Cool Cat Teacher

With blogging websites designed specifically to host educational blogs now boasting tens of thousands of accounts, the web is full of e-learning blogs, written by teachers, students and education companies. Here are some of the best…

Blogs for Teachers

 

Cool Cat Teacher

For Inspiration:

Cool Cat Teacher

As a Twitter edtech leader, many will already be familiar with this educator through her handle @CoolCatTeacher. Visit her blog for advice, strength and solidarity, with unique insights into the ups and downs of life as a teacher!

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The Tech Savvy Educator

For Integrating Technology in the Classroom:

The Tech Savvy Educator

Full of high-tech tips for using specific programs and tools to bring your classroom to life, from digital storytelling to fun and innovative ideas like “Math Rap Battle Royale”!

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Teachers Teaching Teachers

For Shared Wisdom:

Teachers Teaching Teachers

This weekly webcast includes shared wisdom and tried-and-tested techniques from a broad range of educators, as well as discussion and debate on current edtech initiatives and events.

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Elearnspace

For Education Theory:

Elearnspace

Taking on the hot topics of edtech progress and innovation, this blog is a must-read for tech-savvy teachers interested in staying on top of the theory behind educational advances. Recent topics tackled include “Responding to the Fragmentation of Higher Education” and “Negating the Learner in the Learning Process”.

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This Week in Education

For Education News:

This Week in Education

Best for US-based educators, this regular blog updates readers on the top education stories of the week.

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Digital Writing, Digital Teaching

For Writing Tips:

Digital Writing, Digital Teaching

This powerful blog focuses specifically on tips for teachers supporting students in improving their writing. It focuses particularly on the challenges and opportunities of using new media and edtech techniques to teach writing skills.

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Ideas and Thoughts

For Resources:

Ideas and Thoughts

Full of varied resources and ideas, this great blog includes lots of helpful posts for teachers across a variety of media – from tips on using Evernote as an assessment tool to useful bookmarks and websites.

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What are your favourite blogs for teachers and educators? Add you comment and share them below!

 

27 Comments

  1. Thanks for the “shout out” from all the way across the Atlantic, Laura! What’s happening with education and technology in the U.K. always gives me a sense of awe in how much farther down the path of ICT and integration that we are in the United States. Recent political developments in regards to education aside, I still think there’s a lot that U.S. educators could learn from our UK counterparts.

    1. Hi Ben, no problem at all – thanks for the brilliant blog! That’s interesting – sometimes from over here it feels like our colleagues in the US are far more tech-savvy as a rule than we are in the UK! I guess we all have something to learn from one another! Brilliant to see blogs like these giving educators the chance to support and learn from one another – I always think that’s one of the most admirable thing about the edtech community online – it’s so incredibly welcoming and supportive!

  2. Thank you so much for including me on the list! I had a friend on Twitter let me know. Nice links and blogs – you have some great ones here. I long to be inspiring, so that was such a kind word to use — how could you know. Thank you for being insipiring yourself. You’ve done a great layout on this blog and have some tweaks I’d like to figure out myself!

    1. Vicki! So pleased to have your comment and really appreciate the kind words. Would be more than happy to share how we have ‘tweaked’ the site, so don’t hesitate to get in touch. Thanks again for the comment and look forward to reading more inspirational posts from you in the future!

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