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Learning & Education
For educators, parents, and business executives alike, staying current with all of the education news, trends, and innovation has grown to be a Herculean undertaking. It may be challenging to know where to go for the most useful and accurate information to improve your teaching and provide you with the greatest tools and resources to help your students without doing a lot of research.
Fortunately, there are many blogs dedicated to education that make it simple for professionals, parents, and educators like you to find and understand education news and trends. Although there are tens of thousands of these blogs to choose from on the internet. We've put together a list of some of our favorites that are trustworthy, reachable. Well-known for its excellent news and material about education.
Different Types Of Learning & Education
The ASCD blog is a place where educators congregate to discuss ideas, solutions, and news. ASCD is a passionate community of educators dedicated to transforming lives. This blog has articles written by a varied range of educators and authors on a range of subjects, including district and school leadership, equality, teaching tools, and education research.
Class Tech Tips
Monica Burns, a former classroom teacher who now devotes her time to sharing tech tips, methods, and activity ideas to make technology integration simpler, is the author of the blog and edtech community known as Class Tech Tips. She publishes blog entries every week with lesson plans, updates on educational technology, and tips for integrating it into K–12 classrooms.
Cool Cat Teacher
Vicki Davis, better known as Cool Cat Teacher, is a teacher. Who started her podcast and blog to provide instructors and students. The resources they need to succeed. The blog focuses on tech, trends, and resources like lesson plans and teaching aids that may benefit teachers. Assisting educators, librarians, students, administrators, parents, and policymakers in using technology to benefit students of all abilities. Blogs cover a wide variety of grade levels from K12 to college.
Author of Dangerously Irrelevant and professor of education leadership Scott McLeod, J.D., Ph.D., regard as one of the nation's foremost authorities on P-12 school leadership, deeper learning, technology, and innovation. His blog is geared toward assisting other educators in leading and teaching with fairness in mind and focuses on leadership, innovation, tech, and student empowerment.
Free Technology for Teachers
This blog's objective is to provide knowledge about free materials that instructors may utilize in their classes. Free Technology for Teachers, authored by high school computer science instructor Richard Byrne, provides useful tech resources and advice to assist educators across grade levels.
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). Which supports innovation in educational technology, and is well recognized in its community. Teachers, librarians, principals, IT specialists, and district administrators may all find information, resources, and ideas on the ISTE blog. The blog provides updates on the most recent developments and ideas. The tech community and industry each year during the ISTE Conference & Expo.
The Washington Post Answer Sheet
Reporter Valerie Strauss is the author of The Washington Post's regional education blog, Answer Sheet. This page features news on education in the United States that focuses on equality. As well as a broad range of current affairs and policy issues. The News Literacy Project, a nonpartisan education charity, offers programs and resources to help the public become informed. Active consumers of news and information as well as equal and involved participants in a democracy, supports several articles.