2care2teach4kids began as a website for its creator’s licensed home daycare and evolved into a free resource for other early childhood educators and parents.
This blog comes from a group of tech ed teachers who work together to offer you tech tips, advice, pedagogic discussion, lesson plans, and anything else we can think of to help you integrate tech into your classroom.
Pernille is a passionate former 4th and 5th, now 7th grade teacher with “tech geek” tendencies. She’s creator of the Global Read Aloud Project, a global literacy initiative that has connected more than 500,000 students in the past 5 years, and Co-founder of EdCamp MadWI.
Julian Vasquez Heilig is an award-winning researcher and teacher. He is currently an Associate Professor of Educational Policy and Planning and African and African Diaspora Studies (by courtesy) at the University of Texas at Austin. He is also a Faculty Affiliate of the Center for Mexican American Studies and the Warfield Center for African and African American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Since 2007, he has served as an Associate Director for the University Council of Education Administration (UCEA).
His current research includes quantitatively examining how high-stakes testing and accountability-based reforms and incentive systems impact urban minority students. Additionally, his qualitative work considers the mechanisms by which student achievement and progress occur in relation to specific NCLB-inspired accountability policies in districts and schools for students of different kinds. Julian’s research interests also include issues of access, diversity, and equity in higher education.
Practical ideas that make teaching more effective, efficient, & enjoyable
This site has been created to bring us together—teachers in public schools, private schools, and home schools, principals and guidance counselors and university faculty who believe that education is a field whose potential will never be exhausted, a problem that will never thoroughly be solved, but who will forever consume themselves with trying to solve it anyway.
Dangerously Irrelevant focuses primarily on the leadership aspects of P-12 technology and may be the leading educational technology blog worldwide aimed at school principals and superintendents. Authored by Dr. Scott McLeod, Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky, Founding Director of the UCEA Center for the Advanced Study of Technology Leadership in Education (CASTLE), and co-creator of the “Did You Know? (Shift Happens)” videos.
Hello! I consider myself an oldschoolteach because I have taught for over 27 years! Wow! I still feel new to this profession though because I am a life long learner. Believe it or not, I am still passionate about teaching! My true passion is integrating technology into my classroom, not only does it help add some “ooomph” to what could be a boring day-to-day job, but it also helps engage my 21st century students.
Diary of a Public School Teacher is a blog where I share my thoughts about any aspect of the teaching profession. This is my education journey. It’s not research based, it’s just me living through it! Join me on my journey!
EdSurge is an independent information resource and community for everyone involved in education technology. We aim to help educators discover the best products and how to use them and to inspire developers to build what educators and learners need.
My personal blog for learning and sharing what I know about education and integrating technology in the classroom.
A resource of educational web tools and mobile apps for teachers and educators.
The goal of Edudemic is to connect teachers, administrators, students, and just about everyone else with the best technology on the planet. A modest goal, to be sure.
Started in April 2010 by Jeff Dunn, Edudemic has grown to become one of the leading education technology sites on the web. With more than 500,000 unique monthly visitors, it’s become a vibrant forum of discussion, discovery, and knowledge.
Edudemic features a regular flow of tools, tips, resources, visuals, and guest posts from dozens of authors around the world.
Edudemic exists and flourishes because there is a need to enable resource discovery among educators around the world. We are currently in the early stages of building Edudemic and hope you join us as it grows into a more community-focused and resource-sharing destination for millions.
InformED is your learning and ideas hub. This is a portal for you to hunt-and-gather training news and industry insights in the universe of eLearning and Education Technology. Education ain’t what it used to be, kiddo. We’re here to talk about interactive learning and education innovations. We tear apart new information and communication systems and give you useful articles on computer based learning.
I write this blog to share ideas and resources with teachers, parents, and young people. This community supports those interested in sharing ideas about learning in ways that are innovative and relevant to generation text.
A multi-author blog focusing on K-12 school climate, parenting, behavior, special education, classroom management, school improvement and reform, diversity and equity, investing in education, and support for parents of children who have autism.
Larry shares daily web resources, classroom lessons, updates on the latest education-related research, and educational policy links. Many relate to teaching English Language Learners, and others related to mainstream K-12 teachers and students.
This blog is offered by the NTE Centre , University of Fribourg (Switzerland), and aims to develop, promote and observe educational innovation related to the use of information and communication technologies in the courses of the University.
Technology is revolutionizing the world of education – replacing familiar classroom tools and changing the way we learn. MindShift explores the future of learning in all its dimensions – covering cultural and technology trends, groundbreaking research, education policy and more. The site is curated by Tina Barseghian, a journalist and the mother of a grade-schooler.
The purpose of this blog is learning about educational apps, digital literacy, Google and technology.
My house, much like my classroom, may not be dust-free, but everything does have it’s place. And I can’t go to bed if it is not straightened up.
A blog from a technology integration specialist in West Virginia.
TeachThought’s mantra is simple: learn better.
Our mission is modest enough–to create a modern enlightenment that results in healthy communities and truly interdependent citizens.
We believe that this can happen much more simply than it’d seem. The secret is to change the way people think about learning. It’s possible more than ever to create learning spaces that are personalized, self-directed, social, and rigorous.
This requires new tools and models, but more importantly a paradigm shift in how people thinking of the learning process–and all people, not just educators. Because in the 21st century, we’re all educators.
And we all can learn better.
Ross Morrison McGill is the director of @TeacherToolkit who first established the company in 2010 with an accidental Twitter account, now one of the ‘most followed educators on Twitter in the UK’. He is also founder of one of the most popular education websites in the U.K. and is an award-winning blogger, author and teacher with over 20 years teaching and school leadership experience in some the most challenging schools in London. In December 2015, he was nominated for The Sunday Times ‘500 Most Influential People in Britain 2015‘ and remains the only classroom teacher to have featured to this day …
Our goal is to provide an online community for sharing instructional videos. We seek to fill a need for a more educationally focused, safe venue for teachers, schools, and home learners. It is a site to provide anytime, anywhere professional development with teachers teaching teachers. As well, it is a site where teachers can post videos designed for students to view in order to learn a concept or skill.
A resource for any teacher of high school psychology, whether AP, IB or Introduction to Psychology.
ThePhysicalEducator.com is an online professional development resource for physical educators. Their mission is to help readers become the best physical education teachers they can be, and they do this by producing high-quality resources for use in teaching, by helping readers connect and share with fellow teachers, and by providing engaging professional development opportunities.
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.