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The Savvy Technologist is a blog written by Tim Wilson, the director of technology for a school district in Buffalo, Minn. Wilson explains ed...

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Keeping up with the education positions of the many candidates vying to be the next U.S. president can be a chore. The innovative group...

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Nearly 250 years old, the venerable Encyclopaedia Britannica dusts itself off and charges into the blogosphere. Long known for its factual authority and cool-headed...

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EdBlog Watch: The Reflective Teacher

The Reflective Teacher is a blog that combines community, tips for practice, and a writer who's easy to relate to sharing compelling stories from...

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With the troubled state of today's newspapers and a tenuous, still-evolving model of online journalism, what is the role of the high school journalism...

EdBlog Watch: Guided by “Voices”

Talking shop with fellow teachers was a centerpiece of school life long before the Internet was even imagined. The Teacher Leaders Network (TLN) nurtures...

Carrie Brownstein Cues the Graduation Music

Yesterday, Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein waxed philosophical about why you might better remember lyrics from your childhood. From "Committed to Memory": I suppose the fact that...

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For all you elementary educators out there looking for new ways to improve your teaching skills, head over to Mark Pullen's The Elementary Educator....

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