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6/2/2014 18:55:31Educational technology / technology integration blog focuses on tech integration and what that looks like with the learning standards or just good teaching/learning.
6/2/2014 18:56:55Math education's BlogCathyYenca@mathycathyAustinTXUSACathy Yenca has been a mathematics teacher for 14 years. Her experiences include teaching 7th graders in the Easton Area School District for 6 years, and serving as a math coach/specialist and mathematics teacher in the Bethlehem Area School District for 4 years, working with 6th, 7th and 8th graders and their teachers. Both districts, which are located in eastern Pennsylvania, serve thousands of children in diverse, urban communities. While working part-time during her 3 years as a stay-at-home-mom, Cathy served as a mathematics instructor at Penn State, Lehigh Valley, working with at-risk high school students in a summer and Saturday enrichment program affiliated with the Private Industry Council. She also taught high school SAT Preparation Mathematics classes through Penn State. In March 2012, Cathy transitioned to Eanes Independent School District in Austin, Texas, where she serves as a middle school mathematics teacher. She is thrilled to be a part of the one-to-one iPad initiative at Hill Country Middle School.
6/2/2014 19:01:40Math education The Frame With LearningMichelleWhite@mwhitemesAlabamaUSAFabulous class blog from a creative 5th grade teacher
6/3/2014 4:22:14Math educationhttp://davidwees.comThe Reflective EducatorDavidWees@davidweesNYCNYUSAEmphasis of blog is education, technology, and mathematics, and wherever those ideas intersect.
6/3/2014 15:22:06Math education 10AJoeSchwartzNJUSGreat examples of complex math modeling and problem solving in elementary grades
6/3/2014 15:23:28Math education and practice on high level mathematical reasoning
6/4/2014 9:17:42Science educationhttp://fnoschese.wordpress.comAction-ReactionFrankNoschese@fnoscheseNYUSAPrimarily physics, with a great set of resources for how to do standards-based learning in science. Great analysis of "pseudoteaching" and critiques of Khan Academy and similar ventures.
6/4/2014 9:28:34Science educationhttp://doyle-scienceteach.blogspot.comScience TeacherMichaelDoyle@BHS_DoyleNJUSAPoetic and engaging, Doyle does a fine job of reminding us why we got into science teaching in the first place. He loves horseshoe crabs, beer, basil, and his students.
6/4/2014 9:36:39Science educationhttp://www.artofteachingscience.orgThe Art of Teaching ScienceJackHassard@JackHassardGAUSAJack does some of the best analysis of the educational reform movement from the perspective of a former science teacher and professor emeritus at Georgia State University. He tackles the use and misuse of standardized test data and the validity of current measures of learning in science classrooms.
6/4/2014 9:46:05Science educationhttp://see.ludwig.lajuntaschools.orgScience Education on the EdgeChrisLudwig@chrisludwigCOUSAThis blog shares lots of examples of the use of technology in science teaching including the use of blogs and portfolios for assessment in a standards-based learning environment.
6/4/2014 12:27:41Math education & Science SandboxFresnoCAUSMath and Science bog but a little heavier on the math side. A new post everyday M-F.
6/4/2014 23:06:52Math education Misery@shahlockThe primary author is Manan Shah. There are guest authors from time to time. The focus of the blog is Mathematics and Math Education. The subject content ranges from elementary math to graduate level math. Despite the name "Math Misery", the blog is not about how miserable math is, but rather an acknowledgement that many people's association with mathematics is one of misery. More information can be found at
6/5/2014 8:57:34Math Mind BlogRachelNitschke@ReasoningMindHoustonTXU.S.Although this blog is new, the depth of information and insightful posts are relevant for teachers, curriculum specialists and administrators alike.
6/11/2014 15:21:49English / language arts education's AlmanacGarrisonKeillorFrom National Public Radio
6/11/2014 15:24:17English / language arts education RecordPaul LukasStarted as a look at depression area report cards but now covers all sorts of old records
6/11/2014 15:26:10English / language arts education Of NoteShaunUsher@lettersofnoteReprints of historical and interesting letters
6/11/2014 15:28:29English / language arts education Library Books@awfullibbooksJUST AS IT SOUNDS - THESE ARE FUNNY AND A GREAT WAY TO SHOW HOW TOPICS WERE DEALT WITH IN PAST YEARS
6/11/2014 15:30:29English / language arts education GirlMinonFogarty@GrammarGirl
6/11/2014 20:32:46English / language arts educationwanderingbarkhumanities.wordpress.comWandering Bark Humanities Heather Wheat@hwheatiesBoulderCOUSA
6/12/2014 11:42:30Social studies education History Teachers BlogKenHalla@kenhallaAlexandriaVAUSA
6/12/2014 21:42:13English / language arts educationWww.pernillesripp.comBlogging through the fourth dimensionPernilleRipp@pernillerippSun prairieWiUSAI know my blog is a conglomeration of thoughts and could possibly fit under other categories, but since I will be a 7th grade ELA teacher, I think I will be writing even more about reading
6/13/2014 13:30:50Elementary classroom blogshttp://architectsofwonder.edublogs.orgArchitects of WonderMichelleBaldwin@michellek107CentennialCOUSAIn addition to the class blog, my students occasionally added their own thoughts, reflections, etc. on individual blogs. They are linked in the right sidebar.

