Teacher RSS Feeds
Site - freetech4teachers.com
About Site - FreeTech4Teachers.com is a blog that Richard started in 2007 as part of PD course that Richard took with the Great Maine Schools partnership. He now conduct PD workshops, speak at conferences all over the world, write about educational technology, provides free resources and lesson plans for teaching with technology for the teachers.
Site - edudemic.com
About Site - Edudemic covers the latest research, news, and resources for educators and teachers. Edudemic wants to prepare teachers for the classroom with innovative, informed, and engaging tech resources.
Site - edutopia.org
San Rafael, California, USA
About Site - It’s a place of inspiration and aspiration based on the urgent belief that improving education is the key to the survival of the human race.Our mission is to improve the K-12 learning process by documenting, disseminating, and advocating for innovative, replicable strategies that prepare students to thrive in their future education, careers, and adult lives.
About Site - Tips for teachers, parents, and anyone in between! What the Teacher Wants was started in 2010 as a way for Rachelle to post pictures of her classroom and share her teaching ideas.
Site - teachthought.com
About Site - TeachThought is a brand dedicated to innovation in K-20 education. We are dedicated to supporting educators in innovation in teaching and learning for a 21st century audience. This starts with ideas and resources for K-20 teachers through our site, and extends to our design of school models, learning models, curriculum, technology, apps, and other learning tools through collaborations with other organizations.
Site - coolcatteacher.com
About Site - The Cool Cat Teacher Blog helps you be an excellent educator everyday with advice, ideas, and inspiration. Vicki has 18 years of experience teaching teachers how to use technology in the classroom. She has been teaching students with new tools, enthusiasm, and belief that teaching is a noble calling. She is a full time teacher and the IT director at Westwood Schools in Camilla, Georgia.
Site - teachertoolkit.me/blog
About Site - The Most Influential Blog on Education in the UK. This website is run by Ross McGill, an award-winning deputy head teacher working in North London. One of the most popular blogs on the web, he writes about everything from leadership habits to keeping safe on social media.
Site - teachstarter.com/blog
About Site - each Starter provides high-quality teaching resources which can be easily downloaded and printed at home by primary school teachers and parents. Our vision is a world where every child is inspired to learn. Our mission is to help one million teachers and parents inspire and engage children by providing resources that make learning fulfilling and fun.
Site - teachingheart.net/blog
About Site - Teaching Heart was started in 1998 as a place for Colleen Gallagher (an elementary teacher) to store and share her lessons. Education is more than just teaching; it is loving, caring, showing, communicating, and growing. Our hope is that everyone who visits the site leaves with an idea or tool they can use in their classroom!
Site - organizedclassroom.com
About Site - The Organized Classroom Blog is dedicated to those teachers who are or wish to be more efficient and effective in the K-12 classroom. It offers ideas, product reviews, and fun ideas for how to be more organized in the classroom!
Site - imaginationsoup.net
About Site - Melissa is mom, former elementary teacher, literacy trainer, and writer who loves reading, writing, & kids books. Imagination Soup share fun learning ideas, activities, and book reviews for kids.
Site - rubicon.com/blog
About Site - Created to elevate the work of educators, BlogLogic features pieces written by teachers and school leaders globally, as well as professional development facilitators. BlogLogic focuses on school leadership, curriculum development, teaching strategies, and student assessment data literacy, and aims to promote student achievement by supporting curriculum processes.
About Site - A teaching resource blog dedicated to helping fellow elementary teachers to not just get through the day, but to make every day count. Engaging products, funny posts, and everything and anything classroom organization, this teacher, wife, and mother brings the content to you in a realistic, simplistic, and humorous approach.
Site - classtechtips.com/blog
About Site - Monica Burns writes about technology. During her days as a classroom teacher, she used iPads to create engaging, differentiated learning experiences to meet the unique needs of her students. Monica is specialized in short list posts about educational tools and apps for teachers.
About Site - The Educators' Spin On is a resource for parents and teachers of young children that helps foster a love of learning at an early age. It shares activities for kids ages 0-8 with ideas for siblings too.
Site - rundesroom.com
About Site - Jen is a grade school teacher and is passionate about teaching and sharing her upper grade classroom ideas and resources here on her blog. Jen loves creating engaging, fun, and rigorous activities for her students that keep learning fun, especially in literacy, math and the arts. Jen`s blog is full of ideas and is engaging for instructors of all kinds!
Site - fairydustteaching.com/blog
About Site - Kindergarten Teacher Blog. The magic of teaching and the wonder of learning. A passionate early childhood educator who loves sharing ideas with teachers, homeschooling families and people in the arts!
Site - thepreschooltoolboxblog.com
Land of Lincoln
About Site - The Preschool Toolbox provides Educational Learning and Play for kids between 2-7 years of age. It has created valuable learning tools that contain information for teachers, childcare providers, and parents at home who want fun and educational activities for their young children. The Preschool Toolbox Blog welcomes you to explore activity suggestions for your classroom or for use at home.
