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 tags “education,” “teacher,” and “english”; they’re English teachers blogging about teaching English.
- The Open Classroom: “A blog about teaching as a conversation with a special emphasis on weblogs, interdisciplinary teaching, writing, journalism, high school newspapers, and the culture of high school.”
- Hip Teacher: “one redheaded girl’s journey into the world of public education”
- Certifiable?: “Emmet Rosenfeld is an English teacher at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, Virginia. He has 13 years of experience as a teacher and writer. In this blog, he is chronicling his experiences as he works toward certification from the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards.”
- Miss Malarkey: “Living proof that it’s possible to invest ten years in an inner city middle school without ending up on the front page of the Daily News. So far.”
- Collin vs. Blog: Collin Brooke is an assistant professor in the Writing Program at Syracuse University
- Pedablogue: Michael Arnzen is an associate professor of English at Seton Hill University.
Any other suggestions?