6/13/2014 17:19:44Elementary teacher blogs, My Dear, or Far From ItJenOrr@jenorrAnandaleVAUSAJen writes honestly about both her students and her practice, but with a great deal of humor.
6/13/2014 17:22:39Education policy / reformhttp://www.assortedstuff.comAssorted StuffTimStahmer@timstahmerFairfaxVAUSA
6/14/2014 16:39:09Educational technology / technology integrationwww.usingeducationaltechnology.comTeaching with TechnologyBethanyPettyBethany_PettyFarmingtonMissouriUnited StatesTeaching with Technology is a blog devoted to using technology to enhance the learning environment and increase student engagement. This blog is written by a high school social studies teacher, who often uses examples from her classroom when discussing new technology tools and technology integration.
6/15/2014 6:00:45Elementary teacher blogseberopolis.blogspot.comEberopolis: Teaching Reading and Writing with TechnologyAlisonEbereberopolisDecaturGAUSA
6/16/2014 9:55:32Elementary classroom blogs Avery BunchShawnAvery@mr_averyPlymptonMAUSA
6/16/2014 10:45:38Elementary teacher blogs of Fourth Grade TechRachelMacDonald@msmacdonald11ChennaiIndiaCOETAIL student from American International School of Chennai @AISC, new to Twitter, great blogger and thinker! (submitted by @teachwatts).
6/16/2014 11:26:17Social studies educationhttp://teachinghighschoolpsychology.blogspot.comTeaching High School PsychologyChuckSchallhornPsydwaysHollisterCAUSAOne blog is a resource for anyone teaching psychology, especially those teaching an introductory course in high school or college, Advanced Placement Psychology or IB Psychology. We have several contributors, all of whom have extensive experience at the high school level.
6/16/2014 11:45:17Secondary classroom blogs NomadRobMartinChennaiIndiaCurrently 6th grade Humanities teacher, an ESL/EAL, Social Studies, and classroom teacher in New York State, Kenya, Thailand, South Korea, Mexico, and Kuwait.

submitted by @teachwatts
6/16/2014 12:10:36Elementary teacher blogswww.TECHiTiKES.comTECHi TiKESErinMastin@ErinMastinBoyne CityMIUnited States Great resources for the lower elementary classroom
6/16/2014 12:10:51Elementary teacher blogs's 3 R's: Respect, Resources and RantsMichaeleSommervillemsommervilleFort LeavenworthKSUnited States
6/16/2014 13:09:20Elementary teacher blogs Kindergarten TeacherMattGomez@mattbgomezDallasTXUnited StatesMatt is an awesome Kindergarten teacher and proponent of using technology authentically in the classroom. Any elementary teacher will benefit from the ideas he shares; most of which have been tested in his classroom first!
6/16/2014 23:01:23Elementary classroom blogs Yollis' Classroom BlogLindaYollis@lindayollisLos AngelesCaliforniaU.S.A. This is a third grade classroom blog that started back in 2008.

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6/16/2014 23:11:54Elementary classroom blogs Hamman's Classroom BlogShaunaHamman@shammanajApache JunctionArizonaUSAThis is a 3rd-5th grade classroom blog for sharing students' writing and projects with a global audience.
6/16/2014 23:15:13Elementary classroom blogs' 365 ProjectLindaYollis@lindayollisLos AngelesCaliforniaU.S.A. This is a third grade photo-of-the-day blog. I, Linda Yollis, contribute most of the photos. However, lots of photos (and the text to complement the images) come from my students, their parents, and other classes and teachers from around the world. This collaborative blog is a great place to share images. It has also proven to be a fabulous place for creative writing, nonfiction writing, and poetry.

