English Teacher Web Sites, Blogs, & Wikis
Web English Teacher Carla Beard has taught English for over 30 years at Connersville High School in Indiana and her incredible web site is a must-see. Carla presents quality web sites in a wide range of categories for K-12 English and Language Arts classrooms. She includes grammar sites, sites on authors, poetry, Shakespeare, writing, and much more. Make sure to sign up for her free newsletter! (Note: Carla and I co-teach the "Teaching English and Language Arts with Technology" Summer Workshop.)

Carla Beard's English Teachers Blog Thoughts, tips, and links.

Carla Beard's classroom web site with resources, teaching ideas, and projects.

Weblogg-ed Will Richardson is a former High School journalism teacher and one of the leading thinkers and presenters of Web 2.0 technologies in education. His blog contains of bevy of resources and ideas.




Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day… For Teaching ELL, ESL, and EFL Larry Ferlazzo teaches Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced English Language Learners (as well as native English speakers) in Sacramento, California and provides "best of" tools and resources.

EdTechTeacher (Personal disclaimer since I am the author of the blog) Thoughts, tips, and tools for integrating technology into the curriculum from Tom Daccord, author of Best Ideas for Teaching with Technology and former humanities teacher.

Ted Nellen's Cyber English Homepage Ted Nellen teaches English at Murry Bergtraum High School in New York City. His website is rich in information about teaching English with technology.

Classroom technology tutorials & projects that foster student creativity & empowerment.
Bud the Teacher Blog by Bud Hunt, an instructional technologist in northern Colorado and a former high school language arts and journalism teacher.

Digital Writing, Digital Teaching Blog by Troy Hicks, an assistant professor of English at Central Michigan University and a Co-Director for the Red Cedar Writing Project. He explores issues related to teaching writing with new media for K-12 teachers and teacher educators.

A Teacher Writes Geoff Sheehy teaches high school English in South Dakota and blogs about life, literature, and learning.

Cyber Comp 10 Pat Schulze's Cybercomp 10 is a Sophomore composition class where web technology is fully integrated into the class. Students contribute to Cyberjourmals and an electronic discussion forum, as well as create web pages and participate in interactive assignments.

Bretag's Cyber English Blog by Ryan Bretag, former secondary English educator at Hinckley-Big Rock High School and now as an administrator and Instructional Technology Coordinator.

The Polliwog Journal Dawn Hogue blogs about integrating technology in the English classroom

Ms. Hogue's Online English Resources Links and resources for English teachers and students

AP English Connections Dawn Hogue's blog connects AP English teachers

Advanced Placement English Literature & Composition Dawn Hogue's classroom blog

Cyber English 9 Dawn Hogue's CyberEnglish9 represents a web-based approach to the study of language arts.

English for Pre-intermediate Students Laura Martin's blog helps facilitate Internet resources for autonomous learning.

English for Upper-Intermediate Students Also Laura Martin. Syllabus and links for students.

The English Source Patricia Babbitt-Edmondson provides a wealth of resources for teaching English.

English Companion Teacher Jim Burke tools, exemplars, and a discussion area designed to provide access to useful information (e.g., lesson plans)

EricMacKnight.com Eric MacKnight has been teaching English in public, independent, and international schools since 1980.

Survey of Literature wiki by Chicago Public Schools English teacher and Technology Coordinator, Gary Latman.

A Village Named Harper Parts of this site were originally created by Gary Latman for a Summer 2006 Test Prep. class at Harper High School and updated September 2007 for ACT Test Prep - English.

Mr. Lettiere's English on the Web Features interactive resources for literature and rhetoric classes.

Huff English Dana Huff offers issues, ideas, and discussion in English Education and Technology

If Bees are Few blog by an English teacher, blogger, writer, editor, and consultant in education from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

English 12 Honors Blog Charles Youngs blog contains literary links, film analysis links, assignments, lessons, research assignment and links.

British Literature Links, also from Charles Young

March Movie Madness Grade eight students at Ross Road School wrote and filmed movies based on the elements of a short story.

Just Read High School English teacher Lisa Huff blogs about literature, classroom blogging, and Web activities with her students.

Creating Digital Presentations with Middle and High School Students Lisa Huff's wiki features links and tutorials

Literature Circles: Getting Adolescents to Read, Think, Discuss, Write, & Connect Around Texts Lisa Huff's wiki features links and tutorials

My Continuing Education Thoughts from teacher of British and American literature in a private 1:1 laptop school

Ms E's Notes Features class notes, handouts, and assignments on the books she teaches. She has also created WebQuests on Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer

Throughlines Blog reflections on Teaching, Reading, and Writing by Bruce Schauble, Director of Instruction at Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii.

The Tempered Radical Blog by Bill Ferriter who teaches 6th grade language arts in Wake County, NC, where he was named Teacher of the Year for 2005-2006.

Reflect to Redirect High school English Teacher Jennifer Barnett, blogs about today's digital learning environment.

Mrs. Goturk's English Page She utilizes the Internet and web publishing to enhance the study of high school English. Many, many handouts as well as projects for her expository writing and journalism classes.

View from Room 125 An English teacher blogs about teaching and the teaching life "from the trenches."

Killenenglish Rissa Killen teaches English II (tenth grade English) or English I Acc (ninth grade accelerated English). Her site features many pictures and work done by students.

English Corner Julia Austeen is a 6th-grade Language Arts students in Georgia and students interact through her blog.

Mooney's Madness Engaging teacher course page with interactive projects such as the A Separate Peace WebQuest and A Raisin in the Sun WebQuest.

Mr. Tyler's Web Site: Advanced Placement English Contains many links to AP/College Prep resources and grammar and writing links.

Mr. Bass. Bill Blass is a former high school English teacher in St. Louis, Missouri and now a Technology Integration Specialist.

David Jakes David Jakes is an Instructional Technology Coordinator who blogs about digital storytelling, visual literacy, and many other edtech topics.

Write On! Mr. Monson's Grade 5 Classroom Blog Jay Monson teaches grades 4, 5, 3-5 Title I Reading and Math, and K-6 Technology Integration.

Word Daze: The Word Lover's Almanac A "humble" high school English teacher's blog celebrating the English language.

Miss Engram's English Classroom This page is for use with her grade ten, eleven and twelve English classes and is intended to help other teachers of English.

Pedagogy in Practice Thoughts about teaching, the English language, and pedagogy in the classroom from an English teacher and Peace Corps volunteer.

Tom Kim Blog by Middle School English teacher.