Who's in your blogroll?

Reading Educational blogs can help us to keep current on education issues. Following are a few blogs that I have found helpful when trying to infuse 21st Century Skills into my classes.

2¢ Worth – Teaching & Learning in the new information landscape: David Warlick
Weblogg-ed – Learning with the Read/write Web: Will Richardson
Expanding the Boundaries of Learning: Alan November
Thinking Stick: Jeff Utecht
Practical Theory – A view from the classroom: Chris Lehman
Teach42 – Education and Technology Blog: Steve Dembo
Moving at the Speed of Creativity: Wesley Fryer
Newly Ancient – A 14 year old talks educational technology: Arthus

Other educational blogs that provide great teaching with technology ideas.

The Cool Cat Teacher Blog: Vicki Davis
Kaffeeklatsch: Kathy Schrock
Tech4Teachers – Technology Tools and Lesson Ideas for Teachers: Dennis Grice
A Chat with Mary . . .a blog for teachers: Mary Frazier
Bud the Teacher – Inquiry and reflection for better teaching: Bud Hunt
Media Matters: Hall Davidson
Digital Storytelling: Joe Brennan
The Fischbowl – A staff development blog for teachers exploring constructivism and 21st century learning skills: Karl Fisch
Cliotech – The musings of an educator and professed webinerd in a flattening world: Jennifer Dorman
James Hollis blogs about the Smart Board: James Hollis
The Infinite Thinking Machine – Ideas to help teachers and students thrive in the 21st Century: Steve Hargadon
Technology Integration made simple: Jennifer Gingrich

What blogs do you read?

Comments

  1. Rj Stangherlin

    Want to thank you for posting the resources and the blogroll idea as a reading guide. And thanks to Scott as well for his list. Great ideas. (Can you tell how far behind I am in my reading…)

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