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My 5 Favorite Education Blogs

Today I want to share with you my 5 favorite education blogs. Now, I’m not claiming that these are the best education blogs out there, but they ARE my favorites – the ones that I actually subscribe to or follow and enjoying reading and sharing.

Of course you know this doesn’t mean I agree with 100% of what these other bloggers say or endorse 100% of what they do or blah-blah-blah. You get the idea 🙂 But I DO think these are 5 great blogs that are worth checking out!

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My 5 Favorite Education Blogs

  1. The Cornerstone for Teachers. This blog is my absolute favorite – the one I find myself agreeing with and sharing the most. It’s written by Angela Watson, who is also a Christian and a former teacher. Her articles are extremely practical, and she has a great heart to help and encourage teachers. You should definitely check out the blog & subscribe to her new newsletter.
  2. Corkboard Connections. Laura Candler has more than just great teaching resources – she has a great blog with lots of great information. My favorites are the ones that deal with classroom management, and I love the ones where she asks teachers for advice about a topic & then compiles it. She does share her resources a lot, which could be a pro or a con, depending on whether or not you’re interested in them. Either way, it’s an awesome blog.
  3. Cult of PedagogyI’ve been following Jennifer Gonzalez’s blog for maybe a month or two, and I have to say, I’m hooked. She has so much great information, especially about newer trends or current issues in education. Oh, and she’s got a podcast, too. I haven’t gotten around to listening to it yet, but it’s on my list to check out.
  4. Teaching Sam and Scout. I met Elizabeth (virtually) this past summer and immediately felt a connection. We are both Christians, teachers, and moms of toddler boys. Since then I’ve had a baby girl & she is currently expecting a baby girl – so, lots in common. The one big difference is that she is still teaching while I’m home with my kiddos. [We exchanged guest posts about the two different options. You can check them out here.] Anyhow, I really enjoy getting her posts in my inbox. Some of them are teaching-related. Others are more about being a mom or about what she’s wearing, or whatever else is happening in her life. So if you want a blog that is solely about teaching, this isn’t the one for you. But if you enjoy a bit of a mish-mash of fun, helpful posts, then you’ll want to check her out.
  5. Pursuit of a Joyful Life. Okay, so all of the other blogs, I know the author of. (Okay, know is maybe not quite the best word – I correspond with all of them online.) But I don’t know Lori, aside from reading her posts. But I have to say, she is an excellent writer. Like Teaching Sam and Scout, Pursuit of a Joyful Life is not solely about teaching. She also writes about being a mom or other issues she is facing in her life. The best word I can use to describe her writing is poetic. There’s just something about the way she says things….

Bonus Blog: Teach 4 the Heart (that’s me!!) If you ran across this post from Pinterest or Facebook or Google or something, don’t leave until you check out this blog – Teach 4 the Heart. I’m all about helping teachers learn & grow both professionally & personally so that they can accomplish their real goal – to make a difference in the lives of their students. Click here to sign up for updates& get notified every time I write a new post (twice a week). You’ll also get some pretty cool bonuses!

What’s your favorite education/teacher blog? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

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Linda Kardamis

I believe that when God calls us to teach, He promises the strength & wisdom to do it well. All we need to do is keep learning, growing, and depending on Him. I'm here to provide practical advice and Biblical encouragement so you'll have the confidence and perspective to not only inspire your students but reach their hearts as well.

  • I love Angela Watson’s site as well but now I have your additional blog suggestions to add to my list.
    I also love Vickie Davis- Cool Cat Teacher and Tony Vincent’s -Learning in Hand.
    Thank you for posting!

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