Adventures in Learning

Author: David Loitz

Summary: A blog about learning, about education, about reform, about change, about what it means to teach. I am trying to ask the question "Why we educate" and what my answer means to me as a teacher and how my role shapes... Read on...

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Big Ideas in Science Education

Author: Multiple authors listed within report

Summary: "Big Ideas in Science Education", a blog post from Teaching Science presents Principles and Ideas of Science Education, a great informal resource for teachers of young scientists who want students to know what real... Read on...

Blogging About the Web 2.0 Classroom

Summary: Steven Anderson shares his knowledge and experience with us through online tools and free professional development to help 21st century educators successfully integrate technology into the classroom.

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Author: Doug Noon

Summary: Doug Noon, the Alaskan teacher who writes this blog says it best:
Educating people for a democratic society is cultural work. Teachers must become border crossers. We need to be creatively flexible because even if... Read on...

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Bridging Differences

Author: Deborah Meier and Diane Ravitch

Summary: Deborah Meier and Diane Ravitch have found themselves at odds on policy over the years, but they share a passion for improving schools. Bridging Differences will offer their insights on what matters most in education.

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CommonAction Blog

Author: Adam Fletcher

Summary: CommonAction Blog is an arm of CommonAction Consulting, founded by internationally-recognized youth engagement thought leader Adam Fletcher to sustain and expand democracy in the U.S. and Canada by working to... Read on...

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Community Learning Exchange

Summary: The Community Learning Exchange is a network of resilient local communities, vibrant organizations, and active change agents who share their local wisdom and collective leadership approaches with each other so they can... Read on...

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Cooperative Catalyst

Summary: The vision of Cooperative Catalyst is for passionate educators to challenge one another to propose sustainable solutions and structures for re-imagining schools and education, supporting one another to enact and refine... Read on...

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Courage in Schools

Summary: Welcome to our blog about teaching and leading courageously in schools, from pre-kindergarten through college and university.

Courage in Schools houses five different blog topics:
Main Blog (for all educators)
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Cultural Organizing

Summary: While this blog covers a wide range of topics, it is centered around the concept of cultural organizing. In the words of Roadside Theater director Dudley Cocke, “cultural organizing means putting culture, including its... Read on...

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Curriculum Matters - Education Week

Summary: Veteran Education Week reporters Catherine Gewertz and Erik Robelen bring you news and analysis of issues at the core of classroom learning.

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Ecology of Education blog

Summary: Ecology of Education is a multi-author blog dedicated to issues, trends, and ideas in education. The authors represent a range of niches related to teaching and learning. The blog aims to give educators,... Read on...

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Education Futures

Summary: Founded on November 20, 2004, Education Futures explores a New Paradigm in human capital development, fueled by globalization, the rise of innovative knowledge societies, and driven by exponential, accelerating change.

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Edutopia blogs

Summary: Edutopia spreads the word about ideal, interactive learning environments and enables others to adapt these successes locally. Edutopia blogs provide original, creative, practical, and sometimes unusual advice and ideas... Read on...

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Summary: was created by the National Education Association to be a community of bloggers committed to improving public education in America. The site is a one-stop destination for educators, bloggers, policy makers,... Read on...

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For the Love of Learning

Summary: I am Joe Bower and I teach in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. I wish to challenge 'traditional' schooling while exploring more progressive forms of education. I intend on using this blog to uproot some of the most deeply... Read on...

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Freedom to Learn Blog - Psychology Today

Author: Peter Gray

Summary: Children come into the world with instinctive drives to educate themselves. These include the drives to play and explore. This blog is primarily about these drives and ways by which we could create learning environments... Read on...

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Inside School Research

Author: Debra Viadero

Summary: Veteran reporter Debra Viadero has written more than 1,400 stories for Education Week and most of them have been about research. She translates, shares, and dissects research findings on schools and learning, along... Read on...

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International Association for Learning Alternatives (IALA)

Summary: The mission of the International Association for Learning Alternatives is to lead, promote and support learning alternatives in education. This mission signals our interest in seeing that parents and students have... Read on...

Let the Children Play

Summary: Let the Children Play is written by an early childhood teacher working in an Australian preschool nestled in beautiful bushland to share the experiences of teaching and learning in a progressive early childhood setting.

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