and is currently Director of Technology at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colorado, USA.
About Blog - Nat Banting is a mathematics teacher working in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. He currently teaches grades nine through twelve at Marion M. Graham Collegiate.
About Blog - Michael Godsey is a high school English teacher, contributing writer at The Atlantic, speaker/facilitator, and creator of innovative—yet wise—ELA resources for teachers.
About Blog - The Zen Teacher helps you create focus, achievement, and success through an emphasis on simplicity and tranquility in the classroom. He has been a member of the West Hills High School English Department for over twenty years.
About Blog - I teach various physics classes in a high school in the western suburbs of Chicago. I also advise our Science Olympiad team on physics and building events, mentor our Robotics Team as they compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition, and keep an eye on our Physics Club.
About Blog - A collection of lessons that I like from my class, or that I've found through the magic of the internets. I'm a high school math teacher who teaches at a private school in the suburbs of Philadelphia.
About Blog - I've taught diverse English classes in grades 6 -12 and English electives including Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition, Creative Writing, and Journalism. I want my students to be critical thinkers, readers, and writers so they can confidently face the many challenges in our complex society.
About Blog - I would like to share some of my art along with my beloved junior and senior high school student's art pieces as we create here at Whitney High School in Cerritos, Ca. I'm also using this blog as a teaching tool to showcase professional artists works so that my students can see some really terrific pieces and be inspired!
Belle Mead, NJ
About Blog - I'm a chemistry teacher from New Jersey that has almost 10 years experience teaching high school - and I LOVE IT. I have experience teaching many classes including: physical science, biology, academic chemistry, honors chemistry, and advanced placement chemistry. I love all content areas, but chemistry is by far my favorite.
About Blog - Hi there, I'm Amy! A high school math teacher, poet, crafter, athlete, and mom. This blog features both math and teaching tricks as well as some of my favorite recipes and everyday triumphs and struggles.
About Blog - David Knuffke is the Curriculum Associate for Science & Technology in Deer Park UFSD. Prior to this he taught high school science at Deer Park High School, in Deer Park, NY for the first 13 years of his career.
About Blog - A glimpse into my secondary math classroom with interactive notebooking, a dash of tech, and a LOT of tape. I'm a high school math curriculum facilitator with a love for creating new activities and interactive notebooks.
About Blog - As a K-12 math coach, I get to hang out on the edge with some really reflective teachers who are open to learning about math and teaching. In our math classes, we try to push students to the edge of their understanding. We also push each other to the edge of our understandings.
About Blog - A former science teacher who now oversees education in the state of Washington shares insights into working on education policy and thoughts on science education.I'm a a career educator, with K - 12 experience in science curriculum, instructional coaching, and both small- and large-scale assessment.
About Blog - This is a blog site created by two high school teachers of economics to help ourselves and other similar content teachers teach both the content and integrate technology into the classroom.
About Blog - Math is my love. Folding is my zen. I used to teach at a suburban high school North of Seattle. I now live in a less-populated region of beautiful Maine where I work as a mathematics consultant
About Blog - This blog chronicles the journey of a Social Science teacher at Ukiah High School in Ukiah, California. The views expressed in this blog are my own, and do not reflect the views of Ukiah High School.