The world is changing at a rapid pace. Day by day, nothing seems to change, but when you look back, you will see that it’s all different. In this fast-paced world, it is essential to be up to date with the latest information and developments. If you are an online teacher, a student, or a parent or anyone who is keenly interested in Education, following blogs will open door to new ideas and innovations.

Ed-Tech Blogs, educational blogs you should follow in 2020; edtech blogs fro students and teachers

No knowledge is small. Teaching and learning are inseparable counterparts. One cannot exist without the other. So here’s a list of 6 educational blogs that will help you learn, teach and innovate. These educational blogs are not arranged in any particular order. These are a few that I found informative and resourceful.

1. Edtech Review

Edtech review is an Indian Educational blog that talks about products and tools that teachers can use, about the trends in education and the changes, and everything related to education is discussed here and it definitely qualifies as one of the best out there. Their blog on ‘How to Teach Empathy in Classroom’ was worth the read. There are a lot of blogs that you would benefit from. They post around 3 posts a day. Do check them out.

2. Teachmint

Let me just casually but cautiously mention our very own blog, the Teachmint blog. Blogs from Teachmint aims to help teachers and students alike. Discussing topics such as online teaching, future of teaching and tips and tricks for teaching, it is informative, fun to read, and helpful. You can read this article;

A Complete Guide For Online Teachers and decide for yourself.

Teachmint is an all in one solution for managing online classes, live classes and more. The app is easy to use and secure. It aims to democratize online education and brings effortlessness to the table.

3. CareerIndia

CareerIndia is more like a news portal dedicated to news pertaining to the education sector. It uploads exam results, exam details, provides career guidance, has a repository of question papers that teachers and students can refer to. It talks about the best schools and educational institutes in India, it is a one-stop-shop for anything and everything regarding education.

4. India Education Diary

India Education Diary is one of the leading web portals in India when it comes to the education sector. The educational blogs that they have is commendable. It covers a wide range of topics like news, exams, education policy, colleges, universities, so on and so forth. Be it news from NASA, ISRO, you name it, they have it.  It also looks to reflect the contributions and concerns of the students, youth, teachers, policymakers, and many more. It reaches out to all the stakeholders of the education sector.

5. Cool Cat Teacher

This is a blog that’s run by teacher and author, Vicky Davis, from the USA. She takes inspiration from her teaching experience and pens down what teachers can do, ideas for teachers, how teachers can incorporate technology in teaching, and all things useful and relevant. She has won a lot of accolades. The icing on the cake is that her blogs are simple yet powerful. They are easy to understand and conveys everything in a crisp and structured manner. Every teacher out there has to follow her.

6. TeachJunkie

This is quite literally a one-stop-shop. This blogger collects and curates blogs from various sites and help teachers get access to the information that they are looking for. Be it classroom management, handling kids with learning difficulties, you name it, Teachjunkie has it. They have got you covered. In their Bio, it is said that they want to help save time. They don’t want teachers to spend a lot of time online searching for something. It is run by a kindergarten teacher with a group of others.

As we move forward in life, it is essential to equip ourselves with the latest news and it is of paramount importance to know about what’s happening in and around you. The above mentioned educational blogs will help you to widen your knowledge base and to get better at what you do. Teachmint had recently published a blog that talks in detail about the new education policy and the reforms it proposes. If you have not read it yet, read it here.

Stay tuned for more interesting and informative blogs.

Happy Teaching! Happy Growing!


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