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K&M Classroom
http://kandmclassroom.blogspot.com
Creative teaching ideas, free worksheets, clip arts and more.
Iím Ana! I have 14 years experience as a teacher.
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Grumpy Dumpling
http://www.grumpydumpling.com/
This is a kindergarten blog with lots of activity ideas (sensory play, math, literacy, teaching English, songs and rhymes, etc.), printable resources for teachers and parenting ideas. I hope you'll stop by! :)
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Glitter In Third
http://glitterinthird3.blogspot.com/
A blog about my time as a teacher for gifted third-graders!
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Teachers Pondering [Blog]
http://teacherspondering.wordpress.com
An online Professional Learning Community for Teachers.
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400 things I learned to keep me motivated in the classroom.
http://whatteacherscanbe.blogspot.com/
Robert John Meehan's Most Popular Posts
"The most valuable resource that all teachers have is each other. Without collaboration our growth is limited to our own perspectives." Robert John Meehan
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Chalks and Coffee
http://chalksandcoffee.wordpress.com/
Chalks and Coffee provides teaching tips, classroom management strategies and lesson ideas to new teachers.
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The Cool Cat Teacher
http://www.coolcatteacher.com/
The Cool Cat Teacher
Hi, my name is Vicki Davis, full time teacher and IT Director at a small school in Camilla, Georgia. This is my personal blog. My mission is to help you be a better teacher.
Iím passionate about helping all teachers reach every student so I write a lot about teaching, staying motivated, and how to connect with other teachers. Being organized and using technology well is important all of us so youíll get quite a bit of that as well as the latest news & trends.
I follow the Blogger's Code of Ethics.
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International School Teachers Roundup!
http://bit.ly/1bsglnz
International School Teachers Roundup!
Old list of Blogs authored by International School Teachers .. but many still running.
There is a form to add yourself to the list ... if relevant.
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Shamblesguru's Live Twitter Stream
https://twitter.com/shamblesguru
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Blogs by Teachers at Prairie South School
http://staff.prairiesouth.ca/sites/
Blogs by Teachers at Prairie South School
This portal has been created to allow staff members an easy way to create and maintain a stylish website using modern dynamic web tools instead of traditional static content.
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Mrs. Wideen's Blog
http://www.mrswideen.com/
Mrs. Wideen's Blog
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Dean's Primary Display and Ideas
http://deansteachingideas.blogspot.co.uk/
I have been a Year One and Two teacher in London, UK for about 4 years now. These are some of the displays that I have done with my classes.
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Ms Lauren
http://laur1912.tumblr.com
I describe my life working with kids. I describe my experience doing various activities I did with my preschool class and their benefits. I also share personal stories and opinions.
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Pedagoo
http://www.pedagoo.org/
Pedagoo is a growing community of teachers collaboratively supporting, encouraging and sharing innovative and effective approaches to education. We aim to improve educational outcomes for our young people through positively and professionally sharing our practice.
If youíre involved in education, youíre more than welcome to join our community and share your thoughts and practice. Pedagoo.org has been set up as a collaborative blog allowing teachers to easily share with an established community.
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Teacher Support Force: Teaching Children Reading and Math
http://www.teacher-support-force.com
At Teacher Support Force veteran teacher Pat Jones, M.Ed., Ed.S. shares strategies and techniques for applying brain science in the classroom to support learning.
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El Blog de Espe
http://espemoreno.blogspot.com.es/
Educative blog for teaching English to kids.
With resources and tips for the English classroom. You can find classroom activities, games, videos, songs Ö
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Motivating Minds
http://motivatingmindsstocking.blogspot.com/
A resource of tips, tricks, and ideas to encourage and motivate the minds of our students
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Lesson Plans and Lollipops
http://lessonplansandlollipops.blogspot.com/
This is a place to share teaching ideas and resources. You will find classroom organization ideas as well.
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Love to Teach :)
http://lovetoteach123.blogspot.com/
A blog written by a third grade teacher full of resources, projects, and information for elementary teachers :)
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Running Forward in 4th Grade
http://5kteacher.blogspot.com
A blog about the crazy fun world of fourth grade
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Peace, Love & Pencils
http://mskristytk.blogspot.com/
What in the world is TK?! Terrific Kids?
Well, yes, but actually TK stands for Transitional Kindergarten. All of my students are 5 years old and they have all been through a 4 year old Pre-K program. With the NC law 3 years ago they would have be able to enter public kindergarten. However in 2009, NC made a change to the birthday cut off which left over 13,000 students having to wait another year to start Kindergarten. Schools had to adjust their curriculum or add a whole new class...welcome to Transitional Kindergarten!
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Smith 5th Grade Blog 2012
http://smith5thgradeblog.wordpress.com/
Our 5th grade classroom blog is a great place for math, technology and cultural project ideas.
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Terri's Teaching Treasures
http://terristeachingtreasures.blogspot.com
A treasure-filled blog where I share tips, strategies, and anything else I come across related to teaching and children.
