10 Blogs for Great Teaching

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A blogger-friend told me recently that most of his top blogs have numbers in them: 10 ways to do this; 10 ideas for that; 7 tools for making life easy – that kind of thing.  Why?  I guess it’s because we want our online material to be easy to dip into; we want the complexity of life made simple. We’re attracted to blogs that offer that possibility.

I’ve had a look at my own blog stats and, sure enough, the lists often do well. Here’s a collection of  blogs or blog collections that fit the brief:

Behaviour Management: A Bill Rogers Top 10

10 Reasons to Love Teaching

10 Silver Arrows: Ideas to penetrate the armour of ingrained practice

10 teaching techniques to practise deliberately

10 Teaching Pitfalls

10 Teaching Essentials

10 Must-read books for better teaching

10 Provocations: An interactive session with @PeterHyman21

The Great Lessons Series 1-10 

12 Steps to a ‘Great Teacher’ Reputation

12 Principles of Effective Teaching 

 

As a bonus,  here is a list of the Top 10 blogs about teaching that do not have numbers in them; they’ve all had over 20,000 views.

Assembly Ideas and Materials

Making Feedback Count

Great Lessons 4:Differentiation

Homework: What does the Hattie research actually say?

Contemporary ideas all my staff should know about. 

Lessons from Berger: Austins’ butterfly and not accepting mediocrity

Marking in Perspective: selective, formative, effective, reflective

Dealing with day-to-day differentiation

Homework matters: great teachers set great homework

The Pedagogy Postcard series all in one place. 

 

 

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  1. […] A blogger-friend told me recently that most of his top blogs have numbers in them: 10 ways to do this; 10 ideas for that; 7 tools for making life easy – that kind of thing.  Why?  I guess it’s because we want our online material to be easy to dip into; we want the complexity of … Continue reading →https://teacherhead.com/2017/04/06/10-blogs-for-great-teaching/ […]

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