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Christine Southard's Blogspot

http://christinesouthard.blogspot.com/

Christine is a 5th grade teacher who blogs about the resources, webinars, conferences, tech tools, and online resources she finds helpful. This is a great blog to turn to when you need a comprehensive compilation of helpful teaching tools.


Education on the Plate

http://educationontheplate.wordpress.com/

Deven Black started teaching at age 50, after a host of other careers. He believes that this career choice is the most difficult and the lowest paying, but also by far the most rewarding. He writes about his students, education reform, politics, and much more here.

What a Way to End one Year and Start a New One
by Deven Black over 3 years ago
Broken neck? Let’s collaborate!
by Deven Black over 3 years ago

TeAch-nology.com

http://www.teach-nology.com/

This blog focuses on the art and science of teaching with technology. It is a storehouse for free, featuring more than 43,000 lesson plans, 9,300 printable worksheets, teaching tips, web quests, and worksheet makers. The forum is a great place for teachers to gather and discuss resources or teaching tips.


Integrating Tech

http://thespian70.blogspot.com/

Scott Snyder's obsessed with turning his high school English class into a true 21st century classroom. He integrates the latest technologies into his teaching methods, especially concentrating on texting, tweeting, Skype, and chat rooms. Our guess is that the class doesn't mind at all.


High School Bits

http://blogs.bedfordstmartins.com/highschoolbits/

This blog is authored by expert educators as a valued resource for English teachers. Teachers can expand their knowledge and improve their teaching with the educational posts featured here.


Literacy Connections

http://www.literacyconnections.com/blog

Literacy Connections is written by teachers who focus most on helping young readers develop and grow through innovative teaching projects. Posts such as Choosing Books for Preschoolers and Conquering the Chapter Book help teachers formulate effective reading and writing curriculums.


The Threads of Reading

http://www.threadsofreading.com/blog/

Aimed at K-12 reading and writing teachers, The Threads of Reading is written by a published author in the field of literacy teaching. Her posts are both informative and editorial, and she also includes excellent resources for literacy teachers.


Picture This! Teaching with Picture Books

http://teachingwithpicturebooks.wordpress.com/

Picture This! Teaching with Picture Books is one of the few education blogs dedicated exclusively to using children's picture books to promote literacy. In addition to offering curriculum and concept ideas, the blogger also regularly reviews various children's books and gives advice on how to use them in the classroom.

Feathers: Not Just for Flying by Melissa Sweet
by Links to Literacy over 1 year ago
Frankencrayon by Michael Hall
by Links to Literacy over 1 year ago

The Reading Workshop

http://www.thereadingworkshop.com/

The Reading Workshop explains different approaches to the teaching of writing, but specifically advocates for a community reading approach. His posts also explore issues of testing and grading in his regularly updated posts.

Success Post
by Mr. McGuire over 3 years ago
Do You Connect the Dots?
by Mr. McGuire over 3 years ago

Mrs. A's Reading Room

http://www.mrsalex.com/

In addition to blog posts detailing the blogger's own reading experience, Mrs. A's blog provides links to various reading resources. Not only does she advise teachers, she offers a section geared toward helping parents encourage their children's literacy growth.

Challenge yourself!
about 3 years ago
Back to the Good Old Days!
over 3 years ago

Teach Paperless

http://teachpaperless.blogspot.com/

Due to recent attention on school budget constraints, as well as on maintaining a healthy environment, using as little paper as possible is essential to good teaching methods. Teach Paperless is written by a number of eco-conscious teachers who encourage the use of technology and creativity to teach effectively without depending too much on paper.

I'm Blogging Again
by noreply@blogger.com (Shelly Blake-Plock) over 3 years ago


The Teacher's Corner

http://www.theteacherscorner.net/

Here's a site offering a lot of free quality materials to benefit teachers. Lesson plans, seasonal ideas, bulletin boards, a teacher forum, and the "Book Nook" featuring time-tested children's book reviews and recommendations.


Grovo

http://blog.grovo.com/

This site focuses on education and training using online tools. Teachers who are a little "technologically challenged" will appreciate the step by step videos that make learning the use of technologies simple.

