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Teachers, by far, have one of the most difficult jobs in the world. Not only are they responsible for educating the future, they must deal with administrators and angry parents, often work long hours, and certainly aren’t paid enough. That’s why most teachers prefer to relax when they get home, taking downtime and putting off grading papers as long as possible.

There are, however, those teachers that have the energy and passion to share their methods with others in the form of blogs. Yes, teacher blogs. These aren’t blogs that teachers write for their students. Instead, they are written for their fellow teachers. Sharing lesson plans, experience anecdotes, strategies for dealing with troubled students, and classroom décor inspiration (among other ideas), these blogs are a great resource for new teachers.

Below is our list of the best teacher blogs on the web.

The Best (American) Teacher Blogs

Pre-K

Coyne’s Crazy Fun Preschool

PreKinders

Fun-A-Day!

Elementary

Rock and Teach

Primary Punch

Learning in Wonderland

Teaching with a Mountain View

Middle

Beyond the Worksheet

To Engage Them All

In the Middle

Middle School Math Rules!

High

Everybody is a Genius

Laura Randazzo – Solutions for the Secondary Classroom

Square Root of Negative One

Tales of Teaching in Heels

Special Education

Teaching SPEDtacular Students

A Special Sparkle

Extra Special Teaching

Sped-Ventures

Classroom Management/General

Cult of Pedagogy

Promoting Success

Did we miss your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

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About The Author

Rachael is the Online Marketing Specialist for the American Board. She enjoys blogging, social media, and DIY.

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