Directions for contributing a photo are here:
6/18/2014 8:46:53Elementary teacher blogshttp://www.mycoachkatie.comMy Coach KatieSylviaHelmerVancouverBCCanadaKatie is Teacher of the Year [USA] and her blog is chock-full of great lessons and ideas as well as copies of her power point presentations
6/18/2014 12:47:22Music education List of 100 Mus Ed BloggersRobertBlomeyerrblomeyerLisleILUSAI haven't vetted all 100 blogs. You should probably look for yourself. Then pick & choose.
6/18/2014 14:32:58Educational technology / technology integration
6/18/2014 18:23:28Educational technology / technology integrationwww.technicallyteamann.comTechnically yours, TeamannAmber@8amber8
6/18/2014 18:24:10Elementary teacher blogs States
6/18/2014 18:41:28World languages education BlogMeredithCicerchia@MereLanguageLondonUnited KingdomThis is a blog hosted by an open/free language learning platform but written by a Language Acquisition researcher who puts SLA principles into laymen's terms and combines them with fun strategies for language learning to empower the individual learner (and extend language learning outside of class via digital immersion and the worldwide web).
6/18/2014 18:43:19World languages educationhttp://eltjam.comELT Jam JarJoSayers@eltjamLondonUKThis is an excellent blog run by ELT professionals who do product reviews of language learning edtech products from an SLA perspective to be sure they are built on a solid research grounding. They are followed and respected by the Cambridge ELT community and have been around for a year or so.
6/18/2014 18:45:09World languages educationhttp://www.latg.orgLanguages Around the GlobeBrian Powers@LATGIthacaNew YorkUSAn excellent blog that features many topics on linguistic anthropology to help language teachers engage learners in world culture- great resources shared on their FB page and very well written reviews of language learning tools and US based initiatives.
6/18/2014 19:35:37Art education in MiddleschoolingJanineCampbell@campbellartsoupByron CenterMIUSJanine is an incredible advocate for student engagement, blended learning and creativity. The opportunities that she provides for students (& shares with us on her blog) are incredible and inspiring!
6/18/2014 20:59:08Art education Gallery At GreenwoodBethJoselynelizabethjosel1hopkinsmnusaOne of the main attributes of my blog is to share the CREATE PROCESS - To engage and invite the community to see how the process inately sets students up for success in the 21st c by developing problem solving skills, reflection and self assessing tools, as well as confidence building that art and creativity can foster. Authentic student voice along with step by step process pictures are embedded in the posts and dialog
6/18/2014 22:59:38Art education blogs on K-5 art with a heavy dose of tech integration, shares tutorials & lesson resources for iPad animation, painting, graphic design, stop-motion, artsonia, and much more.
6/19/2014 1:18:05English as a second language (ESL/ELL) education and Learn EnglishMaría JesúsGarcía San Martín@mjgsmMadridMadridSpainClassroom blog for ESL learners, teachers, educational trainers and advisors and any other person interested in ESL, CLIL and ICT.
It contains resources, materials and collaborative project outcomes carried out over the years with various types of students at different levels.
6/19/2014 3:16:45Music education in Music EducationKEpps@k_eeppsMontbovonSuisse/SchweizSwitzerland
6/19/2014 3:17:49Music education iPad Music AppsKEpps@k_eeppsMontbovonSwitzerland
6/19/2014 3:18:52Music education and Technology in Music EducationKEpps@k_eeppsMontbovonSwitzerland
6/19/2014 3:30:18Art education | Art Education Blog for K-12 Art TeachersKEpps@k_eeppsMontbovonSwitzerland
6/19/2014 3:31:12Art education
6/19/2014 3:32:15Art education Carrot RevolutionKEpps@k_eeppsMontbovonSwitzerland
6/19/2014 12:26:45Math educationhttp://mathmunch.orgMath Munch@MathMunchIMHO, the best math blog in the country. Hosted by three practicing math teachers. No commercial connections.
6/19/2014 12:30:28Educational technology / technology integrationhttp://rioscybercafe.blogspot.comThe Cyber CafeRoland Rios@drrios Famous for Friday Freebies, Dr. Rios is a former Texas Technology Administrator of the Year.
6/19/2014 12:34:07Elementary teacher blogshttp://martha-lackey.blogspot.comInfusing Technology in a Bilingual ClassroomMarthaLackey@lackeymartha Martha is a practicing early childhood teacher. Don't let the blog title fool you. Yes, she teaches in a bilingual classroom. Her methods will work for all classrooms.
6/19/2014 15:37:12Elementary teacher blogs of a Public School Teacher!@BriteEyes49United StatesDiary of a Public School teacher is written by a 30 year veteran in the public school system. She shares lessons, tech tools, advice, and her opinions about public education.