26. dy/dan RSS Feed
Site - blog.mrmeyer.com
About Site - 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.
Site - teachercast.net
About Site - TeacherCast is designed for both the seasoned teacher who is searching for some great resources as well as the teacher who is a unsure how to start incorporating newly developed 21st-Century skills. They are here to help you get to know the latest websites and apps that are driving today’s classrooms.
Site - edublog.amdsb.ca/team2eagles
About Site - Grade 2 Teacher: Asking, Answering, Always Learning. Tweets #AMDSBlearns blog posts. Retweets educational inspiration, Listowel and a wee bit of random fun.
Central Harlem, Manhattan
About Site - Lisa Nielsen is the face behind this modern blog. She writes and tries to inspire teachers because she always found school boring. She blogs about innovative technologies and ideas any teacher can use in the classroom.
Site - whiteboardblog.co.uk
Southend on Sea, UK
About Site - This blog is written by Danny Nicholson, an experienced teacher with over 15 years teaching/training experience in primary, secondary and special schools all over the UK. He writes about everything from the use of ICT in science to digital storytelling in class.
Site - resourceaholic.com
About Site - This blog is filled with ideas and resources for teaching secondary mathematics. With everything from Star Wars puzzles to mathematical handwriting, it’s an award winning blog for all things maths.
Site - thenerdyteacher.com
About Site - An Educational Technology Blog that focuses on integrating tech into the classroom. Nicholas Provenzano also provide professional development for school districts.
Site - headguruteacher.com
About Site - Written by Tom Sherrington, a head teacher and teacher in London, this site explores contemporary ideas in teaching and learning and school leadership. He writes about everything from ideas for teaching to grading lessons.
Site - theconfidentteacher.com
About Site - Developing successful habits of mind, body and pedagogy. English teacher and Director of Huntington Research School, York. Proud author of 'The Confident Teacher'
Site - thejosevilson.com
New York, NY
About Site - Jose Vilson is a math educator, activist, father, and author of This Is Not A Test. This blog community consists of educators, activists, and intelligent allies from all walks of life. They respect the points of view of others, and try to find progress and positivity in a major way.
Site - handsonaswegrow.com
About Site - Hands On As We Grow is all about learning to do hands on activities with your kids. I share lots of practical, easy activities, and sneak in learning opportunities whenever I can. You’ll find crafts, art projects, gross motor activities, and fine motor activities regularly on the blog.
Site - georgecouros.ca/blog
About Site - George Couros is a learner, educator, and Innovative Teaching, Learning, and Leadership consultant. He is also the author of "The Innovator's Mindset". He believes people need to inspire their kids to follow their passions, while letting them inspire us to do the same.
About Site - The Secret Teacher Blog in The Guardian is an anonymous blog where teachers can tell it like it is. It examines a range of topics of interest for teachers - from looking at Ofsted inspections to parents evening.
Site - ictevangelist.com
About Site - Award-winning blogger, author, consultant and speaker Mark Anderson combines his knowledge of technology and teaching to share his passion of learning and tech innovation. Drawing on his experience as an assistant headteacher, Mark uses his blog to give classroom advice for educators, app ideas to encourage learning, and personal anecdotes.
Site - mscassidysclass.edublogs.org
Moose Jaw, Canada
About Site - A Class of Six Year Olds Inviting the World into Their Classroom. A place to keep up to date with what is happening in my classroom.
Site - blog.teachersource.com
About Site - Teachers Serving Teachers! As science teachers ourselves, we recognize the importance of motivating students of all ages and engaging them in the process of learning!
Site - cassiestephens.blogspot.com
About Site - An elementary art teacher blog with art projects and lessons, DIY projects and outfit photos as well as clothing I have made myself.
Site - theeducator.com/blog
About Site - The Educator Blog is a blog specifically for teachers, all our blog posts are written by teachers for teachers, we also offer the latest news, teaching resources and latest jobs.
Site - bookwidgets.com/blog
About Site - BookWidgets is working very hard to write in depth posts on education, educational technology, fun game tips for in the classroom, and articles that inspire any teacher. Of course, they also cover handy tips for BookWidgets users.
Site - magicalmaths.org
About Site - This blog is a fun and friendly site that was set up in early 2007 to act as a learning hub for teachers around the world. The site receives thousands of visits per day, and has developed into an influential educational site where educators across the globe share resources and strategies.
Site - joannejacobs.com
About Site - Not a teacher, but Joanne is a journalist. She has now turned her energy toward education. This is a great combination, and she frequently brings up stories that are relevant to all people involved in education. While she doesn’t usually post stuff that can be helpful in a classroom, she usually has enough links to where practical information is only a few clicks away.
