(I’ve begun publishing this post every few months to help new readers)
I have a lot of resources on this blog – in fact, you can find 24,000 blog posts.
Yes, that’s twenty-four THOUSAND posts!
That’s a lot to go through….
For what it’s worth, here are my choices for the eight most useful resources you can find here:
Of course, I have to start with the categorized list of 2,000 regularly updated “Best” lists. There are other pages on this blog where I have them categorized in different ways. In addition to find all 2,000 of them at that link, you’ll also find an explanation about, and directions to, those other sites.
I’m obviously biased, but I don’t think you’ll find a resource for teachers that’s any better than my Education Week Teacher advice column. You can see hundreds of answers to over one-hundred of the most commonly-asked questions by teachers here. Those don’t include the questions and answers from this school year (I organize them over the summer), but you can find the most recent ones at that blog and just select the “answer” category in the drop-down menu to find them.
I haven’t had an opportunity to write for The New York Times Learning Network this year, but you can find scores of my past posts for them at All My NY Times Posts For English Language Learners – Linked With Descriptions. Again, I’m biased, but I’m not sure you’ll find a more accessible collection of ELL teaching strategies anywhere else.
If you prefer to listen to podcasts, you can listen to my nearly 200 ten-minute BAM! shows where I talk with educators from around the world. Check out All My BAM Radio Shows – Linked With Descriptions.
If you like videos, you can find my growing collection here, including the popular animated ones I do with Ed Week.
Finally, you might find these three resource collections useful: