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MyTownTutors hopes to be the #1 resource for teachers. We have been fortunate enough to have developed some close relationships with several amazing educators who are in the top of the education field.
The feedback from teachers has been incredible to our top 10 twitter accounts for teachers, that we wanted to compile a list of “Elite Education” blogs. These blogs have meet 2 requirements:
- The blogs are awesome, providing great posts for teachers and educators.
- The authors have shared their experience, knowledge, and insight with a guest blog for My Town Tutors.
Elite Education Blogs
1. Van Meter Library Voice by @shannonmmiller
Shannon’s Guest Blog: A Day To Make A Difference: Celebrate Literacy With Everyone
2. A Principal’s Perspective by @NormandinBill.
Bill’s Guest Blog: All Kids Can SUCCEED – Be the “1″
3. Learning in Burlington by @PatrickMLarkin
Patrick’s Guest Blog: Patrick Larkin’s Top 5 Twitter Accounts for Teachers
4. My Island View: Educational, Disconnected Utterances by @tomwhitby
Tom’s Guest Blog:What’s An Education Thought Leader?
5. Mrs. Naugle’s Classroom Blog by @plnaugle
Paula’s Guest Blog: Should You Be Using Exit Slips in Your Classroom?
6. Teaching is Elementary by @ncarroll24
Nancy’s Guest Blog: 4th Grade Teachers Connect via Twitter
7. PJ Caposey: Education, Leadership, and Progress by @principalpc
PJ’s Guest Blog: Bridging the Parent-Teacher Communication Gap
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We hope to add to our list of “Elite Education” blogs in the upcoming weeks, months, and years.