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The List of “Top 50 Education Blogs”

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I posted earlier about Scott McLeod’s analysis of the top 50 P-12 Education blogs, with this blog coming in at number thirteen.

Scott’s list links to each of the fifty blog’s Technorati pages. I just discovered that the fine History Is Elementary blog reprinted the same list. The difference is that this list shows direct links to each blog, which makes it easier for readers to check them out. So, thanks to History Is Elementary, here are links to, based on Scott’s research,  the top 50  P-12 education blogs:

1. apophenia
2. Weblogg-ed
3. Joanne Jacobs
4. Stephen’s Web
5. Panda’s Thumb
6. 2¢ Worth
7. Cool Cat Teacher Blog
8. Moving at the Speed of Creativity
9. Ewan MacIntosh’s edu.blogs.com
10. Students 2.0
11. Dangerously Irrelevant
12. The Fischbowl
13. Larry Ferlazzo’s Website of the Day
14. Beyond School
15. EdTechTalk
16. The Thinking Stick
17. Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub
18. CogDogBlog
19. Angela Maiers
20. Ideas and Thoughts from an EdTech
21. Techlearning blog
22. elearnspace
23. dy/dan
24. Around the Corner
25. Practical Theory
26. Open Thinking & Digital Pedagogy
27. Steve Hargadon
28. Half an Hour
29. k12 Online Conference
30. Mobile Technology in TAFE
31. blog of proximal development
32. HeyJude
33. Blue Skunk
34. The Education Wonks
35. Drape’s Takes
36. always learning
37. The Learning Circuits Blog
38. Remote Access
39. PBS Teachers . Learning.now
40. Eduwonkette
41. So You Want To Teach?
42. Eduwonk
43. Teach42
44. History Is Elementary
45. LeaderTalk
46. Infinite Thinking Machine
47. Creating Lifelong Learners
48. AssortedStuff
49. Connectivism Blog
50. think:lab
51. O’DonnellWeb
52. iterating toward openness
53. Teaching Generation Z
54. Generation YES Blog

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

One Comment

  1. Hi Larry,

    Last time I did the list I linked directly to the blogs. This time I thought I’d link to the Technorati pages so that others could see the stats directly (it’s very difficult and time-consuming sometimes to find the correct Technorati link for a blog). FYI, once you’re on the Technorati page, the blog itself is just one more click away…

    Whatever works for you! =)

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