Three years ago, I posted The Twenty Blogs I Read First…
You still might find it useful, but I was prompted by Richard Byrne’s doing an update of his original list of recommended bloggers. He called his new one, Ten Bloggers I Read First.
Here’s my updated list, not necessarily in order of priority:
The New York Times Learning Network
And four email newsletters:
ASCD Smart Brief
Middleweb Smart Brief
Education Week has a number of email newsletters, and I have two of them in my “must-read” list. You can subscribe to both of them here:
Edweek Update (Daily)
Teacher Update (Weekly)
Thank you for the mention.
Hey Larry – thanks for the kind mention of MiddleWeb SmartBrief, the companion newsletter of our middle grades site http://www.middleweb.com. Folks who subscribe help keep MW going and growing.
I depend on your blog and tweets to keep up – so I’m here or on your twitter feed most of the time. 🙂 I also enjoy, in addition to the Ed Week newsletters, the Edutopia newsletter and the oldie but goodie PEN Weekly NewsBlast http://www.publiceducation.org/newsblast_current.asp which really paved the way for substantive weekly ed news updates.
I love those 300-wd news summaries!
Your blog is a wonderful resource and I can’t thank you enough for sharing.
A suggestion: Is it possible to open up links into a new window?
I really enjoy exploring the links on your site but I don’t want to loose the list I am
looking at and also your blog takes a time to re-load everytime I return.
But I am sure you have a very good reason for not opening links into new windows
I’ve asked Edublogs staff about this in the past, and I believe they told me it’s not possible with their platform. However, an easy alternative is just to right click any link and click on “open link in new tab.”