Top 100 Teaching Blogs That Teachers Must Know

  1. Pencils Books and Dirty Look

It is an elementary school classroom designed blog that appeals passionate teachers who love working with young kids. The blog regularly features personal classroom anecdotes and teaching materials.

Facebook fans 1.8K

Instagram Followers 1.8K

  1. Madly Learning

Location: Hamilton, New Jersey, United States

Madly learning is run by Patti, a grades 4-5 teacher and loves to integrate different types of technology into her classroom. Her colourful yet engaging website is a definite pick-me-up, and her bubbly tone about teaching and life in general will make you want to add her blog to your bookmarks tab!

Facebook fans 2.3K

Twitter followers 461

Instagram Followers 7.2K

  1. Loop blog

Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Dedicated towards improving student outcomes, the loop platform enables Student Voice to increase engagement and performance retention at education institutions.

  1. misscalcul8

A brand new teacher, Miss Cal.Q.L8 is learning how to do the whole education thing. Her blog is a reflection of that, and it's going to be fun to watch her grow through the next few years.

Twitter followers 3.3K

  1. Kids Math Teacher

Location: Los Angeles, California, United States

Kids math Teacher is founded by Lucy Ravitch. She is the Children's Book Author, Kids Math Teacher, Teacher Blogger, and Math Enthusiast. The blog focuses on activities, resources, themes, and more for anyone who teaches math to children.

Twitter followers 1.2K

  1. Wonders in Kindergarten

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Kindergarten is an exciting learning adventure where many wonders, explorations, and investigations take place. Anamaria Ralph is passionate about inquiry and play based learning, and greatly inspired by the Reggio approach to learning. She learns and practice these classroom techniques and shares them same on her blog.

Twitter followers 3.2K

  1. Open Parachute

Location: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Open Parachute focuses on mental health and creates online video-based wellbeing program. Their Programs are designed to support the mental health of students, parents, and teachers with separate programs from Grades 6 through 12. Besides these, Dr,Hayle have created youth and practitioner intervention programs in Canada, the US, the UK, and Australia, and have just released a mental health curriculum program for middle and high school students that is being run in schools in Canada, the US, and Australia.

  1. My Great Teacher

Location: United Kingdom

My Great Teacher blog is an emotional intelligence and resilience blog that focuses on research-based articles that help teachers live life to its fullest-spiritually, intellectually and emotionally.

  1. Special 2 Me

This blog is about a wife/daughter/mother/sister/friend who happens to be a Special Education Resource Specialist Teacher. It is perfect place to follow the adventures of a special ed teacher in L.A., and learn inspirational ideas to teach better.

  1. Teacher Gems | Websites For Elementary Students

Teacher Gems is a huge collection of teaching resources and websites for elementary students. One may find the best writing centers for elementary students as well as special education resources and more.

Facebook fans 5.3K

Instagram Followers 1.1K

  1. Successful Teaching

Location: Greenville, South Carolina USA

Successful teaching blog has tons of links and information that is directly applicable to use in the classroom. The ideas and strategies available on the blog are to help new and struggling teachers.

Twitter followers 1.3K

  1. Creative Connections For Kids by Kristi Delp

Location: Missouri, United States

Kristi Delp – the coordinator and parent educator for Parents as Teachers (PAT) manages this blog. With over 20 years of experience and a master's degree in early childhood special education, she shares valuable advice and insight on everything from fun family recipes and parenting tips to games and activities that develop motor skills.

Facebook fans 6.9K

Twitter followers 1.2K

  1. Musing Mathematically

Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

The Musing Mathematically blog put forward thoughts concerning the teaching and learning of mathematics

Twitter followers 6K

  1. 140 Learning

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The 140 Learning blogs comprises of resources extracted out of Stepan Pruchnicky's professional learning. It has thoughts that take more than 140 characters to express.

Twitter followers 2.4K

  1. Rescue the teacher, Save the child

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States

Whether you are a new or seasoned teacher, a parent, an administrator, or you are curious about teacher issues, this blog by Paula Baack is for you.

  1. Mr. P's ICT blog | Tech to raise standards!

Location: United Kingdom

Mr.P’s ICT blog is about using iPads to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom, especially Primary Education. Mr. P, the owner of the blog is a primary teacher and iPad advocate.

Facebook fans 186.5K

Twitter followers 41.6K

Instagram Followers 34.9K

  1. The Daring English Teacher

The Daring English Teacher is run by Christina. She is a full-time high school English teacher, wife, and mother. With more than a decade of teaching experience, she focuses on providing engaging, robust, and differentiated learning experiences to her students and the educational community through her blog.

Facebook fans 11.5K

Instagram followers 68.9K

  1. Literacy and Laughter

Mrs. Rider, the writer, teach All Day Kindergarten. Her passion is teaching literacy skills to young children and one can see them learning and growing together, with love and laughter. This is what she writes about on her blog to help guide teachers and make them practice her techniques. Facebook fans - 962

  1. The African Teacher

Location: Port Harcourt, Rivers, Nigeria

African teachers are in dire need to rise at par with their counterparts across the globe, embracing technology and innovations that make learning impactful and seamless for school children. And this blog offers a learning Centre for all teachers across the African continent and beyond.

  1. Herding Kats in Kindergarten

The blogger Jennifer shares her ideas, tips and freebies on Herding Kats In Kindergarten.

Facebook fans 11K

Twitter followers 1.4K

  1. Discover Educator Network(DEN BLOGS)

DEN is a global community of educators passionate about teaching digital media, sharing resources, collaborating, and networking. It has around 10, 00, 00 members to provide professional development training to 6, 00,000 members. It not only connects teachers both on-line and in-person but also grants access to its wide range of resources, professional development activities, networking opportunities, exclusive events and more.

Twitter followers 393.8K

  1. WYZFOX | Wisefox | Online Tutoring | Online Tuition

Location: London, England, United Kingdom

Wyzfox blog offers professional one to one tutoring for children worldwide from Year 1 all the way to A Level. It brings the very best educational professionals at a time to suit you and your children, all from the comfort of your own home. Wyzfox is based in an innovative learning management system which allows the tutor and the pupil to interact via live video streaming.

  1. Primary Graffiti

Location: United States

Primary Graffiti, a beautifully designed blog is a great resource for teachers who work in looping classrooms or who are responsible for teaching several different grades throughout the day. The blog offers classroom ideas and lesson plans alongside management tips.

Facebook fans 25.7K

Twitter followers 6.5K

Instagram Followers 58.3K

  1. Busy Bees

Location: United Kingdom

Written by a second grade teacher and a kindergarten teacher, the Busy Bees blog is designed to help teachers with curriculum and planning.

Facebook fans 2.6K

Twitter followers 3.9K

  1. The Resource Teacher

Run by Natasha, the resource teacher blog is full of tips, tricks and the information about life of a special educator and teacher!

Facebook fans 4.1K

Instagram Followers 3.7K

About the Author
Author: Saniya Khan
Saniya Khan I am Saniya Khan, Copy-Editor at EdTechReview - India’s leading edtech media. As a part of the group, my aim is to spread awareness on the growing edtech market by guiding all educational stakeholders on latest and quality news, information and resources. A voraciously curious writer with a dedication to excellence creates interesting yet informational pieces, playing with words since 2016.

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