I have been participating in WP’s Blogging 101. One of our assignments was to publish a roundup of some of our favorite blogs. I’ve decided I liked the idea of a roundup better than a blogroll. Roundups will give me more opportunities to share all the blogs I enjoy. Plus, I know I would never, ever update a blogroll.
By the way, if you are new or newish to blogging, the WordPress blogging classes are a great way learn about the basics of blogging, branding, how to grow a following, how to interact with the community, and get inspired to write. If you choose to participate, remember that you do everything at your own pace. You can do as much or as little as you want. Have it your way!
Jenn writes about everything including being a parent and teacher. She shares her journey as a writer and discusses her experiences with helping her students grow as writers too. I really enjoy her posts on teaching, but I also really enjoy her personal writing.
150 writes whatever she chooses, but whatever she writes will include no more than one hundred fifty words. This blog is funny, thoughtful, and inspiring.
Andrea and Michelle write about being teachers, moms, and everything else. They have some great ideas for the classroom. But… Do not expect wooden jewelry and applique vests; you won’t get that with these two. These ladies have great a sense of humor!
This Army wife, mom, and teacher writes about her life and observations. She posts great, beautiful pictures, and writes fun posts. She even reviews books. This blog has a little bit of everything!
Amanda is an international teacher. She talks about her travels, gives advice to other teachers who are interested in international teaching, and even shares travel tips like how to look sexy while traveling.
There you have it Dear Reader! These are some of my favorite teacher blogs. I’ll share some more of my favorites in another roundup, and I have more I like! I can’t share everybody in my first roundup ya’ll.
What are your favorite blogs about teaching? Do you have a teacher blog, that’s about teaching & stuff not selling educational products, that you want to share? If so, let’s talk about it in the comments.