I regularly share my picks for the most useful posts of each month. I also have tried publish a list of the month’s most popular posts, based on the number of times they are “clicked-on.” I’m very behind on that one, though.
I also share a list of Post Rank’s analysis of each month’s top posts. Post Rank uses a variety of ways to measure level of “engagement” that readers have with specific blog posts. I have a constantly updated “widget” on my blog’s sidebar that lists these posts, but I thought a monthly post would be helpful/interesting to subscribers who don’t regularly visit the blog itself.
Here are their rankings for the month of February:
- The Best Resources For Learning The Advantages To Being Bilingual
- The Best Resources For Learning About Attacks On Teachers & Other Public Sector Workers In Wisconsin
- The Best Resources To See Who Might Fall Next After Mubarak…
- Helping Students Motivate Themselves: Practical Answers To Classroom Problems
- The Best Tools For Creating Fake “Stuff” For Learning
- The Best Sites For Learning About Protests In History
- The Best Places To Find Research On Technology & Language Teaching/Learning
- The Best Sites To Learn About The Christchurch Earthquake
- You Can Now “Pre-Order” My New Book On Helping Students Motivate Themselves
- Very Important Post On The Effect Of Teachers Unions On Student Achievement
- The Best Places To Get Reliable, Valid, Accessible & Useful Education Data
- The Best Posts About Michelle Rhee’s Exaggerated Test Scores
- The Best Posts & Articles Raising Concerns About Teach For America
- “Two Steps Back” Is A This American Life Episode Everybody Should Listen to — Especially Superintendents & Principals
- “Edge” Is Somewhat Like TED Talks
- Nice Collection of Web 2.0 Tools
- Why Teachers Shouldn’t Blog….And Why I Do
- Google Makes It Easier To Import Delicious Bookmarks
- Contribute To The Next ESL/EFL/ELL Blog Carnival!
- Today, A Reporter Asked Me What I Thought Of Michelle Rhee. This Is What I Told Him…
- Dilbert’s Commentary Might Relate To Teachers & Schools, Too
- The Best Sites For Learning About China
- Today’s Wisconsin Update — It’s Not About Money, It’s About Power
- Talking To Students About Their Reading (& Their Data)
- Exchange That Highlights What’s Going On In Wisconsin
- On Storytelling…
- “Little Bird Tales”
- “TED Conversations” Looks Like It Has Potential
- The Best “World Press Photo” Winners
- The Best Resources For Learning Why The Parent Trigger Isn’t Good For Parents, Kids Or Schools
Hi Mr. Ferlazzo. My name is Olivia Bush. I am a college student at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. Please feel free to follow my blog page busholiviaedm310.blogspot.com. I am currently in a class called EDM 310 and we are learning how to use technology in the classroom. Dr. Strange has referred me to your page and I have enjoyed it thoroughly.
Thank you for the many different sites you have posted on here that are great resources for teachers. I cannot wait for the opportunity to use them in my classroom one day. I also got caught up on the teacher debate in Wisconsin because of your blog. Being a full time college student, wife and mom of two makes it challenging to keep up with the news. I have been able to grab bits and pieces of it but not the whole situation. Being able to sit down and go through your blog was very informative for me. Thank you.
Once again, please feel free to check out and follow my blog. I will be doing a post about your blog on it and I have placed links to your blog. Thank you for sharing your insights and resources. I look forward to following you in the future. I wish you the best in all you do.