Great Teaching Blogs You Should Be Reading

I have an online breakfast every morning, meaning that I read all sorts of blogs while I munch away on some cereal. Here are some teaching-related blogs that I check for on a daily basis. You should too!

dangerously irrelevant

Dangerously Irrelevant – Scott McLeod’s blog is full of food for thought for teachers.


Free Technology for Teachers – Richard Byrne always shares the best of the web when it comes to websites, apps, and technology that you can use in your classroom for FREE!

iLearn Technology

iLearn Technology – Kelly Tenkely shares some of the great practices and resources that she uses in the school she started up.


Langwitches – Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano’s blog is always a great read about teaching-related issues and resources.

Larry Ferlazzo

Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day – I don’t know how Larry keeps on top of all this stuff. He shares dozens of resources every single week and everyone is something useful and free. It’s a must-visit for any teacher in any grade!

Speed of Creativity

Moving at the Speed of Creativity – Wesley Fryer is a STEM teacher and always shares great information about teaching science, technology, engineering, and math.


Feedly – a great place to organize and subscribe to all of these blogs so the content will come to you. This is my one-stop everyone morning for great reads!

Please Share Any of the Great Teacher Blogs You Visit on a Regular Basis below. 

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