Education Blogs Award 2018

The world of education is one that is evolving at a rapid pace. Innovative technologies, emerging techniques, and new standards are constantly changing the way that schools operate and how students spend time in them. Education bloggers across the world document how these trends impact students and educators. They also offer valuable insight into both current and potential methods, programs, and devices.

The blogs on this list feature interesting articles, news and personal stories, technological updates, and thought-provoking commentary about the ever-changing educational landscape. They serve as great sources of information for both educators and students alike who wish to know more about modern teaching and learning.

You decide which blogger deserves to win the biggest prize.

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Voting ends at 12:00 PM on 22 February 2019
€300 is shared between the bloggers
You decide who wins. Vote below!
twinkl
12%

twinkl.co.uk

Twinkl is an online publishing company that produces teaching and educational materials. From a small enterprise, it has transformed into one of the biggest educational publishers with its extensive collection of high-quality digital teaching materials. Their blog provides educators with novel and creative teaching ideas and inspiration as well as updates about their products and resources.
ditchthattextbook
12%

ditchthattextbook.com

Matt Miller’s blog, Ditch That Textbook, is dedicated to equipping teachers with the tools that they will need to thrive in the new era of education. Focusing on creative teaching and educational technology, Matt’s goal is to help educators feel differently about the craft of teaching. His entire philosophy is based on the idea that educators should veer away from traditional teaching roles and embrace the new digital world.
nhcs
10%

nhcs.net

Tim Markley is the superintendent of New Hanover Country Schools (NHCS). With his leadership and vision, NHCS aims to provide high-quality education for the diverse population of students in the area. The blog documents the activities and decisions of the board which affect the schools in the county. Mr. Markley also occasionally posts about instruction strategies and tips that educators might find useful.
elearninginfographics
10%

elearninginfographics.com

Christopher Pappas, the founder and owner of eLearning Infographics, created the blog to host some of the best education infographics in the online community. The site accepts submissions from teachers, instructional designers, professors, and professionals who are passionate about education. The blog covers a wide range of topics from childhood development, special learning education, to mobile learning and gamification.
askatechteacher
13%

askatechteacher.com

Ask a Tech Teacher is a community of technology education teachers that provides free resources including teaching advice, lesson plans, pedagogic conversation, and website reviews for their site visitors. Their goal is to make technology an authentic and inquiry-driven field. They are dedicated to encouraging students to take responsibility for their own learning. As such, the instruction provided on the blog is self-paced, differentiated, and responsive to student needs.
teachthought
10%

teachthought.com

TeachThought is a company that is committed to innovation in the K-12 educational system. Their goal is to encourage the growth of teaching through professional and curriculum development, leadership, resource curation, and inter-organization collaboration. The blog features articles and resources that deal with thought leadership and the creation of frameworks that would foster transparency in the educational realm.
10%

elearningindustry.com

eLearning Industry is a network-based media and publishing company. Their site serves as a space where eLearning professionals and instructional designers can share their knowledge and communicate with each other in a safe online community. The site features the latest industry news and technology updates. The platform also helps professionals involved in the eLearning industry to find a project or a temporary-basis job.
freetech4teachers
12%

freetech4teachers.com

Richard Byrne founded the blog, Free Technology for Teachers, to share information about free resources that teachers can use in the classroom. As a former social studies and Google certified teacher himself, Richard believes that technology, when used correctly, can effectively improve student engagement and student achievement. Technology can also be used by educators to create powerful global learning communities.
edsource
11%

edsource.org

EdSource is resource database for education information, research, and analysis. The team believes that access to quality education is an inalienable right for children. In order to have strong schools that serve to benefit of the children and the economy, the team also believes in having an informed and involved public. Because of this, they are working on engaging more people about key education challenges through the provision of timely, relevant and accurate information.
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