Here are ten teacher blogs that can help teachers, and students in their STEM classes. The list includes Math blogs,Science blogs, technology blogs, and a cool cat teacher blog. Please leave a comment if I left someone out, or you have a blog you would like to share.
I really enjoy this blog. It has posts on technology, motivation, educational issues, and always makes me feel glad that I'm an educator. Her blog has the following categories, teaching,technology,
education,inspiration,social media, and productivity. Each of these categories are an important part of a STEM education.
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This blog is a collection of reflections about teaching Math. The insight from this high school teacher is an accurate reflection of the joys, and frustrations of teaching Math in high school. I have picked up some tips to help me in class, and just enjoy the authors insights about teaching Math.
This blog is a middle school Science teacher's classroom blog. Each day she posts what she did in class and also has a huge collection of Life Science resources. If you are taking a Life Science class you will love the resources. If you teach Life Science in middle school you will get lots of ideas for your class. I would check her blog each day to see what she is doing in class.
This is a Math blog created by Mr. Shelby Aaberg. Mr. Aaberg was the Nebraska 2015 teacher of the year. The blog has a very large collection of Math lessons, and reflections on presenting Math topics. The posts are well writen, well researched, and helpful.
This blog is dedicated to helping teachers, and students apply technology in school. Here is how the teacher describes her blog " This blog, created and maintained by Jamie Forshey, geeky girl and instructional technology specialist at the Bellwood-Antis School District in Central PA, is dedicated to innovative teaching and learning through the use of technology and digital media." Check out this blog for technology help.
The author of this blog is the queen of Google products. She really understand how to use Google in the classroom in order to "shake up learning." In addition, you will love her enthusiasm, and quickly realize she knows her technology stuff. If you need Google tips, technology tips and tricks, then check this blog out.
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