Education is such a broad topic, but we have managed to find something for everyone on this list. From education activists to teaching preschoolers to inclusive classrooms, these blogs were chosen for their diversity and value added.
Each of our educational backgrounds are completely unique. Our learning experiences are an integral part of who we are as individuals. Our passion for education is what brings us together! So read on, and find someone or something that sparks your passion for lifelong learning.
In no particular order, here are our top picks!
Why we love this: Passion. Activism. More passion. Jose Vilson discusses race and education, one of the biggest challenges facing education today.
2. Vocab Gal
Why we love this: Sarah knows how to make vocabulary fun! For the k-12 audience but I learned several new words myself: Prosaic, vacillate, irascible…never stop learning, right?
Why we love this: Amanda has practical, thoughtful advice for parents and teachers. She is both sensible and level headed. We need more teachers like her!
Why we love this: Real world applications from a teacher who loves science and technology, robots and inventing. A big supporter of project based learning and teaching coding in schools.
Why we love this: A former classroom teacher with a passion for technology, Kelly is on the cutting edge of utilizing tech in teaching.
Why we love this: Shelly is an innovator and creative thinker in the arena of teacher training and classroom technology. Check her out, make some goals, and follow through!
Why we love this: A philosophical educator, David Truss encourages teachers to be empowered leaders and mentors.
Why we love this: Jeff is a leader and innovator in technology for education. His posts are both forward thinking and inspirational.
Why we love this: A blogger of many interests, you can read about EdTech, social media, food, and language learning.
Why we love this: A STEM educator to teachers, Brian Crosby has ambitious ideas about student learning through hands on, creative and often messy activities.
Why we love this: Daniel uses actual facts, surveys and studies to analyze how they relate to education today. Data based, not just opinion. Many interesting reads here.
12. Imagination Soup
Why we love this: Melissa is an award-winning educator with 1.5 million followers on Pinterest. Imagination Soup is geared toward parents of preschool and elementary children.
13. Pre K Partner
Why we love this: AMAZING ideas and resources for teachers and parents of preschoolers.
Why we love this: Packed full of hands on activities for preschoolers through 3rd grade, this site truly believes learning should be FUN.
15. Tot Schooling
Why we love this: So many wonderful free printables to encourage early learning.
16. Cool Cat Teacher
Why we love this: Vicki is a legend in education blogging. She shares invaluable resources and tips for teachers and parents.
Why we love this: An amazing resource for teachers! Insider tips and tricks on the best FREE technology tools for teachers.
18. Tween Teacher
Why we love this: Heather’s passion of curriculum design, reading, literature and Ed Tech is unmatched!
19. NYC Educator
Why we love this: Arthur is a teacher/blogger that mixes education, politics and activism. The result is many interesting and engaging reads. If you want to read about politics from an educator’s perspective, check him out!
20. Science Fix
Why we love this: Everyone remembers their middle school science teacher, but Darren Fix is a stand out. His blog is a gold mine for videos of interesting science experiments that can be done in the classroom…or even at home!
Why we love this: Learn to code for free? Yep. Not sure if it is right for you? Check out the Codecademy Stories and prepare to be inspired by others who changed their careers and their lives.
Why we love this: Wow. James has a way with words and his posts are gripping.
Why we love this: Did you know that a bilingual brain is actually wired differently? This website has activities and videos to help you learn a language and teach it to your kids. They have blogs for Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Italian, French, English, Portuguese, Russian, and German!
Why we love this: As a parent and psychologist, Cait provides a fascinating resource for parents of gifted children.
Why we love this: Nicole has great strategies and tips for parents and educators to make sure students of all abilities can actively participate in the classroom.
Whew, that was a lot to take in all at once. When you find a blog that you love be sure to sign up for the email list so you get notified when they have updated posts. Enjoy and never stop learning!