Kathy Schrock, http://kathyschrock.net/edtech (background and blog list), is known for her insight on education and technology. Her actual blog, listed below, provides a collection of educational technology blogs. The fact that Schrock herself has selected the blogs and links, alphabetized them , and provided tips and tool makes her site.blog a “must-visit” for the novice educational-technology neophyte. Schrock’s alphabetized list contains individual, group, and professional organizational bloggers. The ed-tech blog topics range from: teachers-training-teachers, and the technology-savvy educator; and from K-12, to institutions of higher learning. I like Schrock’s blog, because it is a blog of blogs–a collection of many for me to connect with, and peruse through, at my leisure.
Also, on the blog’s side-bar, Schrock includes presentation, slide-shows, workshop information, her resume`and email contact information. Not only does she provide a blog ofblogs; Schrock also provides links to other resources to help the novice and veteran educator enhance and further develop their instruction, planning, and student learning with technology.
Just a quick note…http://kathyschrock.net is not a blog, but my Web page. It is not aggregated and does not “push” information as a blog does.
However, my actual blog, that you can subscribe to, is located here: http://kathyschrock.net/blog/
Thanks for the correction. I welcome future comments and input as well. I am a new and eager “educational-technology” learner.
Thank you for pointing me towards a wonderful resource!