6/19/2014 19:40:11Physical / health education the Black LinesRebeccaContant @shomgotoshiVancouverBCCanadaI'll tweet you the Twitter handle of the author of this blog.
6/19/2014 22:18:18Elementary teacher blogshttp://drivingmetohink.blogspot.caDriving Me To ThinkJanaScott Lindsay@janaslindsaySaskatoonSaskatchewanCanada
6/20/2014 1:17:52Elementary teacher blogswww.theinclusiveclass.comThe Inclusive ClassNicoleEredicsinclusive_classLos AngelesCAUSATips, advice and info to help teachers reach all learners.
6/20/2014 5:46:26Physical / health education PE GeekJarrodRobinson@mrrobboSydneyNSWAustraliaThanks for collecting and sharing these, Scott!

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6/20/2014 7:35:10Computer science / coding education ProjectKimWilkens@kimxtomCharlottesvilleVAUSAThrough workshops, courses and presentations, I teach web making, video game design, wearable electronics, app development, robotics and exploring technology. I created Tech-Girls with the mission of empowering girls to imagine and achieve their future dreams in our tech-savvy world.
6/20/2014 7:50:01Computer science / coding educationhttp://blog.acthompson.netComputer Science TeacherAlfredThompsonalfredtwoDanvilleNHUSAlfred Thompson's blog about computer science education and related topics.
6/20/2014 7:51:52Computer science / coding education EducationMarkGuzdialguzdialAtlantaGAUS
6/20/2014 7:54:53Computer science / coding education MomLaura Blankenship PAUSLaura Blankenship writes mostly about teaching CS at an all girls' school. And the occasional post about her kids.
6/20/2014 7:56:12Computer science / coding education's CS Teacher Blog GarthFlintMTUSGarth Flint is a teacher at a private Catholic school in western Montana.
6/20/2014 7:58:13Computer science / coding education BlogCSTeachersAUSThe CSTA blog is updated by various members of the board of the Computer Science Teachers Association.
6/20/2014 7:58:31Computer science / coding educationhttp://blog.recursiveprocess.comRecursive ProcessDanAnderson@dandersodSaratoga SpringsNYUSA
6/20/2014 8:00:28Computer science / coding education'est la ZMikeZamansky Zamansky NYCNYUSMike Zamansky runs the computer science program at Stuyvesant High School in New York City. He’s a very creative person. He’s also built and maintained a community of students who stay connected after graduation.
6/20/2014 8:08:52Computer science / coding education Science in Primary Education Phil Bagge @baggieprPhilBagge@baggieprHampshieUK
6/20/2014 8:43:25Educational technology / technology integration
6/20/2014 10:19:29Computer science / coding educationhttp://cestlaz.github.ioC'est la ZMichaelZamanskyzamanskyNew YorkNYUSA
6/21/2014 16:45:48Computer science / coding educationhttp://supercomputerscience.blogspot.comSuper Computer ScienceRebeccaDovi@supercompsciRichmondVAUSAI have a lot of things posted from my time as a CS Principles pilot instructor.
6/21/2014 21:03:47World languages education that TextbookReginaSchantzReginaSchantz1WashingtonIA - IowaUnited States
6/22/2014 11:50:09Preschool / early childhood educationMariamontessori.comMaria MontessoriAlexaMaterI am not the author of this blog. It's written by many experienced Montessori educators and contains a great deal of wisdom on what children need.
6/22/2014 14:29:02School librarians / media specialistshttp://blog.cathyjonelson.comCathy Jo Nelson's Professional ThoughtsCathy JoNelson@cathyjoSpartanburgSCUnited States
6/22/2014 16:09:56Curriculum EDgeStevenWeber@curriculumblogHillsborough North CarolinaU.S.Weber posts articles related to curriculum development, curriculum leadership, teacher leaders, collaborative teams, unpacking standards, and student understanding. Several of his articles have been featured in the ASCD SmartBrief.
6/22/2014 17:28:27English / language arts education MexicoUnited StatesMy goal is to make my practice as transparent as possible. I co-teach secondary Humanities (World Studies) at a 1-to-1 project-based learning high school.
6/22/2014 20:08:55Elementary teacher blogshttp://crawlingoutoftheclassroom.wordpress.comCrawling Out of the ClassroomJessicaLifshitz@JessLifTeach
6/22/2014 22:06:33Educational technology / technology integration Technology for TeachersGinaJohnson@wintersginaWintersCAUnited StatesI have favorited and retweeted links to this blog more than any other. Richard Byrne @rmbyrne is the author. It is full of useful tech info and links for teachers of all subjects and grades.
