5 Progressive Teacher Blogs to Start the Year Right!

It’s the start of another school year and what better way to start the year but to inspire all our teachers to think of progressive and creative activities for their students. These blogs have gone the extra mile to explain their philosophy through informative posts and great pictures.

1. Let the Children Play

My friend and wonder mom, Candice, gifted me with this very informative and inspiring blog from Australia.

2. Teacher Tom

You know how impressed I am with male teachers but I got more impressed when this particular male teacher blogs!

3. The Grass Stain Guru

Remember what fun you  had as child with MUD, SOIL, GRIME and GRASS STAINS?! I love this site’s tagline “Childhood was meant to be messy!”

4. I’m a Teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!

Children of this generation has NDD or Nature Deficit Disorder! Kids should play outside more and this blog tells you how to do it..

5. Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds

Teaching a Toddler Class will always be the highlight of any teacher’s career.

Have a great school year, teachers and parents! Always, remember what John Dewey said, “Education is not a preparation for life, it’s life itself!”.

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4 thoughts on “5 Progressive Teacher Blogs to Start the Year Right!

  1. Hi Teacher Tina,

    I am interested in your Curriculum Presentation at Nest. Since it was cancelled due to inclement weather, I would like to know your new schedule.

    I currently have a Prep homeschooler which we would like to enroll next school year at Nest.

    I’m sorry to have to course my inquiry through your blog. I do not know how else to contact you. The Contact Form at the Nest site does not seem to work.

    Thanks for enlightening parents (and teachers) about the progressive philosophy!

    Best regards!

    1. Hi mommy Elizabeth! The curriculum presentation is for current Nest parents. however, we will have an open house for prospective parents by November.

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