We were delighted to find out that our Emile Blog has been listed as one of the Top 10 Teacher blogs to follow! We work hard to Blog regularly and share the best Blogs on education. This is a lovely (unpaid for) endorsement and recognition of our work. If you would ever like to contribute, or would like to hear about a particular subject, please contact us at [email protected]
Feedspot allows readers to subscribe to a number of blogs and receive the updates in one convenient email or as an RSS feed. They compile many best Blog lists. The 10 Top Teacher Blogs features some fantastic blogs including the Teacher Toolkit, ICT Evangelist and the Guardian’s Secret Teacher’s Blog.
Below is a copy of a list of edu-twitters, we think everyone should be following.
“A broad, rich and rigorous primary curriculum should be the driver of school improvement, not a casualty of it.”Teaching: Notes from the Front Line highlights that those that love and are passionate about teaching should be setting education policy and is well worth a read – especially by policy makers. She is the founder of the National Teacher Learning Day the first of which will take place on July 3rd 2020 and which aims to provide an affordable, week day option for teachers who want to be in control of their own CPD needs. Debra’s twitter feed is full of inspiring stories and comments on the weird and less than wonderful things that happen in schools (typically as a result of management).Unleasing Great Teaching – and written a number of articles for The Guardian, the TES, the Telegraph, and SecEd. He has appeared on Sky News, Newsnight, ITV London, and Channel 5 news and given a TEDx talk in the US. Oh yeah, he also a Governor and a campaigner for organ donations. David’s twitter feed reflects his belief in the teacher and fundamentally if you want a better education system, you need to invest in teachers.researchED – a grass-roots, teacher-led project that aims to make teachers research-literate and pseudo-science proof. He is a Teacher Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University and is the author of four books on teacher-training, behaviour management and educational research. In 2015, he was long listed for the GEMS Global Teacher Prize, and listed as one of the Huffington Post’s ‘Top Ten Global Educational Bloggers’. Tom’s twitter feed features a range of topics but highlights good quality research and the impact behaviour can have on educational attainment.blog) deal with a whole host of topics but we particularly like his sharing of inspiring tidbits from different conferences he attends and speaks at.blog about issues affecting schools. We particularly like the depth of his blogs and his well thought out and detailed descriptions of the issues and proposed solutions.