It’s that time of year again – the Edublog Awards.
I must not get it, because most of those (though not all) can’t stay in my feed reader. Too trite, too off, too not what my experience of teaching is.
On the flip side, here are some that aren’t nominated, but that will stay in my reader even if they go dead and cold, just on the off chance that they may have one last post left in them:
Sam at Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere – Infectious love of math, and an earnest quest for self improvement. Not the same level of math that I teach at all, but somehow I end up caring anyway.
Dina at The Line – maybe shouldn’t be here, because she probably has more readers than I do. Still, she knows how to hit them out of the park.
Todd at Thoughts on Teaching – Continuous focus on curriculum, and reflection. We need more like this, and fewer that get all wonky about policy. Plus, he starts his year off with zombies.
Note: exclusion from this list doesn’t mean you’re no good. It probably just means that I think you’re already well established…
1 I’d intended to include this originally, but I couldn’t remember the name of it, and a cursory search through my feedreader didn’t help. And then, right after I post this, she commented on one of my other posts. Serendipity always seems to work a couple minutes too slow for me.