Best Blog For Teachers:

July 28, 2016

 

It’s always important to stay up to date on current trends and tips when creating lesson plans. Times are constantly changing, so to avoid becoming stale with your outdated lessons, why not get creative with your approach to teaching? As you’re preparing your plans for the upcoming school year, consider these teaching blogs that will be sure to give you some A+ ideas!

Mindshift:

MindShift explores the future of learning in all its dimensions – covering cultural and technology trends, groundbreaking research, education policy and more. Here, you’ll find teaching strategies, how to incorporate games within learning and digital tools that will enhance your lessons.

TeachThought:

TeachThought’s mantra is simple: learn better. They keep up with the times, featuring relevant articles on pop culture and ways they can incorporate them into learning. This site is a great resource for teachers, covering areas from critical thinking to the future of learning, and also have a section for parents to get great info.

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning:

This site is a resource of educational web tools and mobile apps for teachers and educators. They find great ways to include Pinterest in their lesson planning and share articles on ways to integrate tablets into teaching. Technology is the way of the future and this site provides teachers will all of the information necessary for being ahead of their time.

What teaching blogs do you check out to give you ideas for your classroom or tips on creating a great lesson plan? Let us know on our Facebook page!

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