Wednesday, January 20, 2021

EdBlog Watch: Open Up Your Notebook

Not sure where to begin your exploration of education blogs? Edutopia's Spiral Notebook is a good place to start. By pulling together a talented...

EdBlog Watch: A Passion for Policy

Education policy is as complex as it is controversial. Jump into the thick of it by checking out a 2006 Weblog Awards Finalist: Education...

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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...

EdBlog Watch: Keeping Pace with Special Ed. Law

Understanding and keeping track of the many legal issues surrounding special education can be overwhelming for both teachers and district-level administrators. Chicago attorney Charles...

EdBlog Watch: Educators Blogging in the UK

If the UK education blogosphere is any indication, educators worldwide are all dealing with the universal challenge of incorporating emerging technologies like blogs and...

EdBlog Watch: NCLBlog

Looking to keep up with NCLB? Everyone's got an opinion on the controversial legislation, but the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) has created a...

EdBlog Watch: Cutting Ribbon, Cutting Edge

Chris Lehmann, principal of the new Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, which opened in September, is the author of the Practical Theory blog. Lehmann...

EdBlog Watch: Easy to Swallow Tablets

Educators are increasingly integrating new technologies to positive effect. A new survey, America's Digital Schools 2006, found that 87 percent of schools using 1:1...

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