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A Blog Worth Reading

I’ve been back at school for 7 weeks now, and as always, I feel like I’ve been buried under an avalanche of work. It’s been hard to find time for anything else other than what is absolutely necessary and important.

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As much as I love and value this  blog, its one of the things I drop at times like this.

However, I have continued to read blogs. One of my favourites is Education Rethink.

John T Spencer writes very humble, insightful and thought provoking posts. I usually feel refreshed and inspired after reading them, and without exception, they cause me to reflect on my own practice.

So why not check it out now and let me know what you think.

Are there any blogs that inspire or interest you? Share your recommendations in the comment section.

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3 thoughts on “A Blog Worth Reading

  1. Hi Corinne,
    The blogs I love are by George Couros (The Principal of Change), his brother…Alec Couros (Open Thinking – Educational Technology), and Jarrod Lamshed (Mr Lamshed’s Class – The Boys Blog). Hope you enjoy them as much as I do. What other blogs do you enjoy?
    Rachael

  2. Hi,
    Thanks for pointing to the Education Rethink blog. I, too, am always on the lookout for good blogs that challenge my though processes or inspire me in my teaching and leading. here are few…
    whatedsaid.wordpress.com/ – An Australian blog, primary school focused but with strong IB and pedagogical links
    blogs.edweek.org/teachers/coaching_teachers/ – a great blog for those who mentor other teachers
    middleschoolmattersblog.blogspot.com.au/ – a fun blog with ideas and comments
    middleschoolforlife.blogspot.com.au/ – another ideas blog

    David
    david.edublogs.org

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