Networked Teaching & Learning does not have a blogroll, but we do read our fair share of blogs. The following is a list of blogs you need to check out and add to your RSS reader…
Weblogg-ed is written by Will Richardson, one of the foremost experts in 21st Century teaching and learning.
eMINTS instructional specialist Brooke Higgins provides some great tips and hints in her blog, Higgins Help.
Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day (for Teaching ELL, ESL, and EFL) is one of the most comprehensive resource blogs for almost any topic. That and Larry updates his posts regularly.
For those looking for a higher level take on the real world applications of high school math, check out dy/dan. High school Math teacher Dan Meyer breaks down some real world applications of several mathematical ideas that’s above my head some days, but a great read anyway.
Teach Paperless, brainchild of Shelly Blake-Plock, carries on the discussion of how we can teach students while integrating technology and social networks without killing too many trees.
Of course, there are many more great blogs written by educators like you. What are some of your favorite blogs? What are you reading right now? Please share in the comments.
Zac Early is an instructional specialist with the eMINTS National Center.