Teach Thought Staff
Teaching is conceptual and intellectual, abstract and concrete, creative, and sequential. It’s about people but framed through ideas. It’s about content, hearts, minds, the past, the future–whatever we can imagine, teaching and learning are both causes and effects.
With that in mind, we’ve collected some of the more famous quotes about teaching, doing our best to include a wide range of perspectives, cultures, nationalities, races, spiritualities–many of the things that make ‘us’ different, we tried to somehow use to curate the quotes. In that way, some will be familiar, some way will be about formal education, some will be sourced from old proverbs, etc.
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Teachers of Tomorrow wants to recognize the most respected education and teaching blogs of this generation. These blogs are consistently updated and focus on education’s current events, technology, creative strategies, valuable resources, as well as personal experiences.
This site started as a technology and learning magazine in prints, but now has taken publication to new heights! Providing an all-in-resource for school administrators, teachers, and students. It allows them to manage, educate, and learn using the website’s cutting-edge information.
This news and technology blog designed by a teacher based in Oslo, Norway. The website combines a myriad of fantastic resources for getting more creative at drafting lesson plans, incorporating technology in the classroom, as well as improving teaching in general.
This blog provides you with a wide selection of useful education-related information, ranging from Math tools, Social Studies and Sciences, reading, writing, educational technology, and new teaching strategies. You will also get instant updates on the latest events and workshops for professional advancement.
A weblog written and edited by a speaker, author, and learning Steven W. Andersonevange list who aims to help educators and school administrators better understand social media and technology through a humorous learning approach. Learn more through his articles, interviews, and philosophies on the future of education.
Kelly Tenkely’s purpose of creating this edutech weblog is to create education opportunities based on how it can and should be. In addition to updates on her everyday journey as a teacher, she also lets readers to take part in tips on integrating technology in the classroom for more effective education.
This high school math teachers blog is perfect for techie and learning addicts like himself. The Author is passionate about making lessons feel like play. Learn about tips on using technology, making creative project ideas, and how to transform monotonous lessons into dynamic and fun-filled discussions.
A blog owned by a commerce and information technology teacher that aims to implement technology in classrooms all over the world. Her blog highlights her recent collaborations in the ed industry, newest projects, guest blog posts, as well as the latest presentations she has participated with.
A blog created and maintained by Jamie Forsheyan instructional technology specialist based in Central Philadelphia. The site is dedicated to sharing innovative teaching strategies using digital media and the latest technology devices to further engage students and provide a millennial educational experience..
A Texas principal’s medium for sharing views about on educational leadership, effective technology integration, best practices, and creating a student-centered learning culture. It also boasts his innovative approach to teaching, and how to adapt relevant methods to capture lasting student engagement.