Back to School: 7 Teacher Blogs to Follow and Learn From
By Julie Ross Godar on August 04, 2014
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Back to School time is here … already. While you're getting prepared, take a minute to celebrate the K-12 teachers and educators by following these blogs.
Kelly Wickham was a panelist on the BlogHer '14 closing keynote about race, gender and the Internet and a Voices of the Year honoree in 2013. She blogs about all sorts of things, including her job as an assistant principal at a technology magnet school. If you're not familiar, start with her thought-provoking Intersections at Work: Race and Gender.
This funny and wise anonymous blog tells the story of teaching middle school English in a large city school, with everything from useful tips (5 Motivational Posters You Can Make for Your Home or Classroom, All While Consuming Hours of Your Favorite Guilty Pleasure TV Show Whose Name You’re Too Ashamed to Admit) to new teacher advice ("go ahead and put that Keurig in your classroom now. You'll need it.").
- Follow Love, Teach on Facebook
- Follow Love, Teach on Pinterest
- Follow Love, Teach on Twitter (Note: She is "bad at Twitter.")
Jennifer Wolfe blogs about her family, striving toward her "best life," and why being a middle school teacher is her dream job—even after 24 years. Wow.
Ileana Jiménez is a New York high school teacher and recipient of the Distinguished Fulbright Award in Teaching. At Feminist Teacher, she writes about social justice in the classroom, teaching diversity and making schools safe, and bringing feminist theory from higher education to K-12 schools.
TEACHING SAM AND SCOUT
- Follow Teaching Sam and Scout on BlogHer
- Follow Teaching Sam and Scout on Twitter
- Follow Teaching Sam and Scout on Facebook
WE ARE TEACHERS
This huge site is way more than just a blog (in fact, it hosts several very good blogs)—it's really an all-in-one resource for any teacher, with blogs, news, printables, lessons, grant and contest opportunities, special reports, and pretty much anything else you can think of. If you're a teacher, you probably already follow We Are Teachers.
- Follow We Are Teachers on Facebook
- Follow We Are Teachers on Twitter
- Follow We Are Teachers on Pinterest
Do you blog about being a teacher, or do you follow an excellent teacher blog? Share in the comments.
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