Weekly Digest #19: Meet Other Edu-Bloggers
Last week in our digest, we blogged about blogging. The digest contained resources that we have found useful, and tips for blogging about education. One tip was to meet other edu-bloggers, and we linked to our Facebook group intended to create a community of edu-bloggers. We have two main goals for the group: (1) to keep up with each others’ blogs, and (2) to exchange opportunities for guest blogs. Here is a static list of the bloggers who have added their blogs so far.
(Note: these are in no particular order, so please scan until the end!)
"I write on a variety of topics at 2nd and 3rd level, but am most interested in EdTech, International Education, PBL Inclusion, and Ed Reform."
"I write a psychology blog that covers a lot of topics, including the psychology of learning. So, I want to know how students learn best and I want to tell everyone about it!"
"I blog on school governance issues."
"Josh Fisher is a Mathematics instructional designer, programmer, artist."
"My blog is a fairly random assortment of posts on various different educational and other things!"
"I'm an occasional blogger on education, but write a lot for local press and contribute to BBC, ITV and other media on education matters"
"A blog about history teaching and other matters."
"I blog on using comic books and graphic novels to engage students."
"I blog about education, family, and community."
Finding & sharing teaching 'bright spots'. This blog is managed by Shaun Allison, Deputy Head at Durrington High School, West Sussex, England, which is the lead school in the Durrington Multi Academy Trust.
"I work as an Assessment/Evaluation specialist with Lincoln Public Schools in beautiful Lincoln, NE. I'm a former high school psychology and philosophy teacher."
"In 2011, frustrated by the current state of education I began to blog. Since then I have expressed the constraints and irritations of ordinary teachers, detailed the successes and failures of my classroom and synthesised my 15 years of teaching experienced through the lens of education research and cognitive psychology."
"The A Total Ed Case blog will feature my takes on education practice and reform."
"Hi, my name is Andy McHugh. I’ve been a teacher for many years and this is my blog about Teaching and Learning, Leadership, EdTech and more. My aims are to inspire, amuse, provoke debate and educate!"
"A mix of maths resources and my often random thoughts on education."
A teacher's blog for reflecting and sharing.
"I am blogging as a way of reflecting, developing, and sharing my teaching and learning.
"I'm a psychology teacher, and I also conduct research into memory. I am doing a PhD in psych and edu."
"I’m a Gaelic Primary Teacher working in Argyll and Bute, and currently a Principal Teacher. I love being in the classroom and thinking up obscure and memorable ways to teach my pupils about the world. I’m all about the play."
"I teach AP Psychology in a high school and have been doing so for the last 12 years."
"I have been blogging for over 4 years in Dutch about youngsters, education, and popular culture. Lately, I have been giving more and more public speeches in English and I’ve noticed more and more non-dutch speaking people started to visit xyofeinstein.be. So, I’ve started this blog."
"I am a Teacher and a Deputy Headteacher. I am passionate about teaching and learning and trying to make a difference to the pupils I teach and the staff that I lead. I use my blog to & think out loud, to share my ideas and to collaborate with my peers. My views are my own and they are by no means perfect. However, I choose to put myself out there and contribute to a profession of passionate teachers just trying to do their best and weave their magic."
"Modern education needs to be based on problem solving, critical thinking and making connections. I hope my ramblings help other concept based teachers connect and develop a deeper understanding together."
"I blog about teaching middle school math and talking math with my kids."
"I started my blog as an attempt to understand the paradigm shift in education taking place in educational research - a shift I understand as moving away from intuition and towards evidence and science."
"Education is not simple or straightforward. It is more than just going to class and delivering or receiving material. Teachers have a lot of questions about learning, but limited time to find answers. I want to help. This blog is a forum to discuss teaching and learning."
Teaching Pundit / Undervisning Pundit by Mark Cringle
Ideas, thoughts, and opinions on teaching.
"My blog is on Mathematics teaching. I am particularly interested in how students learn."
"I love learning about learning, it’s the teacher nerd in me and I just can’t get enough! Constantly growing my teacher toolkit to enhance my classroom strategies, turn research studies into practical tools, engage my tudents minds and help them be successful using strategies tailored to their specific needs."
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