No one knows how teachers should be supported better than other teachers.
That's why we’ve put together some of the best teaching blogs, covering different grade levels and subjects. If you looking for a bit of extra teaching motivation and inspiration, there’s a blog here for you.
Jenn Larson comes from a family of teachers. Her articles include both great advice and a healthy dose of humor that will keep you coming back. Her blog is a must-visit for Middle and Upper Elementary educators, full of creative tips and insights, with a great emphasis on mentor texts.
Martina Cahill is a Middle School ELA teacher committed to supporting you with writing, reading, grammar, planning and organization tips and tricks. Her writing is honest and reflective. Martina’s practical suggestions and ideas for finishing your planning, prep and grading without eating into your evenings and weekends are a life saver.
I wish Ben Landers had been around to teach me Physical Education when I was in school.
His passion and excitement for K-12 P.E. are electrifying.
According to Ben’s own words, it makes him smile to think that he might be a small part of kids all over the world falling in love with sports, exercise, and fitness.
Ben’s blog is full to the brim with practical suggestions covering all aspects of P.E., including awesome technology integration tips.
What you should read: Check outAwesome Warmups And Instant Activities, for engaging and easy suggestions of how to start your P.E lessons, including games and activities, plug and play activities and more.
Do you happen to be a Special Education teacher? Or do you have some special education needs students in your grade?
Here you’ll find excellent resources, particularly for teaching life skills such as cooking and laundry, and supporting students with career possibilities. She also provides lots of helpful organizational ideas.