Blogs sobre educación dirigidos a profesores y creadores de contenidos educativos.
ACOMPAÑAMIENTO PEDAGÓGICO Y DIDÁCTICO TIC
Consultoría educativa con enfoque pertinente, práctico, disruptivo e inspirador.
Scientix promotes and supports a Europe-wide collaboration among STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) teachers, education researchers, policymakers and other STEM education professionals.
ESCUELA DE EXPERIENCIAS
Inspiración para educadores del siglo XXI.
QUÉ ES UN ESCAPE ROOM Y CÓMO INTEGRARLO EN EL AULA
Es un concepto muy actual en la educación, basado en el desarrollo de las habilidades mentales para la solución de enigmas y problemas de manera que los niños pongan en juego la creatividad y el pensamiento crítico. Provienen inicialmente de los juegos de aventuras o Real Scape Game creados en Japón en el año 2007. Posteriormente, se difundieron por todo el mundo de manera vertiginosa y en el año 2015 ya eran conocidos en todo el mundo.
El inicio de este colectivo docente internacional: “INNOVAGOGÍA” de carácter multidisciplinar se remonta desde noviembre de 2011, en una conversación de un Seminario de Innovación docente 2.0, cuando gracias a las ideas de diferentes educadores y educadoras fuimos convirtiendo un sueño educativo en una realidad teórico práctica. Hoy, lo que inicialmente comienza como una idea de publicaciones, experiencias educativas, creaciones de eventos científicos y reflexiones pedagógico-didácticas en el ámbito del desarrollo sostenible socio-educativo quiere ser un marco de referencia para la innovación e investigación tecno-socio-educativa.
Contenidos de actualidad, noticias sobre educación, recursos TIC, experiencias educativas, entrevistas, en familia, ser maestro, infografías y firmas invitadas.
¿Qué tipo de profesor eres en relación a las TIC?
¿Qué piensas sobre las TIC?¿Forman parte de la educación del presente, o constituyen un engorro a la hora de realizar tu labor educativa? ¿Las utilizas, las temes, las ignoras? ¿Colaboras e intentas formarte en el uso de las TIC?
AvatarGeneration is an educational technology news and resource website. We set up AvatarGeneration to bring together interesting educational technology resources on the web. We believe that it is important that educators are kept up to speed with the fast-paced world of educational technology. With so many new apps, virtual worlds and online teaching tools, it can be difficult to keep track.
Patricia J. Brown is a 13-year education veteran with an eye for engaging classroom technology. The technology integration coach for Missouri’s Ladue School District in St. Louis shares classroom-friendly apps, websites and more on her blog.
JUST KEY NOTE
Web para docentes con diversos recursos para el aula descargables y gratuitos: artículos, experiencias, tutoriales, trucos, etc.
HOW TO BECOME A TEACHER WITH A BACHELOR’S DEGREE
Most teachers need to earn a bachelor’s degree and obtain state certification to teach. Here we discuss how to be a teacher, including how to get a teaching certificate if you already have a bachelor’s degree in a subject besides education.
TEACHING BLOG ADDICT
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ScratchEd is an online community where Scratch educators: share stories, exchange resources, ask questions and find people.
TEACHER GEEK IS CHICK
Better teaching through Technology.
Born from the belief that no one knows teaching like teachers, Teacher2Teacher is a growing community where you can connect to share resources, learn from one another, and solve the big problems that no one can solve alone. Join us and help shape the conversation.
ECET2 stands for Elevating and Celebrating Effective Teaching and Teachers. It was born out of a desire to provide a forum for exceptional teachers to learn from one another and to celebrate the teaching profession.
TeachersFirst is an online community for teachers by teachers. With thousands of lessons, units, and reviewed web resources for K-12 classroom teachers, our website is designed to enrich teaching and learning for both teachers and their students.
TeacherCents is a community of K-12 educators sharing best practices and ideas about financial matters both personal and in the classroom. We hope that you find these resources useful and welcome your participation through blog comments, submitted articles and sponsorship opportunities.
TeacherPortal is dedicated to supporting current teachers and creating the next generation of educators. We’ve found the online and offline resources and pulled together our own information and data about the teaching profession to help you in your education career.