The Secret to Building Successful Strategies
by Sarah Lybrand over 1 year ago
6 Things I Learned At Saastr 2016
by Matéo Askaripour over 1 year ago

Worksheet Library

http://www.worksheetlibrary.com/

Here teachers can print worksheets for every grade and subject. They make teaching and planning easier for the teacher and learning more fun for the students! Users do have to pay a membership fee to access the complete collection, but nearly 1000 printables are totally 100% free.


Elementary Teacher Resources Blog

http://www.elementary-teacher-resources.com/elementary-teacher-resources-blog.html

There are some helpful teaching tools and other lesson and planning resources available here for elementary teachers. However, this is mostly a platform for teachers to share, ask, and relate with one another.

ReflEdChat
over 3 years ago
First Grade Daily Math Journals
over 3 years ago

Some School Games

http://www.someschoolgames.com/

Learning shouldn't be all hard work! Have a little fun with your class and they'll learn better for it. This site features a growing list of fun and education learning games.

School Bus License 3
by Some School Games over 3 years ago
School Bus License 2
by Some School Games over 3 years ago

Music Teacher's Helper Blog

http://www.musicteachershelper.com/blog/

Music teachers often "go it alone" without the support that other teachers can easily find. But here's a site to help keep them on their game and provide fresh inspiration. The site has a wide variety of content; posts cover everything from comparing music notation programs to using technology or performing. Many teachers blog on this site, which contributes to its diversity.

Music Teacher’s Helper Users Helped Over 5,000 Students!
by Andrew almost 3 years ago
Keys To Syncopated Strumming
by Pat Shelby almost 3 years ago

FREE Printables for Teachers

http://www.resources-teachers.com/

Many educational organizations are struggling financially. A site like this one gives teachers access to materials that can help increase the quality of their teaching without requiring additional financial resources.


Lesson Plans for Teachers

http://www.lessonplans.ws/

This is the Internet's #1 resource for lesson plans. Teachers can get plans by grade or read helpful articles on developing plans of their own and recognizing the importance of planning lessons.


Teaching High School Psychology

http://teachinghighschoolpsychology.blogspot.com/

Teaching High School Psychology does a great job of describing the challenges of high school education. The blog is a resource for teachers of high school psychology, and features multiple posters, as well as interesting links and posts focusing on a variety of related topics, such as challenges young students face and the anatomy of the human brain.

My Damn Mind
by Rob McEntarffer over 1 year ago
Warm Fuzzies from Dr. Gurel
by Amy Ramponi over 1 year ago

Substitute Survival

http://subsurvival.wordpress.com

In the words of the blogger Miss Miller, "this blog is dedicated to equipping, inspiring, and encouraging substitute teachers in their daily adventures! Often overlooked, substitute teachers play an important role in the educational world. Their daily influence is one that must be supported & uplifted." She includes a wealth of resources, games, lesson plans, and other helpful tips, all written in a fun and youthful voice.


A Relief Teacher's Journey

http://areliefteachersjourney.blogspot.com/

The blog's tagline says it all: Michael is an "Australian teacher blogging about my professional growth and development of global connections through the use of Web 2.0 tools." This blog is great to see what it's like to substitute teach abroad, and what the first few years of teaching are like. His small triumphs and little stories of interactions with students make this blog a read that will leave you smiling.

Facing the Challenges of the new Digital Technologies Curriculum
by Michael Graffin over 1 year ago
Looking back on a year with @adobevoice (#ionapsict)
by Michael Graffin over 1 year ago

Asher of All Trades

http://asherofalltrades.blogspot.com/

Asher's tagline wraps this blog up nicely: "Substitute teaching, returning to school & becoming a teacher... from the perspective of an opinionated wandering artist." If this description fits you too, then this blog is a worthwhile read for you.

Weathering the Storm
by askthehomediva over 1 year ago
Dropping SAT scores, Bubble Maps & Irony
by askthehomediva about 2 years ago

Mysterious Teaching: Insights Behind the Perils of Being a Teacher

http://teacherlingo.com:80/blogs/lsturr/default.aspx

The drama, the activities gone haywire, the summer vacations, last day of school, inappropriate students, testing, professional dress.... this blogger's got it all covered. Read here for an in-the-trenches look at being a substitute teacher.