I would like to thank Shelly Terrell (@ShellTerrell) for mentioning Linguistic Consultancy in her post about the ten blogs you should look at and for all her support and encouragement. Her blog Teacher Reboot Camp is absolutely resourceful and a great professional boost for educators.
It's difficult for me to select only 10 blogs among the set I always read and find highly insightful.
- Langwitches Silvia describes what international collaboration in education means. I recommend Experiencing the Winter Olympic Games
- A Journey in TEFL Eva has really creative practical ideas to be used in the classroom. I particularly enjoyed Liven Up Classroom With Music
- Teaching Village Barbara´s blog includes interesting reflections on the teaching profession and a section in which guest bloggers are invited to contribute their views and ideas. In Barbara´s post 30 Teachers from 13 countries it is possible to understand the aim of this blog.
- Marisa Constantinides-TEFL Matters In her blog, Marisa offers a training course for teachers of English to improve their classes. I've enjoyed the post: Animating your Coursebook and the practical ideas it includes.
- Kalina Go English I find Karenne´s conversational style really enjoyable. I recommend her post: Truthtelling and the Global EFL Teacher
- Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day it's really full of updated information connected to EFL teaching. I like the links Larry includes in his section "The Best places To...". The latest I've read is: The Best Places to Learn Web 2.0 Basics
- Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom full of tools to be used in the classroom.
- Sean Banville's Blog Sean includes lots of practical ideas for EFL classes like in Jigsaw Listening
- Burcu Akyol's Blog This blog really reflects Burcu's enthusiasm, in particular her new series Spread your Enthusiasm
- Esolcourses with helpful tasks to be shared with students.
These are some of the blogs I follow but I always read insightful posts written by qualified educators I come across in Twitter.