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Updated by Laura Turner Moore on Oct 28, 2016
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Awesome Educational Blogs

This is a collection of my favorite blogs by experts in the field of elementary education.


Imagine student engagement at creating a puppet show about the Gold Rush on an iPod touch! Overview Students will be able to apply factual knowledge about the Gold Rush to their own Puppet Pals show using animation and dramatic dialogue and through this, demonstrate comprehension about the beginning of the Gold Rush period.

Blogging in NEISD

Edublog resources to get you started on your blogging path.

Bobcat Blog

Morning assembly was lots of fun this morning when it was announced that Mr. Wirht was turning 60 tomorrow! A few staff members had great fun making him this video and our students enjoyed singing Happy Birthday to him, not once, but TWICE at morning assembly. Happy Birthday Mr. Wirht!

Carnazzo's Class

Lisa Carnazzo, Las Lomas, San Antonio

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

Do your students find it difficult to process and sift through a lot of Internet information to find what they need? Searching for information and making sense of it is a process that involves critical thinking. There are many free digital tools available to help students sift through an overwhelming abundance of web content to efficiently find the reliable information they need.

Curriculum Magic

Our current product line-up features Google Earth, the free earth viewer application, and geocaching (the exciting GPS adventure where players find real-life, hidden "treasures"). As more and more Web 2.0 sites infiltrate classrooms, we aim to expand our publications to include these tools.

EDCompass blog

The official SMART blog for educators.

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

Engage Their Minds

Different Ideas for Different Thinkers. Terri Eichholz

Free Technology for Teachers

Richard Byrne

Kacie Germanick-San Antonio, TX

iLearn Technology

An Edublog about integrating technology into the classsroom

Learn Moore Stuff

Laura Moore-NEISD Instructional Technology Specialist

Lori's Latest Links

Dr. Lori Elliot


Natalie Davis-San Antonio,TX

Pennies to Paris

An Insightful Blog of Inspirational Reading and Inspired Teaching




Learning in Hand Show #28 is about some of what's new in Apple's iOS 8. Instead of showing you the major features you might already know about, I demonstrate the lesser known additions that teachers, students, and parents will be interested in.


Lisa Johnson

Tech Chicks

Helen and I have talked about Futaba in our podcasts. It's a great way to gamify student skill mastery. A few days ago, two of my tech club kids and my lab aide created sets for PreK games in the app. Right now there aren't many ready sets in the app for preschoolers.