- Read the insights of both experienced and first year teachers in these
There is a "tool" that is
built in to most blogging software that changes the way we receive and process
the information we get from the Internet. This is what's known as RSS. This
code, usually referred to as a "feed" (as in "news feed"),
makes it possible for readers to "subscribe" to the content that
is created on a particular Weblog so they no longer have to visit the blog
itself to get it. As is true with traditional syndication, the content
comes to you instead of you going to it. Check
this video out - RSS in Plain English (3:42) Funny & easy to understand.
You Want to Teach?: Billed as "education for educators" this
blog shares teaching experiences, ideas
and more to help you along in learning to teach.
Not All Flowers and Sausage: This is a blog for TEACHERS WHO ROCK and
are frustrated by the
day to day drama that gets in the way of our interactions with children.
Doc is In: Dr. Pezz presents a sort of smorgasbord of thoughts and ideas.
Some can be taken and used by teachers, others just makes you laugh.
Teacher Diaries: Follow the growth and experiences of these first year
teachers in math, special ed and elementary education in these Edwize blogs.
Enough for Jazz: If you’re not into the whole music scene, this
one may not interest you. It’s from the perspective of a choir
teacher. His tag line reads, "Am I a teacher of music, or a musician
Blog: Bob is a new college grad and a current high school social studies
teacher in an economically challenged area of Georgia. This blog shares
his thoughts on his teaching experience, everyday life and more.
First Year: Follow several teachers through their first years working
in classrooms in this blog.
Forums - Chat
with others in your situation and those who are more experienced in these
to Z Teacher Stuff Forums: Ask questions and talk with teachers new
and experienced on this large teaching
forum. Teachnology New Teacher/Student Teacher Forums: Discuss all kinds
of issues that relate to new and student teachers on this forum.
Teacher’s Corner New Teachers Forum: New teachers can come together
to talk on this forum, find answers to questions and get guidance from those
with more experience.
Education Forum: Teachers looking for some support may be able to find
it on this large education forum.