TALKS WITH TEACHERS
Inspiring ideas for better teaching:
I’m Brian Sztabnik, a high school English teacher from Long Island. When I startedTalks with Teachers I wanted to do two things:
1. Offer the most inspiring ideas from the best teachers in America.
2. Help teachers get better at what they do.
A place for teachers to help other teachers.
Welcome to The 21st Century Teacher! — Since 2011 we have provided a place for you to share your thoughts on education today.
COOL CAT TEACHER
A real teacher helping you be really amazing.
The #1 safe educational video community for teachers, students and parents. After beta testing for almost two months, TeacherTube officially launched on March 6, 2007. Our goal is to provide an online community for sharing instructional videos. We seek to fill a need for a more educationally focused, safe venue for teachers, schools, and home learners. It is a site to provide anytime, anywhere professional development with teachers teaching teachers. As well, it is a site where teachers can post videos designed for students to view in order to learn a concept or skill.
At Teachers.Net, we recognize that education is a fundamental factor in an individual’s prosperity, happiness, contribution to society, and impact on the future. Teachers.Net recognizes the vital role teachers play in education and the betterment of our culture. We also appreciate that teachers are rarely recognized or compensated adequately for their contribution and dedication.
In support of the calling, Teachers.Net was founded on four principles:
- To allow our teacher-users to contribute the content and direct site development
- To utilize the Internet to harness the collective intellect and wisdom of the worldwide teaching community
- To minimize costs to the greatest extent possible through automation, and
- To never charge teachers for using our resources
THE NERDY TEACHER
Blog about educational ed-tech.
Blog by Alice Keeker, education expert.
Mike Waltney is a school leader, teacher, writer, and educational consultant.
We provide a digital learning hub for educators everywhere to learn and discuss how, where and why integration WORKS.
FREE TEACHER WORKSHOPS AND CLASSES
We believe that all teachers are entitled to the best PD possible for Arts Integration and STEAM. Now, you can log PD hours from home with our FREE online learning opportunities.
The STEAMPortal from EducationCloset is a digital platform that supports K-12 classroom and arts teachers in learning how and why using STEAM education can transform their teaching.
WHAT IS STEAM?
The STEM to STEAM movement has been taking root over the past several years and is surging forward as a positive mode of action to truly meet the needs of a 21st century economy.
The key things that make this blog helpful, I believe, are that it:
- Orients its suggestions towards practical tips
- Gives examples of how you can apply the content
- Uses acronyms and other memory aids so its tips are easier to recall
- Provides useful links to other public-speaking blogs and free courses.
THE STATE OF TECH
The State of Tech is a bi-weekly podcast covering educational technology. The show is designed for anyone in education (from teachers to principals to technology directors) wanting to explore how technology can be used to improve teaching and learning.
My name is Vanessa Bianchi and I am an educator for the York Region District School Board, currently serving as a Grade 5 Homeroom Teacher. Through various leadership opportunities, workshops, conferences and collaborative efforts with colleagues, I have gained an interest in building positive and collaborative climates within the school environment. This collaboration allows for the design of intriguing spaces for students and teachers to learn, as well as constructing curricular expectations around student-interest and passions, allowing for a dynamic educational experience.
We believe technology can empower classroom teachers to offer more personalized instruction, and accelerate the potential of individual students to become more active, engaged learners.
Cool Stuff for Nerdy Teachers.
A group of education leaders founded the non-profit Great Minds in 2007 to define and encourage content-rich comprehensive education for all American schoolchildren. In pursuit of that mission, Great Minds brings schoolteachers together in collaboration with scholars to craft exemplary instructional materials and share them with the field.
Created by teachers, for teachers, Promethean Planet is a unique teaching, sharing and support community—your place to connect, create, and change the classroom!
Early Learners Alive!
The blog for early-ed teachers who love technology.
This blog was created with a vision for teachers to collaborate, share ideas and demonstrate real ways technology is being used in the classroom.
TEACHING AND DEVELOPING ONLINE
Blog Author: Darren Cannell: The Teaching and Developing Online Blog has been online since 2003 and has been a location for both online teachers and face to face teachers to follow the treads of the day.
