Links I Like

I’m so fortunate to live in a world with so many talented educators that are so willing to share the things they’re doing in their classrooms with the rest of the world. Here’s a very abridged list of some of the go-to places I look around at online for inspiration.

  • ctrlaltteach.com
    Cat Flippen was a talented teacher I was lucky to meet at Google Teacher Academy Chicago in the Summer of 2013. I frequently check out some of the stuff she’s studying about on her blog.
  • coolcatteacher.com
    I’ve said for a long time that when I grow up, I want to be a teacher like Vicki Davis. Incredibly inspiring teacher that gives SO much to others. She’s made me better on a daily basis.
  • EDTECH537 | Virtual School Meanderings
    I’m currently in the middle of earning a Masters in Educational Technology from Boise State University. The above link is my current-class professor’s blog about the class I’m presently taking.
  • Edutopia
    Lots of blogs are just yada-yada-yada. When I’m looking for some true meat-and-potato lesson ideas, opinions, or resources, it’s Edutopia I go to.
  • ericsheninger.com
    It would be a dream-come-true to work for an administrator who not only values technology in education, but arguably is more into than I am.
  • Hestheweirdteacher.blogspot.com
    You have to really see it to understand. Just trust me—this guy is weird. And talented.
  • ISTE
    As I write this, #ISTE2015 is happening in Philadelphia, and I’m incredibly jealous of all the superstars of education gathering together to learn from each other.