Wednesday, August 08, 2007

13 New Education Blogs I've Added to the Blogroll

With the school starting I thought it was time to add to the eduction blogroll, and I thought I would share my new additions since parents should really tune in to teacher blogs to get an idea concerning what is really going on in education.

Here are 14 (I just couldn’t stop at 13) education blogs to visit, and I have plenty more in the sidebar under “history” and “education.”

I could've given a description for each one, but part of the fun is to click through and enjoy exploring these new places on your own.

1. A Swiftly Tilting Planet

2. A Teacher's Education

3. A Tense Teacher

4. Aimless Miss

5. So You Want to Teach?

6. Jose Vilson

7. Dr. Homeslice

8. Parentalcation

9. School of Blog

10. Casting Out Nines

11. Just a Substitute Teacher Blog

12. Educator on the Edge

13. Mrs. B-G's English Blog

14. The Doc Is In

Do you "thirteen" on Thursdays? If not you can join up or link to others who do HERE.

25 comments:

DrPezz said...

Thank you for link!

amy said...

fun! going to check them out now!

Chelle Y. said...
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Chelle Y. said...

I wish I had all that information when I was a teacher.

www.chelleyoung.com

Joely Sue Burkhart said...

Thanks so much for these links! Happy TT!

atomicgirl said...

now that list is nice. happy thursday.

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

I've spent the summer learning ALL about Pennsylvania's laws concerning educating gifted kids, and I know there's way more to learn. I'll definitely be checking these folk out, as well as others in your blogroll.

Happy start-of-the-year!

EHT said...

Happy Thursday! Thanks for visiting....

Sue said...

Great way to give props to these sites! As a parent I agree with you wholeheartedly that parents should spend some time getting the perspective of the teachers. Happy TT! :)

Comedy + said...

I wonder how many of the parents spend any time on this? Have a great TT. :)

MamaLee said...

Great links. I used to be a high school teacher (before I became a sahm).

happy TT!

EHT said...

I'm so glad so many of you agree with me. Most parents only hear from the media, from the legislators and other politicians, and groups with an agenda.

One of the best things a parent can do today is to read education blogs. You'll discover wonderful things are going on, but you will also see many of the negative effect that heavy legislation brings to the interaction between teacher and student. You will also discover that many of the problems in education are not regional in scope, but cover the nation.

If you are a parent make an effort this year to visit two, three, or more eductator blogs and make them a regular read.

pussreboots said...

I'll have to check out these links later. Thanks and happy TT!

Jose said...

I appreciate the love. Really I do. Thanks. Have a good one.

damozel said...

A great list of links...it's such an important job (and such an important subject). I find myself wishing I'd paid more attention to my world history courses in high school because they turned out to matter a lot in my work (must admit, I enjoyed my American history courses).

You might enjoy our T13, which is a list of American political scandals, including the Aaron Burr case, teapot dome, and others...

Clubbs said...

Back to work for me next week, too!

I'm bookmarking this to check these out later.

Click here for my blog

Alasandra said...

Thank you for the new links.

dawn said...

Good idea for TT. I visit Tense Teacher regularly. I will have to check some of the others.

JK said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you! Of course my boys aren't too happy I've spent the entire morning reading your site and links, again, rather than feed them, but sometimes education is more important than Cheerios....

Deb - Mom of 3 Girls said...

Ooh, great list - I'll have to check them all out! :)

Marina said...

These look like good links... I'll peruse them and see what will translate to homeschooling.

Happy TT!

http://texasfarmwife.blogspot.com/2007/08/thursday-13-2-13-things-i-have-learned.html

Mr. B-G said...

Thanks for the add. I shall do the same!

Frumteacher said...

Thanks for the list, it's nice to have a new list of edubloggers at the onset of a new year!

Robert said...

Thanks a lot for the link! I appreciate it.

Brian B said...

I appreciate the link!

Brian B.
A Swiftly Tilting Planet
www.edtecher.com