When I started this blog in September I wasn’t sure anyone would read it, so I was thrilled and humbled to be given the Pass It On blog award by Lisa Sanderson. Now it is my turn to pass it on and mention some blogs that I find informative, inspiring or entertaining.
The rules of this award:
1- Copy and display the picture of the award given to you;
2- Link back to the blog that nominated you;
3- Nominate 10 different blogs yourself;
4- Inform the people you nominated, so they can in turn, continue the chain and spread the word about other great blogs out there.
And the nominees are:
I had a hard time selecting ten blogs from the sixty or so that are fed to my Google reader daily. For this list I tried to select the ones that challenge me most, either intellectually and philisophically, or by giving great examples of amazing projects that I need to step up to the plate and try for myself.
- http://www.russgoerend.com/ – a thoughtful and reflective educator, never satisfied with the status quo.
- http://mrcsclassblog.blogspot.com/ – founder of #comments4kids, everything he does has kids in mind.
- http://jtspencer.blogspot.com/ – Mr. Spencer has three blogs that I read, all of which are brilliant. One is dedicated to linguistics…I mean, c’mon!
- http://dangerouslyirrelevant.org/ – blog home of Dr. Scott McLeod
- http://www.speedofcreativity.org/ – great storytelling resources from Wesley Fryer
- http://jasontbedell.com/ – hardworking nerd of a library-media specialist
- http://ilearntechnology.com/ – everyone knows Kelly, she loves to share
- http://www.freetech4teachers.com/ – the resource king. This is the first Edu blog I ever subscribed to.
- http://langwitches.org/blog/ – inspirational adventures in making the educational world flat.
- http://ransomtech.edublogs.org/ – more great observations from Steven Ransom