This is a collection of excellent blogs with an eduational flavour or focus. Consider signing up for a Bloglines account or using another other feed reader to have new entires from you favourite blogs delivered to one central place.

Blogging Support

Exhaustive list of educational bloggers and related blogs from the Support Blogging Wiki
Blogging Corner is a place for bloggers, would-be bloggers, and blogging mentors. It is an edna Group and is public but requires login (does not allow guests)

Action Learning Blogs

Mr P's Smartboard - John Pearce's fantastic blog documenting his journey from unpacking his interactive whiteboard to making magic in his classroom with it.
Katy's Learning Blog - One teachers blog about her PGDE (Level 6 Diploma in Teaching UK) training. Her thoughts reflections and her learning. Don't forget to read the about section.

ICT in Education

Weblogg-ed - A leading educational blog written by Will Richardson
Hey Jude - A Web 2.0 flavoured blog written by Judy O'connell
The edublogger - Tips, tricks, ideas and help with using web 2.0 technologies and edublogs written by Sue Waters
2 Cents Worth by educational technologist David Warlick
Kathy Schrock's Kaffeeklatsch by Kathy Schrock
Cog Dog Blog Alan Levine's blog on instructional technology
Bright Ideas Bright ideas is a blog by SLAV where school library staff can share ideas on how they can use Web 2.0 tools in their library and in their school. We hope that it inspires you to think about how you can use some of the tools in your school.
You Are Never Alone: Kerrie Smith of Education.au's blog

English

The Open Classroom - A blog by Melbourne secondary English teacher Jo McLeay
Storylines is a blog designed to support senior school literature programs and reading generally at The King’s School, an independent boy’s school in Sydney, Australia. This blog has grown from our literature program, storyLines where Year 7 and 8 boys are introduced to stories, real and imagined, and challenged to be both story makers and readers.

History

John Larkin's History blog John teaches senior school History in NSW

Languages

Technolote
Langwitches

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