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47 Blogs That My Readers Are Reading

911477_mouse_success.jpgAs we come to the conclusion of Reader Appreciation Month, I want to summarize some of the things that we have learned. Today, I’ll focus on the incredible depth of blogs that readers have told me they read. So here are the 47 blogs that my readers are reading.

  1. A Teacher’s Education
  2. Adventures of a Christian Collegian
  3. Bionic Teaching
  4. The Blue Skunk Blog
  5. California Teacher Guy
  6. Confessions from the Couch
  7. Copyblogger
  8. Dangerously Irrelevant
  9. Dave Sherman
  10. David Armano
  11. dy/dan
  12. EdNotesOnline
  13. Education in Texas
  14. The Education Wonks
  16. Fred Klonsky
  17. Frumteacher
  18. Head of the Class
  19. History is Elementary
  21. Joyful Jubilant Learning
  22. Learn Me Good
  23. Lorelle on WordPress
  24. Ms. Frizzle
  25. Ms. Whatsit
  26. ms_teacher
  27. Musings from a Not-So-Master Teacher
  28. New Scientist
  29. No Impact Man
  30. No longer just “some girl”
  31. NYCEducator
  32. Productivity 501
  33. RepairKit
  34. Right on the Left Coast
  35. Rocking the System in NYC
  36. Secondhand Thoughts
  37. Seth Godin’s Blog
  38. Simply Sublime Stupidity
  39. So You Want To Teach?
  40. Spirit Cloth
  41. Successful Teaching
  42. Suffern Middle School In Second Life
  43. Teaching in the Inner City
  44. The Tempered Radical
  45. Tense Teacher
  46. Unclutterer
  47. WhatItsLikeOnTheInside
Joel Wagner
Joel Wagner (<strong><a href="">@sywtt</a></strong>) began teaching band in 2002. Though he had a lot of information, his classes were out of control. He found himself tired, frustrated, disrespected by students, lonely, and on the brink of quitting. He had had enough. He resigned from his school district right before spring break of his second year and made it his personal mission to learn to be a great teacher. <strong><a href="">So You Want To Teach?</a></strong> is the ongoing story of that quest for educational excellence.

8 thoughts on “47 Blogs That My Readers Are Reading

  1. I would love to see someone compile a “100 New Edublogs You Must Check Out!” list or something. Maybe I’ll work on that for January or February…

  2. Hey, thanks for adding this to your list. One thing you challenged me with when I first began blogging was using blog for catharsis. You challenged me to be more positive, more honest and open and less about complaining about things like NCLB. I think it shaped my gradual shift toward adding a more practical element to my blog.

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