This month Getting Smart is acknowledging people and organizations making a difference with a series of back to school top 10 lists. During August we will run about 40 ‘best of’ lists, not in order, not exhaustive, just people we appreciate.

Today we are recognizing 50 thought leading blogs, blasts and edtech sites.

EdTech Blogs

Teacher Blogs

EdReform Blogs

Better Blasts

Venture & Tech Blogs

What did we miss? What do you read?

 

Tom is a director at iNACOL.

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  1. I know TechCrunch is on the list, but the education section of the site may be even more relevant with great info on start-ups, trends, and so much more. Definitely a favorite. This is a great list – Thank you, Tom!

  2. Wes Fryer: The Speed of Creativity: http://www.speedofcreativity.org
    Miguel Guhlin: Around the Corner: : http://mguhlin.org
    Will Richardson: http://willrichardson.com
    Dean Shareski: Ideas and Thoughts: http://ideasandthoughts.org
    Committed Sardine 21st Century Fluency Blog: http://fluency21.com/blog/
    Voices from the Learning Revolution: http://plpnetwork.com/voices/
    and of course me: holtthink.tumblr.com

    There are a lot of voices out there. To say one or ten are the most influential…in what circle?

  3. Consider adding my Learning Ecosystems blog — at http://danielschristian.com/learning-ecosystems — to the above lists. My blog covers K-12, higher ed, and the corporate learning space with a focus on educational technologies, emerging technologies, innovative learning spaces, the future of K-12/higher education, education reform, and more. Please consider adding it to the above list. You can see the list of awards, articles, etc. on the front page of my blog.

    Another item you all will want to keep an eye on is the convergence of the television, the computer, and the telephone. This convergence, along with IBM’s Watson, will enable what I’m calling “Learning from the Living [Class] Room.” (http://danielschristian.com/thelivingclassroom/index.htm)

    Peace,
    Daniel Christian

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