Rengarts-
http://wefollow.com/englishcomp
Teachers.net
http://thejosevilson.com/
http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/
http://www.angelamaiers.com/

Tim Golden:
- http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/Bridging-Differences/ - Diane Ravitch on reform.
- http://thespian70.blogspot.com/ - Integrating tech in the classroom.
- http://mrssmoke.onsugar.com/ - "Making Teachers Nerdy" (more tech tips).
- http://www.teachforever.com/ - Tips about improving communication.
- http://engagingparentsinschool.edublogs.org/ - Focused on getting students' influencers more involved.


Anneke Mason:
-http://sweeneymath.blogspot.com/
-http://offthehypotenuse.blogspot.com/
-http://samjshah.com/
-http://foundmath.blogspot.com/p/marks-math-education-links.html
-http://letsplaymath.net/

Desmond Rowe:
Teach Science for All: This resource shares helpful resources and tools for science teachers including reports, useful websites, and online tools. Link: http://teachscience4all.wordpress.com/
Science Fix: This resource provides science school topics, lessons, and resources for middle school teachers. Link: http://www.sciencefix.com/
Always Formative: This resource follows a middle school science teacher from California who writes about standards-based grading, education conferences, education books and more. Link: http://alwaysformative.blogspot.com/
The Physics of Learning: This blog discusses topics like whether to use iPads in the classroom, the myths of merit pay, and scientific literacy. Link: http://www.physicsoflearning.com/
Room 611: An Earth science teacher provides insights into class by outlining what is covered in class almost every school day. Link: http://youngatvanier.blogspot.com/

http://Teachfor.us.org
Teach for America teachers blog about the ins and outs of the program
http://Needleworkspictures.com
Matthew Needleman blogs about tips to integrate technology into the classroom.
http://kissmyasymptotes.wordpress.com/
A blog about how to motivate students, the effectiveness of testing and the purpose of homework and games
http://hoodamath.com/blog
Michael Edlavitch blogs about the games he uses to teach math
http://croitz.blogspot.com/
A middle-school Algebra teacher blogs about strategies for teaching math in middle school


Teacher Blogs for Science:
http://www.teachscienceandmath.com/ - By David Wetzel current middle school science curriculum writer
http://shupester.com/- By G. Shupe an Apple Educator and former science teacher
http://terrilynn.edublogs.org/- By a middle school science teacher integrating tech into the classroom
http://mrswilsonscience.com/stretchingforward/ - Science teacher that focuses on space education
http://see.ludwig.lajuntaschools.org/ - Science teacher blogging about technology in the classroom


Tommy's suggested blogs
http://epiphanyinbaltimore.blogspot.com/ - The Musings of a High School English Teacher in Baltimore City
http://bmorenotless.blogspot.com/ - A group blog of ideas and opinions about school reform from graduate students enrolled in an Urban School Reform course.
http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/news/education/blog/ - Tracking education news in the city
http://bgenglish.blogspot.com/
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/linkset/2005/03/24/LI2005032400611.html - Jay Mathews (Washington Post Education columnist)

Grace Gallagher
http://teachinglearningspanish.blogspot.com/ (Spanish blog)
http://www.freetech4teachers.com/ (cool resources for teachers---all free)
http://mmbaker1.wordpress.com/ (a blog you can share with Spanish teachers trying to implement TPRS in the classroom).
http://www.clintcora.com/blog/teaching-diversity-activities/ (teaching diversity)
http://racingtowarddiversity.com/blog/2011/7/10/wheres-the-beef.html (more diversity resources).

Krissy Golden
BLOGS to follow to enhancing your teaching skills...
http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/feed/
http://www.edweek.org/tm/rss1.xml
http://www.freetech4teachers.com/feeds/posts/default
http://www.ncte.org/rss
http://www.pbs.org/teachers/learning.now/rss2/index.xml
http://www.teachertube.com/rss/rssFeed.php?pg=recentlyAdded
http://www.ed.gov/feed