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Top 100 Education Blogs

We identified the top 100 most influential education blogs based on their impact factor (check out the link for more info!)





Provoking curiosity in our students about anything requires us to manage several tensions simultaneously. It requires keeping several lines tight - not slack - but not so tight they snap. Read on for recommendations from some careful researchers.

Hack Education

In this week's news: MOOCs. MOOCs. MOOCs. Research about MOOCs. Research about Facebook. School shootings. Ridiculous statements from California Governor Jerry Brown about online education. Ridiculous suspension of email privileges at CSU Pueblo. No more formaldehyde in Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo. And other things that make you say, "Wait, what?"

Dangerously Irrelevant | Technology, leadership, and the future of schools

The teacher] is performing as taught by a system that ... better prepares students for the dutiful obedience of the military than for the intellectual challenges they will encounter in college. In schools taught by RGSE teachers, the Common Core State Standards will be, I fear, merely heavier rocks in the pail.

Diane Ravitch's blog on

Are you concerned about current efforts to force academic standards onto little children? Are you concerned about the movement to stamp out play? Do you think that little children should experience childhood before they are subjected to the academic treadmill? Do you think that school can and should be more than a boring progression of test prep and testing?

Free Technology for Teachers

Easyclass is a newer entry into the online course management market. When it comes to user interface, Easyclass lives up to its name by being quite easy to use. I was able to create a course in Easyclass in less than five minutes and at no point in that time was I wondering what to do next.

The Principal of Change

My oldest brother led me this video regarding Google Helpouts: When I looked deeper into the site, I saw a few interesting things. First of all, the site is growing and growing, and pretty soon you will be able to learn about what you want.




Welcome! I'm Will Richardson, parent, educator, speaker, author, 12-year blogger at Weblogg-ed and now here. I'm trying to answer the question "What happens to schools and classrooms and learning in a...

Design Your Class Like A Video Game

How Video Games Have Mastered Learning Engagement Agreeing on how to best establish what a learner understands isn't simple - if for no other reason than understanding isn't simple. Gamification and game-based learning (which are different,...

Getting Smart - Think. Learn. Innovate.

Infographic: Setting the Context: A Brief History of EdTech

Edudemic - Education Technology Tips For Students And Teachers

With thousands of students still enrolling, and sites like EdX, Coursera, Udacity, and more continuing to add new course offerings, it would seem as though MOOCs are just getting bigger and better....

The Learning Network - The Learning Network Blog -

Teaching and Learning with The New York Times

~ Stephen's Web

Subscribe to OLDaily E-Learning News, Opinion, Technology.

Steve Hargadon

Welcome to the Learning Revolution. The technologies of the Internet and the Web are reshaping where, when, and from whom we learn. The Learning Revolution Project highlights virtual and physical events from Web 2.0 Labs and its partners. These events bring together educators, learners, leaders, and others to rethink and reinvent education.

Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day... | ...For Teaching ELL, ESL, & EFL

I've been posting about the short-and-sweet video exchanges my English Language Learner Geography classes have been doing with English classes from around the world - we videotape questions about their countries and they respond.

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

for the love of learning

A blog about education, learning, teaching and parenting.

Practical Theory

A View From the Schoolhouse

Ideas and Thoughts | Learning stuff since 1964

I like data. There I said it. But the caveat is I like data that I choose and create, not necessarily data that someone thinks is important or useful. That may just be a topic I'll explore in a future post. This post is more about fun and playing with data.

Angela Maiers Educational Services, Inc.

This site is dedicated to learning and learners, readers and writers, teaching and teachers. Angela Maiers on 21st Century literacy -- including digital literacy. But remember, it's not about the tech - it's about the talk.

The Core Knowledge Blog

by Guest Blogger December 16th, 2013 By Mark Bauerlein The over-reliance on reading comprehension strategies in primary and secondary education has been a consistent theme at Core Knowledge for several years, but nevertheless people may not realize that reading strategies have a remarkable counterpart in higher education.

Home - Doug Johnson's Blue Skunk Blog

Monday, January 27, 2014 at 05:28AM For school districts that have both school librarians and technology integration specialists, the mutual roles and and responsibilities of these positions can be blurred, especially when it comes to teaching and supporting teacher use.

Computing Education Blog

Part of the continuing media response to her AP CS 2013 analysis, Barb was on HLN Weekend Express yesterday talking about the gender gap in AP CS. The video is linked below. My favorite part was where she told the national audience that Georgia Tech considers CS fundamental and requires it for everyone.


Alan Levine Barks Here

Daniel Willingham

Daniel Willingham's website on education