Great Educational Blogs Stumbled Upon via Twitter

Collaboration is the key to success in education!

Given that I am a staunch believer in knowledge is meant to be shared and not hoarded, I thought our readers might like to read and learn from the following blogs.  Throughout these blogs, one can learn new and free technologies to utilize in the classroom, educational tips and ways to meet educators around the world…collaboration at its best!

Enjoy and please share your favorite educational blog 😉

Great educational blogs I have stumbled upon via Twitter this past week:

Tech Rev   ~Ideas and Discussions about Educational Technology in General and Judaic Studies

Top Ten Free Educational Technology Applications I Learned (More) About at #ISTE11

Paper.li ~An online newspaper full of educational information and various educational blogs

EducationRethink~ Vintage ISTE Tweets

FLYPAPER ~Ideas that stick from Fordham‘s Education Gadfly team

Education Week ~ A variety of  articles on education

May we seek knowledge in all things,

Denise

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Filed under Blogs that Inspire Us, Curriculum Resources, Educational Websites and Resources, Favorite Tweets of the Day, Recommended Learning Blogs

2 responses to “Great Educational Blogs Stumbled Upon via Twitter

  1. Here is a current collaborative project with Keith Primary School and the community of Keith in Morayshire collecting memories of the old school (c. 1864) before the move to a newly built one next month. Perhaps you would like to look at it. http://keithmemoryblog.wordpress.com/
    Read about it here.
    http://www.naace.co.uk/schools/keithblog

    Finding it is an unusual project which hasn’t been done before.

    Your thoughts are welcome.

    Claire

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