Wednesday, November 25, 2020

BookMarks

While today's educator is inundated with tweets, blog posts, and social media conversations, there's something to be said for the long-form nature of books...

Nerdy Book Club

If you use children's and young adult literature in your classroom, be sure to check out Nerdy Book Club, a new project from a...

Read the Best of the EduBlog Awards

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Looking for great new education blogs to read? Is your RSS feed growing stale? A great antidote to a tired online reading list is...

Things My Hipster Teacher Says

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If you need a break from dense policy blogs and lesson plan sharing sites, check out Things My Hipster Teacher Says, a blog from...

Excel for Educators

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The use of data to transform teaching and learning is one of the most frequently cited technological advances expected to transform education and increase...

Schools of Thought

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CNN's new education blog Schools of Thought does more than simply aggregate existing education stories and video from their website and television network, although...

The Quick and the Ed

If you're an education law junkie or simply an educator wondering how the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) will affect...

Crazy Teaching

Crazy Teaching is the blogging home of Terie Engelbrecht, who teaches high school science in Marengo, Ill. She also serves as the science division...

Sputnik—Advancing Education Through Innovation and Evidence

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Robert Slavin's new Education Week blog, Sputnik: Advancing Education Through Innovation and Evidence, focuses on research and innovation and their effect on education policy....

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