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Figuring out Feedly

First things first, I made an account. Easy peasy. To begin my Feedly quest, I started to search for some education related blogs to follow. In the search bar, I typed in “education” and a bunch of blogs came up right away. Making sure I wasn’t going on a crazy follow frenzy, I decided I needed to be careful with what I want to engage with. So, I began browsing through the accounts checking to see how many followers the blogs had along with how active they were in producing interesting articles. I followed the blogs that shared articles that I found most interesting as well as the blogs with over a thousand followers. Once I followed a blog page I would scroll through skimming their articles and ended up reaching the ‘you might also like’ section which helped me find similar blogs to pick through and follow!

A screenshot of what I have followed so far!

One source that I found particularly interesting was Classroom Freebies. It covers all sorts of education related topics that will be useful as a future educator. A few articles it offers are things like suggestions for lesson plans, ways to provide lessons virtually (ugh when will it be over), along with blogs pertaining to teachers overall well-being.

Another source I will be checking out frequently is Educational Technology. This blog is perfect for me as I am someone who sometimes struggles with new technology.

A few articles they shared that I found interesting were:

I already know that Educational Technology will be beneficial to me!

What else should I follow? Let me know!


  • Amanda Brace

    Feedly is one of my favourite tools! It’s a great way to find resources and stay connected to the EdTech world. Do you use the Feedly app? I love using the app because I can scroll through it on my phone whenever I have down time. I really like following George Couros and Cult of Pedagogy. It looks like you have already found some great sources to follow. I will definitely check out your article suggestions. Thanks for sharing your Feedly findings!

    • Alexandra Crammond

      Hi Amanda,
      Thanks for checking out my blog! Yes, I checked for the app right after being introduced to Feedly for that exact reason. Like you said, I love having it for whenever I have the down time! Thank you for your suggestions I will definitely be looking into them!

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