Site - madlylearning.com
About Site - Patti is a grades 4-5 teacher and loves to integrate different types of technology into her classroom. Her colourful website is a definite pick-me-up, and her bubbly tone about teaching and life in general will make you want to add her blog to your bookmarks tab!
About Site - With a decidedly elementary school classroom design, this blog will appeal to passionate teachers who love working with young kids. Personal classroom anecdotes and teaching materials are regularly featured on this engaging blog.
Site - specialedandme.wordpress.com
About Site - This blog is about a wife/daughter/mother/sister/friend who happens to be a Special Education Resource Specialist Teacher.Follow the adventures of a special ed teacher in L.A., and learn inspirational ideas to teach better.
Greenville, South Carolina USA
About Site - Tons of links and information that is directly applicable to use in the classroom. Ideas and strategies for new and struggling teachers.
Site - mrparkinsonict.blogspot.in
About Site - A blog about using iPads to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom, especially Primary Education. Mr P is a primary teacher and iPad advocate.
About Site - Australian Teachers is a collaborative blog of teachers around the country with the intention to inspire, connect and create a supportive teaching community with all teachers.
Site - theafricanteacher.com.ng
Port Harcourt, Rivers State
About Site - African teachers need to rise at par with their counterparts across the globe, embracing technology and innovations that make learning impactful and seamless for school children. This blog offers a learning centre for all teachers across the African continent and beyond. Let's work together to make Africa work.
Site - misscalculate.blogspot.com
About Site - A brand new teacher, Miss Cal.Q.L8 is learning how to do the whole education thing. Her blog is a reflection of that, and it’s going to be fun to watch her grow through the next few years. As a first year teacher, this would have been exactly what I needed.
About Site - Tips, tricks and the life of a special educator and teacher! I have received my master's degree in Special Education with an additional endorsement in Emotional Impairments.
About Site - Kindergarten is an exciting learning adventure where many wonders, explorations, and investigations take place. I am passionate about inquiry and play based learning, and am greatly inspired by the Reggio approach to learning.
Site - missdtheteacher.blogspot.com
About Site - Danielle Myburgh's learning journey in education and teaching: all things e-learning,mathematics, science, pedagogy and the adventures in my new school.
About Site - Mrs. Rider teach All Day Kindergarten. Her passion is teaching literacy skills to young children. You will see them learning and growing together, with love and laughter.
Site - kleinspiration.com
About Site - The face of this blog is Erin Klein. She’s an award winning educator, national keynote speaker, author and mother. Her blog covers almost everything. From fun and useful tools, to handy teacher tips and learning advice.
Site - blog.kathyschrock.net
Cape Cod, MA
About Site - Kathy Schrock has been a school district Director of Technology, an instructional technology specialist, and a middle school, academic, museum, and public library librarian. She’s been involved with technology to support teaching and learning since the early 1990’s!
Site - angelamaiers.com/blog
Castle Rock, CO
About Site - One of the most useful blogs around, Angela presents tons of information that can literally be taken into the classroom the very next day. It’s almost like having a professional education colsultant just sitting in the next room.
About Site - Teaching in the Early Years is a blog written by mom and teacher, Shelley Gray. Teachers and parents can find valuable teaching resources, ideas and reflections from an early years perspective.
About Site - Kristi Delp is the coordinator and parent educator for Parents as Teachers (PAT) and the manager of this blog. Equipped with a master’s degree in early childhood special education and 20 years of experience, she shares valuable advice and insight on everything from fun family recipes and parenting tips to games and activities that develop motor skills.
Site - thehealthteacher.com/blog
Shanghai American School
About Site - I teach Middle School Health at the Shanghai American School and have a passion for curriculum that is current, relevant, adaptable, and shared. Follow this blog to get the best health guide online.
Site - wyzfox.com/blog
About Site - Wyzfox offers professional one to one tutoring for children worldwide from Year 1 all the way to A Level. It allows us to bring the very best educational professionals at a time to suit you and your children, all from the comfort of your own home. Wyzfox is based in an innovative learning management system which allows the tutor and the pupil to interact both via live video streaming.
106. Busy Bees RSS Feed
About Site - This is a webpage written by high school teachers for those who teach US history who want to find online content as well as technology that you can use in the classroom.
Site - primarygraffiti.blogspot.in
About Site - This beautifully designed blog is a great resource for teachers who work in looping classrooms or who are responsible for teaching several different grades throughout the day. Classroom ideas and lesson plans are presented alongside management tips.
Site - aplacecalledkindergarten.com
About Site - I just finished my 25th year of teaching at Madeira Elementary. Inspired by the book A Place Called Kindergarten by Jessica Harper, these post are what I would tell the animals about what we do every day in Kindergarten.
Site - blog.thelearningcraft.com
About Site - The Learning Craft is a place we share ideas and contemplate solutions in modern Education. We provide training, Teaching aids and support services for administrators and schools. Supporting and developing education through educators and parents.