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Kids Read
http://kidsread.wordpress.com
Language Arts Lesson Plans, primary mathematics, book reviews, thoughts on learning, and more.
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Yearn to Learn
http://yearn4learning.blogspot.com/
A teaching and learning site used to build collaboration among teachers in elementary education
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Merediths Bound for Brasilia
http://meredithinbrasilia.blogspot.com
American high school English teacher teaching at an international, bilingual school in Brazil's capital.
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Pondering Pedagogy
http://www.ponderingpedagogy.blogspot.com
An Instructional Coach chronicles her journey back into the classroom after 11 years.
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Teaching Blog Addict
http://www.teachingblogaddict.com/
We are a community of 100 teachers, home educators, parents, and tutors. We love teaching and want our children to love learning.
This site provides bloggers and readers direct access to the most incredible teaching blogs.
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Teacher ish
http://www.beingteacherish.blogspot.com
One teachers funny experiences in the classroom. She gives ideas, rants and expresses the joys in teaching.
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Patties Classroom : First Grade Teacher
http://pattiesclassroom.blogspot.com
Classroom pictures, activities and learning in a first grade classroom in Utah, USA
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Favorite teacher blogs
http://robertjohnmeehan.blogspot.com/
Award winning teacher author
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Pam's Creative Classroom
http://www.pamscreativeclassroom.com
Pam's Creative Classroom
Primary/ECE teacher shares ideas, songs and stories
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Best Teacher Edublogs 2010
http://edublogawards.com/2010awards/best-teacher-edublog-2010/
Best Teacher Edublogs 2010
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Eh? What? Huh?
http://www.ehwhathuh.com
A hard of hearing itinerant teacher writes about education and life with a hearing loss.
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Sra. Huff EduBlog
http://srahuff.wordpress.com/
A Spanish teacher uses a blog to reflect on technology in the classroom and different technology based research methods.
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Books4Learning
http://books4learning.blogspot.com/
Highlighting great children's literature and lesson/teaching ideas to use with them. General book reviews for children through YA fiction are also included.
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STAR Blogs (Teachers at Discovery Educator Network)
http://blog.discoveryeducation.com/directory-of-stars/
STAR Blogs (Teachers at Discovery Educator Network)
Here you will find the comprehensive list of all the blogs hosted by the DEN Blog Network, in order based on when they were last updated.
In the sidebars of this blog, you will also find links to recent posts by the Leadership Councils, recent posts by the Discoveryís DEN Team, and recent posts by STARs around the world!
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Mr. Centers Wall
http://mrcenterswall.blogspot.com
Blog dedicated exclusively to reading and discussing fine literature, using guided reading questions, cross-textual referencing, and podcasts.
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Education Factoration
http://edfact.blogspot.com
Education Factoration
A blog about a students journey to 'teacher hood'.
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Pegs Plans
http://pegsplans.blogspot.com
Pegs Plans : Lesson plans for language, math, science and homework for grades 4 -6. Also team building activities for the first week of school (or anytime)
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Elementary, My Dear Teachers
http://elementarymydearteachers.blogspot.com/
Elementary, My Dear Teachers
The realistic life of a teacher in an American elementary school classroom.
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Teaching Writing
http://tamingtheoctopus-themanyarmsofwriting.blogspot.com
I teach writing to 3rd-12th graders, one-on-one, and I have also taught school and coached teachers in teaching reading and writing. These are my insights and teaching tips.
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Msdlbennett's Blog
http://msdlbennett.wordpress.com/
Msdlbennett's Blog
Let's discuss what we are reading. Creating community of readers of all ages.
I am what I have read . . . and I'm blogging all that I read.
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Teacherlinx Blog
http://teacherlinx.blogspot.com/
Teacher interviews
.. plus social network for teachers. www.teacherlinx.com
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For the Love of Teaching
http://dianedahl.blogspot.com
I love being a teacher! Finding new ways to improve student learning and incorporating technology into the classroom are two of my favorite subjects.
My Masters is in Brain Based Instruction with an emphasis on reading and literacy.
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The Learning Heart
http://www.betsy-grant.blogspot.com
A blog for all thoe who love to learn
Betsy Grant is a dedicated composer and recording artist of her own original piano works.
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On the cutting edge of something great-i hope
http://phillyteacher.wordpress.com
A blog about an underperforming high school on the cutting edge of becoming something great in Philadelphia PA
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Memoirs of a First Year Teacher
http://hystrygirlteacher.wordpress.com
My thoughts and experiences as a first year teacher and life long student.
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The Underground Teacher
http://undergroundteacher.blogspot.com/
A variety of things your child's teacher won't tell you: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Some folks need to take the advice, and some folks need to feel better knowing they are doing the right thing.
The Underground Teacher is not about complaining, but is all about sharing the public school experiences through one teacher's perspective.
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Children's books for ELL instruction
http://booksforellkids.blogspot.com/
A place where ELL elementary teachers to get ideas about children's books that work great with ELL students.
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