This blog will focus on the teaching of High School online. There are many approaches to online education and we are here to share them. The tint of the cyber glasses are a result of working at the Saskatoon Catholic Cyber School.
A blog about Education by Peter Pappas: I am proud of my life-long career in public education – especially the 25 years I spent as a teacher. For nearly 30 years, I have worked with school districts, state DOEs, leading educational organizations and companies to improve the quality of teaching and learning. I provide training and consulting services across the United States and internationally. I’m exploring the instructional power of interactive texts and helping to foster the next generation of teachers as adjunct faculty at School of Education, University of Portland.
Inspired by a course based on ‘Making Thinking Visible’, a group of teachers decided to use Twitter to share their journey towards a ‘culture of thinking’. An online chat was created to facilitate this using #cotchat to bring educators together and share stories of how visible thinking routines were used in their classroom.
CORE EDUCATION BLOG
The CORE blog is where staff are able to offer:
- intelligent, thought-provoking, and inspiring commentary on things happening in the world of education
- useful and practical reviews on technologies, software, web sites, systems, life-hacks, and anything that improves the life and work of the educator
- insight into emerging technologies that affect, or will affect education, and you! CORE’s Ten Trends will obviously feature here regularly.
- updates and up-to-the-minute findings and happenings in educational research
- interviews with thought leaders and those who influence education here in New Zealand and around the world
- inspirational stories of people in schools, education centres and organisations—a teacher, administrator, principal, or pupil—whoever has made some kind of impact and assisted others in their attitudes to learning.
Staffrm is the new professional network for educators passionate about their work. A vibrant and friendly community where you can connect with the teachers who inspire you around the things that you’re interested in.
MOOVING AT THE SPEED OF CREATIVITY
Moving at the Speed of Creativity is Wesley Fryer‘s blog. He uses this site to digitally document his own journey of learning and collaborate with other educators and lifelong learners around the globe. He focuses primarily creative uses of multimedia to help students “show what they know with media,” digital literacy, digital storytelling, digital portfolios, blended learning educational leadership, digital creativity, and digital citizenship.
CLASS TECH TIPS
As a classroom teacher Monica Burns have used technology with my students to align instruction to the Common Core State Standards. In her current role as an independent education consultant, she works with teachers to make technology integration exciting and accessible at all grade levels.
INNOVATE MY SCHOOL
Innovate My School is a community-driven website that keeps teachers informed about the latest ideas and trends in education. From exciting new products and services to alternative teaching and learning practices, Innovate My School empowers teachers to think beyond traditional boundaries, lead proactively and, most importantly, feel inspired.
The World’s most popular education blogging service: Easy blogging for Education.
Teaching and Learning Reflectively using Electronic Portfolios.
EDUTECH FOR TEACHERS
This blog, created and maintained by Jamie Forshey, geeky girl, instructional technology specialist and teacher at the Bellwood-Antis School District in Central PA, is dedicated to innovative teaching and learning through the use of technology and digital media that engages students in learning while providing them with a 21st Century educational experience.
BRAKING NEW GROUND
A blog dedicated to exploring, sometime seriously & sometimes with a healthy dollop of humour, the dynamic landscape of Innovation, Inquiry & Learning Technology.
CYCLES OF LEARNING: LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION BLOG
Ramsey Musallam is a high school educator and instructional coach; his mission is to create learning environments grounded in curiosity and fueled by a sense of exploration. He believes that when student questions are placed before teacher voice, rich and responsive learning experiences can occur in any setting, and in any context. Technology can be a strategic partner in this process.
For the love of teaching. Blog of Lindsey Lipsky, a Special Education Teacher and Learning/Behavior Specialist who lives and works in Evanston, IL (a suburb outside of Chicago).
Tips, tricks and news for people teaching kids to code.
A free educational website for students and teachers.
Professional blog from Aditi Rao: “I work as a Technology Coach at a nonprofit educational organization, Houston A+ Challenge. I am really passionate about technology in education, both for students in classrooms and teachers. I recently finished up my Master’s in Educational Technology from Johns Hopkins University, before which I was certified to teach English at the University of Texas”.