6/23/2014 4:06:48Preschool / early childhood education the Children PlayKEpps@k_eeppsMontbovonSwitzerland
6/23/2014 9:29:17Educational technology / technology integrationhttp://likekrazy.blogspot.comLike KrazyTomKrawczewicztkrazSilver SpringMarylandUnited States
6/23/2014 9:32:03CurriculumBghslearningandinstruction.blogspot.comBuffalo Grove HS Learning and InstructionJillMaraldo@jmaraldoBuffalo GroveILUSAA new blog from the office of the Associate Principal of Instruction at Buffalo Grove HS. Will focus on curriculum, instruction and best practice ed tech integration.
6/23/2014 9:32:33CurriculumBghslearningandinstruction.blogspot.comBuffalo Grove HS Learning and InstructionJillMaraldo@jmaraldoBuffalo GroveILUSAA new blog from the office of the Associate Principal of Instruction at Buffalo Grove HS. Will focus on curriculum, instruction and best practice ed tech integration.
6/25/2014 7:07:19Music educationSinginagination.wordpress.comsing imagination: a learning journey of a music teacherYoon SooLim@DoremigirlPhiladelphiaPAUSAAn independent school music teacher.
6/25/2014 8:24:04Math educationmathequalslove.blogspot.comMath = LoveSarahHagan@mathequalsloveDrumrightOKUSAReflections on Lessons Taught and Lessons Learned as a High School Math Teacher
6/25/2014 8:37:55English / language arts educationhttp://writeoutloud.edublogs.orgWrite Out LoudAmyCobbacobbSt. PetersburgFloridaUSA
6/25/2014 11:36:25Educational technology / technology integrationhttp://techblog.evan-moor.comTechspirationWendy ZamoraEMTechspirationMontereyCAUnited StatesTechspiration is an edtech blog with a focus on best practice, technology trends, and innovative tech implementation in the classroom. The blog also highlights how these trends and philosophies influence Evan-Moor's own technology product development.
6/25/2014 12:02:15Educational technology / technology integrationhttps://balancedtech.wikispaces.comBalancEdTech@BalancEdTechBloomfieldMiUSABalancEdTech: Balancing Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Technology
We believe educators must be knowledgeable and comfortable with curriculum, pedagogy, and technology in order to "teach". Our blog posts, articles, activities and resources focus on helping educators weave curriculum, pedagogy, and technology into engaging and rigorous learning. We also believe people learn best by doing AND reflecting, both of which are integral to our individual and collective learning and teaching.
Tweet us: @BalancEdTech @sewilkie @roybps
6/25/2014 14:22:13English as a second language (ESL/ELL) education Ferlazzo's Website of the DayChrisRichards@chards74BurlingtonIowaUSAExcellent resource especially for ESL/ELL.
6/26/2014 13:49:00Special educationrapaciouslearning.orgRapacious LearningWendyParker@parkerwendyWebster CityIAUSA
6/26/2014 16:17:32Educational technology / technology integration EcosystemsDanielChristian@dchristian5Grand RapidsMIUSAI strive to help others build their own learning ecosystems - whether that be in K-12, in higher education, or in the corporate world. My blog has a heavy emphasis on emerging and educational technologies, but it also covers education reform, pedagogy, and ideas for teaching and learning.
6/26/2014 23:18:57Computer science / coding forward to chatting/working with you!
6/27/2014 5:08:17Educational technology / technology integrationwww.karenmelhuishspencer.comDisrupt & TransformKarenMelhuish Spencer@virtuallykarenWellingtonNew ZealandKaren is internationally recognised for her expertise in future-oriented curriculum and learning design for our digital world. She works for CORE Education in New Zealand and is currently the driving force behind bringing Connected Educator Month to New Zealand and the state of Victoria, Australia. Her blog explores and questions current educational design and explores new possibilities for future building schooling.
6/27/2014 11:03:59Special education ConnectKathryn Donahue@kathmrePhiladelphiaCAST is moving away from a disability focus. Shifting to the variability of our uniqueness of our neurology enables us to focus on how to leverage the variety of abilities to benefit individuals and society. This is what special education was intended to be, but is not.
6/28/2014 21:45:32Special educationhttp://www.thinkinclusive.usThink InclusiveTimVillegas@think_inclusiveLove Love Tim Villegas. As a parent of a child with special needs and as the Special Ed co-chair at our charter school, I'm all about this blog and following Tim on Twitter.
6/28/2014 22:17:33World languages education
6/28/2014 22:21:05World languages education SenseiColleenLee-Hayes@CoLeeSenseiVancouverBCCanada
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