2 Cents Worth


Blogger David does not enjoy how the nature of learning has been retarded by tradition. Old-fashioned ideas on curriculum and children prevent new methods and techniques from being more widespread, he feels. This blog focuses on how e-learning can provide a much-needed burst of modernization in the educational scene. David challenges textbooks and roots for tablets, and is not afraid to dare to discuss such topics as digital citizenship.

The Decline of a Great State
by David Warlick almost 5 years ago
Sir? Would You Mind Taking this Test?
by David Warlick almost 5 years ago

E-Learning Technology


Students can learn here how to harness the best of new learning technology to improve their habits. The e-learning boom's latest news often shows up here first.

Wallpaper Art


Wallpaper Art offers only the best designs for your desktop. The blog includes links to the original designer's web site for each wallpaper.

More Cool Wallpapers for Father’s Day
by admin about 3 years ago
Cool Father’s Day Wallpapers
by admin about 3 years ago

Free Wallpaper Christian


Anyone looking for a daily reminder of Christian thoughts, verses, and inspirations should visit this blog. The stunning wallpapers are searchable by Old and New Testament or by keyword.



"Technology, gadgets," whiz-gigs -- oh my! Anyone obsessed with the technological advancement scene will plaster their eyes to this site.



This blog is about education, society and technology. The author is an associate professor at National-Louis University in Chicago whose interests are in education and its role and influence on society.

What skills do teaching and corporate work have in common?
by Craig Cunningham over 2 years ago
What's an "envelope link"?
by Craig Cunningham about 3 years ago

Dangerously Irrelevant


A blog about technology in educational institutions, written by Scott Mcleod, a distinguished Associate Professor of Educational Administration at Iowa State University. Witty, entertaining and enlightening all perfectly describe this blog that is an excellent resource for educators.

BloomBoard collection: Rethinking AUPs
by dr.scott.mcleod@gmail.com (Scott McLeod) over 2 years ago
by dr.scott.mcleod@gmail.com (Scott McLeod) over 2 years ago

Debbie Ducic


On this page, "gutsy women overcome the fear of technology and internet marketing."

The Open Classroom


Australian educator Jo McLeay created this blog as a way to integrate teaching, learning and technology. A big believer in making the most of all the tools available, she encourages teachers worldwide to take advantage of the world wide web as a means of support, inspiration and innovation in the classroom. A great resource for lesson planning, projects and creative learning ideas.



UK author and education expert Doug Belshaw posts insights on improving outcomes, whether that be in or out of the classroom environment. More philosophical and theoretical than practical, Doug's advice is a great source of inspiration for encouraging others to become more productive. He is particularly keen on how education and technology affect and enhance productivity.

#BelshawBlackOps14 has started – see you in January!
by Doug Belshaw over 3 years ago
Curate or Be Curated: Why Our Information Environment is Crucial to a Flourishing Democracy, Civil Society [DMLcentral]
by Doug Belshaw over 3 years ago

Open Educator


An ardent advocate of public education, teacher Graham Wegner maintains a blog in support of classroom innovation and technology. Especially helpful for teachers is his link network, which connects visitors to teaching tips and fresh ideas for keeping classroom learning lively.

The Paradoxical Attraction Of Sports
by Graham over 3 years ago
The Paradoxical Attraction Of Sports
by Graham over 3 years ago

A Difference


This blog provides an international perspective on the high school experience and education in general. Both teachers and students will gain a new perspective and become invigorated to implement some of the thoughts flying around this blog in the classroom the next chance they get.

How Much Homework Is Enough?
by noreply@blogger.com (Darren Kuropatwa) over 3 years ago
Digital Citizenship Using Visual Metaphors
by noreply@blogger.com (Darren Kuropatwa) over 3 years ago

Cool Cat Teacher


Blogger Vicki here believes that teaching science is a noble choice in education. Her posts serve to honor and uplift fellow instructors with tips on how students learn best.

Teaching Hacks


Quentin D'Souza is a highly respected teacher and technology expert who has worked hard to encourage the use constructive use of information technology in the classroom and beyond. Incredibly well organized, Quentin's blog is a sophisticated resource and online water cooler for debate and discussion between interested educators everywhere.

Teachers Teaching Teachers


This weekly webcast addresses issues facing educators in the technology age and highlights success stories and innovation. An enormous range of topics is covered, from how nutrition affects the learning environment and student reediness, to creating community in schools. Developed by NYC educators Susan Etteman and Paul Allison, this blog evolved from a local Skype meetup between colleagues to an international resource for teachers around the world.

TTT#386 Celebrating Open Education Week 2014 w/ Karen Fasimpaur, Verena Roberts, Greg McVerry, Ian O’Bryne, Nate Otto 3.12.14
by Paul Allison over 4 years ago
TTT#378 A Case for Food Literacy w/ Joseph Franzen, Brent Peters, Lauren Goldberg, Devin Brown, Elfe Dona, Karen Fasimpaur 1.15.14
by Paul Allison over 4 years ago



Kevin Hurtmay just be starting his teaching career, but he still has a wealth of knowledge to share. Though his primary responsibility is teaching, he is also the go-to guy when it comes to technology and teacher development, and the football and baseball coach to boot. Kevin knows kids, and he knows that kids use technology. He shares that insight with parents and fellow educators in his blog.

Bud the Teacher


Bud Hunt is an instructional technologist for the St. Vrain Valley School District in northern Colorado and a very popular blogger with his colleagues around the world. Bud reads, writes, and worries about the future of teaching and learning on his thought-provoking blog. He also does his best to support and inspire others to embrace the wonders, and the challenges, of new media modalities in the classroom.

“Print” Sources in the 21st Century
by bud@budtheteacher.com (Bud Hunt bud@budtheteacher.com) over 2 years ago
Badges. #nwpleads Badges.
by bud@budtheteacher.com (Bud Hunt bud@budtheteacher.com) over 2 years ago

Moore on the Page


Steve Moore is a high school language arts teacher in Kansas City’s urban core. His blog reflects his love for education technology and offers resources for other teachers seeking to find new ways to use these tools in the classroom.

Around the Corner


Teaching veteran and techie Miguel Guhlin is on a mission to transform teaching and learning through the use of technology in the classroom. Forward thinking and tech savy, this blog is intended to help fellow educators, administrators and policy makers discover how to enable learners to communicate and collaborate with each other.

Securing Your Passwords: Chromebook
by noreply@blogger.com (Miguel Guhlin) over 3 years ago
MyNotes: 5 Social Media Tips for School District Communications
by noreply@blogger.com (Miguel Guhlin) over 3 years ago

Hooda Math Blog


Math teacher Michael Edlavitch is also a technology geek who uses games to teach math. His blog is full of flash games and worksheets that teachers can print out for use in the classroom. Kids love computer and video games, and now they'll love math!

by Hooda Math about 3 years ago
Don't worry we will continue to have a new Escape Game every week all summer lon...
by Hooda Math about 3 years ago

Langwitches Blog


With a special emphasis on incorporating technology in language arts lesson plans, the Langwitches Blog provides lesson plans and ways to work with various technologies. Silvia does not always detail exact lesson plans, but her nuanced exploration of technology can be inspiring to teachers who want to create their own technologically based lesson plans.

You Have 1 Second to Hook a Potential Reader
by Silvia Tolisano about 4 years ago
NASA’s Global Selfie Crowdsourced on Earth Day
by Silvia Tolisano about 4 years ago