I thought I’d give some props to the feeds I read on a regular basis. I’ll be listing them by the way I’ve categorized them, including a link and short description of each site, along with a link to the feed for that site. Start clicking!
The following fall under the tag “education”; they’re generally sites that feature current events and issues in the field of education.
- Edweek: The web site of Education Week and Teacher Magazine. You’ll need to register to read some of the articles that come from these magazines, but the web site also posts links to relevant news articles elsewhere.
- Edweek Web Watch: “Teacher Magazine’s weekly column on education news from around the Web.”
- Edweek Blogboard: “Teacher Magazine’s look at what’s new and noteworthy in educator blogs.”
- Edutopia: The magazine of the George Lucas Educational Foundation. Inspirational articles about reform initiatives, innovative teaching practices, the integration of technology in education.
- NPR: Education: Alerts about NPR news articles on education.
- New York Times: Education: Pretty self-explanatory. News articles on education from the New York Times
- Teaching and Developing Online: Darren Cannell does a good job of pointing you to latest posts of interest in other sites. Generally pithy and to the point.
- The Education Wonks: A group blog on issues of education and homeschooling. They organize the Carnival of Education, a weekly summary of highlights from education blogs.
- Tomorrow’s Professor: Originally a popular mailing list on issues facing professors in higher education, Tomorrow’s Professor now has a blog and a feed.
- Teachers College Record: “The Teachers College Record is a journal of research, analysis, and commentary in the field of education. It has been published continuously since 1900 by Teachers College, Columbia University.”
Any other suggestions?