Wednesday, January 20, 2021

EdBlog Watch: Insights on At-Risk Students

Teachers At Risk is a blog written by Canadian teacher Elona Hartjes, who works with at-risk students. Hartjes' posts weave personal experience, news,...

EdBlog Watch: Ed. Beat Author Takes Up Blogging

Award-winning journalist Joanne Jacobs is probably best known for her recent book Our School, in which she chronicles the progress of a predominantly Latin...

EdBlog Watch: Colorado’s No-Nonsense Pundit

Worried that U.S. schools are not preparing students to meet the challenges of tomorrow, former Colorado Governor Roy Romer is waging a campaign to...

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...

EdBlog Watch: When Leaders Talk

Although blogs by administrators are not uncommon, the new blog Leader Talk takes a unique approach to the medium. A project of the UCEA...

EdBlog Watch: 2 Cents Worth

Concentrating largely on technology and innovative approaches to education, David Warlick's 2 Cents Worth consistently provides sharp insight into teaching in the 21st century....

EdBlog Watch: Exploring Early Learning

"A child's first experience with school can mean everything," says Sophia Pappas, author of the blog, Inside Pre-K. As an early childhood educator in...

EdBlog Watch: A Meeting of Minds

It's no secret that blogs are excellent sources of education coverage with a strong point of view. But how many blogs provide a forum...

EdBlog Watch: Living in the Now

Learning.now, a PBS TeacherSource blog, "explores how new technology and Internet culture affect how educators teach and children learn." Written by Andy Carvin, the...

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