My Favourite EduBloggers

In no particular order, I recommend these bloggers. I’ve given their Twitter handles too – they’re all worth following.

English Language, English Literature and Literacy:

Fiona Ritson @fkritson: www.alwayslearningweb.wordpress.com

Rebecca Foster @TLPMsF: https://thelearningprofession.wordpress.com/

Caroline Spalding @MrsSpalding: http://mrscspalding.blogspot.co.uk/

Becky @shadylady222: https://justateacherstandinginfrontofaclass.wordpress.com/

Mark Roberts @mr_englishteach: https://markrobertsteach.wordpress.com/

Freya Odell @Fod3: https://anewhoffod.wordpress.com/

Nikki @NooPuddles: https://noopuddles.wordpress.com/

Chris Curtis @Xris32: http://learningfrommymistakesenglish.blogspot.co.uk/

Mr Peel @mrpeel: http://www.jwpblog.wordpress.com

Sana Master @MsMaster13: https://whatwouldiagodo.tumblr.com/

James Theobald @JamesTheohttps://othmarstrombone.wordpress.com/

Matt Pinkett @positivteacha: www.allearssite.wordpress.com

Other educational bloggers, not limited to English and all fiercely intelligent, amazing people:

Ros Walker (mainly physics and behaviour) @Rosalindphyshttps://rosalindwalker.wordpress.com/

Adam Boxer (chemistry and knowledge) @adamboxerhttps://achemicalorthodoxy.wordpress.com/

Ben Newmark (history, education, knowledge, leadership) @bennewmarkhttps://bennewmark.wordpress.com/

Steve Sputnik (English but I have put Steve here as his blog is not subject-specific.)
@sputnikstevehttps://sputniksteve.wordpress.com/

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